Agroforestry in Germany: Diverse systems between the CAP, climate change adaptation and innovative farmers

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Agroforestry in Germany: Diverse systems between the CAP, climate change adaptation and innovative farmers

Time: September 24, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Zoom
Event Type: online, seminar
Organized By: Joe Orefice
Latest Activity: Sep 26

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Join the Yale Forest Forum on Thursday, September 24 at 12pm EDT for the next webinar in our fall 2020 series Frontiers in Agroforestry, hosted by ELTI and the Yale Forests. YFF’s third virtual speaker is Dr. Rico Hübner, of the Technical University of Munich and the European Agroforestry Federation. Dr. Hübner’s research focuses on sustainable agriculture, renewable energies, and agricultural policy.

 

In his talk entitled, Agroforestry in Germany: Diverse systems between the CAP, climate change adaptation and innovative farmers, Dr. Hübner will share characteristics, advantages, and challenges for traditional and modern agroforestry systems in Germany. In the second part the most influential aspects of the governance system around agroforestry in Germany will be explained, with a focus on the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), its practical impacts at the level of the regions, and the use of agri-environmental and climate interventions.

 

Feel welcome to bring your lunch, as we would typically eat together during this longstanding lunch series. This session will be virtual and recorded.

 

Click here for the Zoom link

Passcode: 453650

YFF%20Fall20_Dr.%20Rico%20H%C3%BCbner.pdf

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Comment by Bill Fosher on September 23, 2020 at 11:50am

Wish I could attend. Is there a way to get notifications of events more than a day in advance?

Comment by Joe Orefice on September 24, 2020 at 8:53am

Bill,  

Sorry for the short notice on this, it's largely on my part not catching up to computer work each week. The series occurs each Thursday at Noon EST this fall until the final talk on November 19th. 

The series is being recorded and I will post the link to these recordings when they're posted later in the semester.

Comment by Bill Fosher on September 26, 2020 at 8:51am

Thanks!

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