News ID: 4994
Publish Date: 20 April 2020 - 15:54
As our climate continues to heat up and the impacts of that warming grow more frequent and severe, farmers and farm communities around the world will be increasingly challenged.
ECO-IEST: As our climate continues to heat up and the impacts of that warming grow more frequent and severe, farmers and farm communities around the world will be increasingly challenged. 

All activities have the potential to impact on the environment. Agriculture and crop protection are no exception, and all farming systems, whether they are ‘conventional’ or organic, will have an impact.

It is estimated that globally, the agricultural sector accounts for around 14% of total greenhouse gas emissions. and benefit of crop protection is that it enables as little land as possible to be used to produce the food we need. This is hugely important from a climate perspective as bringing new land into agricultural production produces large quantities of greenhouse gases such as CO2 and nitrous oxide, and allows more land to be available for environmental and amenity use.
ECO-IEST is organising International WEBinar on EARTH DAY on 21, 22 and 23 of April 2020 and in this occasion Prof. Eligio Malusa from Research Institute of Horticulture Skierniewice from Poland is supposed to speak on this issue.

The Webinar is FREE, and Participants can login as GUEST and you can join the webinar at: https://webinar.khanehkarafarini.com/ch/earthday



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