September 30: debate on circular agriculture

How can science make the difference and what is involved? In collaboration with the Advisory Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (AWTI) and the Education Council, the Rathenau Institute is organizing a series of three public debates about the future of science.

The second debate of this trilogy, on 30 September in the WFC, looks at the rich history of the agri-food sector. The Netherlands has developed a global top position both in science and economically and is now facing the challenge of developing circular agriculture. Can we also use the impact that science had on the development of our food production in other sectors?

Including scientists from universities and colleges, farmers and knowledge-intensive companies, and innovation experts. Martin Scholten from Wageningen University provides an introduction to the debate.

Monday, September 30, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. World Food Center, Nieuwe Kazernelaan 2-D42, 6711 JC Ede.

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