Tid och plats: 8 september, 10-12. Fika serveras från 9.30.
Teknikparkens Konferenscentrum. Chalmers teknikpark, Sven Hultins gata 9, 412 58, Göteborg.
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The agriculture sector needs to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change while contributing to improved food and energy security. Green biorefineries - producing high-quality protein, bioenergy, and other biobased products from grass-clover biomass - receive increasing interest as an option that can deliver towards all these objectives.
As grass-clover cultivation in areas dominated by annual crops often results in carbon sequestration into soils, the climate benefits from substituting fossil fuels, soy-based feed and other GHG-intensive products are further enhanced. In addition, the grass-clover cultivation results in important co-benefits, such as reduced need for pesticides and synthetic fertilizers and improved biodiversity in agriculture landscapes.
More information about the seminar:
Professor Christel Cederberg, Department of Space, Earth and Environment
Professor Göran Berndes, Department of Space, Earth and Environment
Seminarium; Öppen föreläsning
Poseidon, lecture hall, Sven Hultins Gata 9C, Chalmers teknikpark