Adapting agriculture to sustain food security

Please note  that the program is still subject to change.

Stream Panel Presenter Title
B 1 Robaey, Z.H.   Who owns the taste of coffee?
B 1 Carrillo, T. Food security and cultural identity in agricultural adaptation – A trade-off?
B 1 Asveld, L.   Inclusive biobased value chains
B 2 De Grandis, G. Agricultural resilience and wine production: a value analysis
B 2 Nydal, R.   How to techno-fix climate change problems in winemaking – and get away with it
B 2 Meisch, S. A water culture perspective for food security
B 3 Das Gupta, M. Policy and Institutional Responses to Climate Change and Food Security in Bangladesh
B 3 Moyano Fernández, C.M.F. The Loss of Food Sovereignty in Synthetic Meat Transition: A Critique from Eco-Republicanism Justice
B 3 Wallimann-Helmer, I. Climate Adaptation Limits and the Right to Food Security
B 4 Bruce, E.A.   Producing food in a fragile food system – a case study on Isle of Skye, Scotland
B 4 Voisard, A.   Interpreting "ethics" in IPCC AR5: insights for agricultural adaptation to climate change
B 4 Staman, J. Implications for animal welfare of food system changes towards circular agriculture
B 5 Tribaldos, T.   Developing principles and criteria for just transition in food systems: a transdisciplinary endeavour
B 5 Benoit, L.  Eco-anthropological tools to improve food self-sufficiency through the use of wild edible plants
B 5 Saghai, Y. Is a thriving food sovereignty-based global future plausible?

Panel 1: Thursday 24.06., 11:00 - 12:30

Panel 2: Thursday 24.06., 14:00 - 15:30

Panel 3: Friday 25.06., 10:30 - 12:00

Panel 4: Friday 25.06., 13:30 - 15:00

Panel 5: Saturday 26.06., 10:30 - 12:00