22 September

Climate Friendly Farming

Torino-Lingotto Fiere

In 2006, the FAO Livestock’s Long Shadow Report established a strong correlation between livestock farming, meat production, and climate change.

Livestock production produces around 80% of the greenhouse gas emissions of the entire agricultural sector and 14% of the overall global emissions. But are there differences between small-scale farms and industrial farms? Is it possible to calculate the impact of different types of production? Are there farming practices that can be called climate friendly?

Speakers:

  • Elena Neri, Italy, head of INDACO2;
  • Emanuela Ceruti, Italy, producer of the Macagn Presidium;
  • Peggy Neu, USA, Meatless Monday campaign director;
  • Rupert Ebner, Germany, Slow Food Deutschland; 
  • Fabien Santini, Belgium, Economic adviser, European Commission, DG Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Stanka Becheva, Belgium, Friends of the Earth Europe.
  • Moderators: Raffaella Ponzio, Italy, Slow Food International.

The Terra Madre thematic Forums are presented by delegates of the network and are open to the public as long as seats are available.

Priority entrance reserved for delegates. Access requires registration on site.

22 September

14:00 - 16:00

Stand:
Food for Change – Slow Meat – Oval