BovINE National Beef Event in Ireland
Delivering a Sustainable Beef Sector
At 8.00pm on Tuesday October 26th BovINE will hold its 2nd Irish National Beef Event on-line. Beef farmers and all stakeholders in the beef and livestock sector are invited to attend virtually.
The BovINE network links farmers, advisors, researchers, and all other relevant stakeholders, across 9 EU member states, to stimulate exchange of knowledge and ide
What is sustainable beef production? Are grass-based systems sustainable?
These questions will be addressed during a webinar on Monday, 27th September 2021, involving speakers from research, advisory services and farming across Europe. Hosted by the pan-European BovINE network and involving participants in the EIP-AGRI Focus Group on Sustainable Beef Production, it will take place from 12:00 -13:30 BST / 13:00 - 14:30 CEST via zoom.
An exciting lineup of internation
Identifying Practical ‘On Farm’ Innovations that meet the needs of European Beef Farmers - that’s the mission of the EU funded BovINE Network
BovINE partners share updates on the latest round of Research Innovations (RIs) and Good Practices (GPs) under the project’s spotlight online on Tuesday 22nd June 2021.
Hosted by BovINE’s French partners IDELE and FNB, all can join the network online meeting of researchers, farmers, farming organisations and advisors, plus representatives across the beef value chain to hear from researchers an
Grass Roots Needs of European Beef Farmers Drive Selection of 2021 Priority Topics for EU-funded BovINE Network
Beef farmers across Europe have been engaged with the BovINE network over the past year via national and international meetings, supported by exchanges with its national Network Managers (NMs), to express and share their needs for information, tools, and practical guidance to help secure sustainable improvements in their practice and business operations.
The result is the selection of
SustainSahel se focalise sur les bonnes pratiques pour intégrer les cultures, les arbustes, et l'élevage pour améliorer les moyens de subsistance des populations rurales du Sahel ouest africain
L'objectif général du projet SustainSahel, financé par l'Union Européenne (EU), est de promouvoir des pratiques qui améliorent la qualité et le rendement des sols, de renforcer la résilience face au changement climatique et de contribuer à la sécurité alimentaire et à l'amélioration des moyens de subsistance.
Avec 18 partenaires issus de 10 pays africains et européens, le projet coordonné par
SustainSahel to focus on good practices to integrate crops, shrubs, and livestock to improve rural livelihoods in Western Sahel
The overall goal of the EU-funded SustainSahel project is to promote practices which enhance soil quality and yields, build resilience towards climate change, and contribute to food security and better livelihoods.
With 18 partners from 10 African and European countries, the project coordinated by FiBL- Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Switzerland - is funded under Horizon 2020, the
BovINE gives European beef farmers a voice & platform to share urgent grassroots needs and ‘on farm’ practical solutions to deliver sustainability
More than 200 European beef industry stakeholders given voice and platform to share urgent grassroots needs and on-farm practical solutions to deliver sustainability through at first BovINE trans-national meeting.
Sustainable Beef Farming in Europe – Policy and Practice: The first trans-national meeting for European beef industry stakeholders
Beef industry stakeholders all over Europe are invited to attend the online meeting, Sustainable Beef Farming: Policy & Practice in the Context of the Green Deal, which will focus on how sustainability can be improved within the industry by sharing research innovations and and examples of on farm good practices with European stakeholders.
Landmark event shows how eating more plants can save the planet
Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) patrons Joanna Lumley OBE and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, have teamed up for what’s thought to be the UK’s first ever major vegan banquet at an event hosted by Women in Advertising and Communications in London (WACL) at the Savoy Hotel. CIWF CEO, Philip Lymbery, spoke at the event about the urgent need to move to more sustainable diets with less meat and dairy.
Eat less meat or you’ll destroy the planet, warn international experts in new book
If we don’t take urgent action by eating less meat, we’ll destroy the planet – that’s the stark warning from the world’s leading experts in ecology, conservation, health, agriculture and animal welfare in a powerful new book.
Videos of landmark Extinction and Livestock Conference now available to view online
Videos of the landmark Extinction & Livestock Conference – the world’s first event to explore the impact of livestock production on the future of life on Earth – are available to view via the conference website from today.
European citizens back key aims of landmark conference to transform global food and farming systems, according to new report
European citizens fully support the aims of a landmark conference being held to transform our global food and farming systems, according to the results of an EC consultation presented at a conference today.
Innovation Bursaries take bioeconomy researchers to Paris, Prague or Vienna
EU-funded bioeconomy researchers could be jetting off to Paris, Prague or Vienna if they are lucky enough to be awarded a CommBeBiz Innovation Bursary.