CropBooster-P features in CEPLAS "Green Deal" event

CropBooster-P features in CEPLAS

During the online event "Green Deal: How do new plants contribute to achieving the goals", organised by CEPLAS, Prof. Dr. Peter Westhoff from the Heinrich-Heine-Universität presented his vision on Agriculture 2050.    

In December 2019, the European Commission presented the "Green Deal", a far-reaching program for more climate and environmental protection in the EU. Climate neutrality by 2050 is at the heart of the action plan, which ranges from reducing greenhouse gas emissions to investing in cutting-edge research and innovation to preserving the natural environment in Europe.
What is the Green Deal and why is it necessary? What suggestions are there for the implementation of the goals? What role do innovations and science play in this? In several keynote speeches by representatives of the European Commission, science and industry, the measures of the Green Deal and the possible contributions of plant research to achieving the goals were highlighted. In a subsequent discussion with additional representatives from agriculture and society, a dialogue is to be opened that also includes questions from the audience.

You can view his presentation here. 

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