Kurs og seminar ved IHA
Seminar -Agriculture and greenhouse gases
Janne Karin Brodin
(Preliminary) The main objective for the seminar is to set focus on how to lower greenhouse gas emission from agriculture without compromising food production.
Ku på beite
Foto: Janne Brodin
The seminar marks the termination of the BILAT project entitled ”Increased value creation in food production through characterization and mitigating emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) from agriculture in Norway”. Partners in the project have been Norway and Canada.
The seminar is a co-operation between NJF, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) and the Climate and Pollution Agency of Norway (Klif). Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences (IHA) at UMB will be the executing institution, whereas the physical location of the seminar will be in the facilities of Klif in Oslo.
The dates are decided to be the 5th and 6th of November 2012. Exact address and time table will be provided later, but the seminar will probably start with lunch on the 5th and end on the 6th of November.Here you find more information about the seminar (NJF pages)
Oppdatert: 20.02.12Utskriftsvennlig versjon
Del med en venn: