Ministers Charlie McConalogue, Martin Heydon & Pippa Hackett have announced a major national agriculture and climate change conference, which takes place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Wednesday 15th November 2023.
Entitled ‘Science into Action’, the conference will have a strong scientific focus and will bring a variety of stakeholders up to date on recent Irish and international research in the sector, namely research into the reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG). Presentations and panel discussions will also look at climate policy relating to agriculture and land use.
Key discussion topics for the conference will focus on:
• The latest policy and state of science across various aspects of agriculture and climate change from national and international speakers.
• Accelerating the implementation and deployment of proven methods to mitigate agricultures impact on climate change.
• Highlighting the public investment and international partnerships in science and research in this area.
Ministers, scientists, farmers and members of the general public are just some of the people who will be in attendance at the upcoming conference. Tickets were available on Eventbrite but have since sold out, highlighting the great interest in the event.
Further details on the upcoming Agriculture and climate change conference are available here.