Featuring representatives from research, business, politics, and practice in two panels:
Panel on Feeding the Future through Climate-smart Arable Farming: Insights from the 2023 Cohort of the U.S.-German Forum on the Future Agriculture
- Dr. Carmen Ugarte, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Adam Henkel, Self-employed Illinois Farmer
- Nancy B. Brannaman, Manager & Co-owner, Paddy Ridge Farm
- Christian Egel, Head of Plant Production & Organic Farming Unit, Thuringian State Office
- Dr. Thomas Gäbert, Board Member, Agrargenossenschaft Trebbin eG
- Juliane Horsch, Agricultural Specialist, Klim GmbH
Panel on Cultivating Action: Putting Policy Recommendations into Practice for a Sustainable Agriculture
- Don Lamb, Director, Indiana State Department of Agriculture
- Dr. Christine Chemnitz, Director, Agora Agrar
- Owen Jones, Minister Counselor for Agriculture at European External Action Service, European Commission
- Sophia Murphy, Executive Director, Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy
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Both Europe and the United States are central to shaping a more sustainable agricultural future. To overcome mutual challenges and to provide joint global leadership for the future of agriculture, a better mutual understanding of different agricultural practices, standards, and ideas is needed. The U.S.-German Forum for the Future of Agriculture project, led by the Aspen Institute Germany together with implementing partner, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, addresses this need by bringing together German and U.S. farmers and other key agricultural stakeholders. During this virtual event to culminate the first cohort of the project, participants from Germany, Europe, and the United States will convene to discuss the future of agriculture with a transatlantic lens and discuss the policy recommendations developed in the context of the project with U.S. and European representatives from politics, research, business, and practice.
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The project is supported by the Transatlantic Program of the Federal Republic of Germany, funded by the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK). Please be advised that the Aspen Institute Germany reserves the right to videotape, photograph, or record this conference for use on their website, social media, and other publications related to this event. By attending this event, you consent to the usage of the collected material on the aforementioned platforms.