Climate Change Constraints on Agriculture

The scientific and academic cooperation office of the French Embassy, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, organizes :

French-Israeli Colloquium on Climate Change Constraints On Agriculture
March 17th – March 19th 2014
Agriculture Research Organization, Bet Dagan
Volcani Center, Cohen Auditorium

israel_france_mail_flyer FINALThe plenary sessions will discuss four main topics:
– Food production with relation to climate changes
– Ecosystem and biodiversity
– Soil and water stress in Agriculture
– Plant and animal pests and their management
Upload the detailed program

Registration and information: vtada@volcani.agri.gov.il

Organization Committee:
French side: French Embassy & Ubifrance Israel
Israeli side: Agriculture Research Organization, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Science, Technology and Space

Scientific Committee:
Head of the French committee: Jean-François Soussana, Scientific director for the Environment, INRA with the participation of CNRS, CIRAD, IRD, IRSTEA
Head of the Israeli committee: Abraham Gamliel, Head of the Laboratory for Pest Management Research, ARO

Speakers:Yoram Kapulnik (ARO), Jean-François Baroiller (CIRAD), Berta Levavi-Sivan (HUJI), Dudy Bar Zvi (BGU), Ahron Fiat (BGU), Tamar Krugman (Haifa University), Pascal Simonet (CNRS), Itay Mayrose (TAU), Oz Barazani (ARO), Richard Escadafal (IRD), Dan Yakir (Weizmann), Dani Shteinberg (ARO), Gilles Vercambre (INRA), Eli Feinerman (HUJI), Yaacov Tsur (HUJI), Pierre Renault (INRA), Shimon Gepstein (Kinneret College), Yehoshua Saranga (HUJI), Dominique Rollin ( IRSTEA), Séverine Tomas (IRSTEA), Sima Yaron (Technion), Edouard Jurkevitch (HUJI), Serge Savary (INRA), Shai Morin (HUJI), Efrat Morin (HUJI), Ygal Elad (ARO), Zvi Mendel (ARO), Simon Steinberg (Bio Bee)

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