|Date||Time||Place||Description||Link to Event||24.03.2020||ab 9:00 Uhr||Residenz München||The Global Food Summit 2020 will take place at 24.-26. March 2020 in Munich.||Details||24.03.2020||13:30 - 16:00 Uhr||IHK München||f3-barn talk in cooperation with the Global Food Summit - Munich|
Between Vertical Farming and alternative protein sources - On March 24, everything in Munich will revolve around the nutrition of the future. Together with the Global Food Summit, we will venture an outlook on current and future trends and the significance of these developments for the current and future agricultural and food scene. Together with international participants of the Global Food Summit it promises to be an exciting evening with good conversations and lively exchange.
|Details||24.03.2020||18:00||Conti Restaurant, Max-Joseph-Straße 5, 80333 München||f3 barn talk in cooperation with the Global Food Summit: Nutrition of the future|
Between vertical farming and alternative protein sources - On 24 March 2020, everything in Munich will revolve around the nutrition of the future.
Together with us as cooperation partners, f3 ventures a look at current and future trends and the significance of these developments for the current and future agricultural and food scene. Here you can find the registration for the event.
18.00 Uhr: Check In
18.30 Uhr: Welcome by f3
18.40 Uhr: Boris Förster, Agriculture in the year 2040
How must today's agriculture develop to meet the demands of tomorrow? How great is the potential for disruption of new technologies such as in-vitro meat or vertical farming? What could future scenarios of a farm in the year 2040 look like?
18:55 Uhr: Jens Schmelzle from Farmee
19:10 Uhr: Chantal Brandstetter from Cepri
19:25 Uhr: N.N.
Ca 19.30 Uhr: Panel discussion with speakers & audience
20.00/20.15: Catering / Networking
22.30: End of the event
|Details||28.02.2020||Grainau||Agrarimpulse 2020 - Cooperative Association Bayern e.V. (Genossenschaftsverband Bayern e.V.)|
Herr Becker-Sonnenschein will speak about the future of food, trends, vegetarianism and veganism. What will Germany eat in 2030? What in 2050?
|Details||23.01.2020||19:00 - 22:00||Palais Montgelas im Hotel Bayerischer Hof Promenadeplatz 2-6 80333 München||Alpha Zirkel „Was werden wir auf der Welt in Zukunft noch essen (dürfen)?“|
Weltweit knappe Ressourcen, höhe Bevölkerungszahlen und eine kollabierende Umwelt – was können und dürfen wir in Zukunft noch essen?
Das Problem, das sowohl die satten Industrienationen als auch die hungernden Entwicklungsländer betrifft, sind das Klima und dessen Schutz. Der Klimawandel drängt alle Erdbewohner dazu, dass Ernährung, dessen Produktion, vor allem dessen Verpackung und Entsorgung neu gedacht und umgesetzt werden müssen. Laut Umweltbundesamt produziert jeder Deutsche 220 Kilo Müll pro Jahr, davon landen 85 Kilo Lebensmittel im Abfall.
Was dürfen und können wir in Zukunft noch anbauen?
Wie schaffen wir genügend Nahrung, Verpackung, Transport und recyceln dieses alles?
Wie und was produzieren wir, damit die Ernährung gesund bleibt und dessen Produktion ebenfalls?
Wie schaffen wir nachhaltigen Anbau, gesunde Nahrung und vor allem die Versorgung der Weltbevölkerung?
Wir laden Sie herzlich ein, mit uns zu diskutieren!
|Details||17.01.2020||Berlin||17. - 26. January 2020: International Green Week|
The International Green Week (IGW) will take place in January 2020 for the 85th time (94 years). Founded in the Berlin of the Golden Twenties (1926), it is unique as an international exhibition for food, agriculture and horticulture.
|Details||03.12.2019||Münchner Künstlerhaus||HORIZONTE Event of the German Academy of Engineering Sciences (acatech) in cooperation with the Global Food Summit: "Sustainable agriculture: What can the future look like?|
Resource-conserving innovations are necessary to safeguard our food supply in the future. The topic of sustainable agriculture in its ecological, economic and social dimensions is therefore the subject of the new acatech publication HORIZONTE, and the discussion event in cooperation with the Global Food Summit, on 3 December 2019, in Munich.
Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein, Head and Founder of the Global Food Summit, will give a lecture on "Robo farmers in the indoor field".
We cordially invite you to attend:
When: 3. Dezember 2019
When: 17:00 Uhr - 19:00 Uhr mit anschließendem Empfang (Einlass ab 16:30 Uhr)
Where: Münchner Künstlerhaus
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Registration deadline is 19 November 2019.
We look forward to meeting you at the evening event.
Here you will find further information about the event.
|Details||14.11.2019||Osbabrück||3rd German CSR Communication Congress|
On 14 and 15 November, CSR experts and communicators will meet for the third time in Osnabrück for the 3rd German CSR Communication Congress to discuss central aspects of responsibility communication. The statements of the participating speakers and organisers show that the topic of CSR communication is characterised by light and shade. They call for more credibility and more serious CSR commitment.
|Details||06.11.2019||18:00 - 19:30||Naturkundemuseum Berlin, Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin||Closed food production in containers, the septic tank as a gold mine and circular food concepts in Africa.|
For the first time, the subject area "Food and Agriculture" will be scientifically represented at the current Berlin Science Week by an event of the Global Food Summit 2020. You will find us in the Experimental Field.
Our contribution to Science Week is: "Foodtropolis. Urban. Circular. Food.
The new food cultivation methods are still based on linear thinking and linear production. What we need is networked thinking in cycles. Every by-product, every waste product is a new raw material for reuse. For the first time in history there is the possibility that an entire city will become climate-neutral - through closed production and waste cycles, through an "Urban Circular Food Economy".
We will present new ideas on food cycle management on a global and local level and want to discuss them with you. We have invited the following international speakers:
Prof. Christian Ulrichs, Head of the Department of Urban Ecophysiology, Vice Dean for Research of the Faculty of Life Sciences & Project Coordinator Cubes Circle at Humboldt University Berlin
Dr. Ousmane Badiane, Director for Africa at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington
Dr. Ariane Krause, Leibniz Institute for Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ), Programme Area 4 HORTSYS "Horticultural Systems of the Future" and Research Group "Cultivation Systems - Regulated Environment".
Dr. Frank Thiemann, Head of Biomarker Discovery & Assay Development, Animal Nutrition and Innovation and Industrialization, EVONIK
Sebastian Cerone, Co-Founder of Less Industries
Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein, Head & Founder Global Food Summit, Munich, Berlin
The Berlin Science Week takes place from November 1 to November 10, 2019 and ends with the world-famous "Conference of Falling Walls" on November 8 and 9, 2019. This week all universities, research institutions and research companies in Berlin traditionally open their doors to visitors.
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|Details||23.10.2019||10:00||Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften||Evonik Perspectives 2019 "The Future Runs Round - Circular Economy as an Opportunity for Germany as a Business Location"|
Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein, Head and Founder of the Global Food Summit, will be a speaker and will talk about the opportunities of the Circular Economy.
|Details||16.10.2019||Deutschlandfunk Interview am Welternährungstag||On World Food Day, Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein will give an interview to Deutschlandfunk on the subject of food innovations.||Details||04.10.2019||ab 9:00 Uhr||Madrid||Algae Tech Conference | 04.10.19 - 05.10.19|
Algae are called the green gold of the future - because they are a valuable and sustainable raw material. They can be used in a variety of ways: They are used to produce biofuel, they are a novel food - both for humans and animals - can be used for cosmetics or as organic fertilizers. The Algae Tech Conference brings together key stakeholders from these fields to discuss technical and commercial issues. Of particular interest to us, of course, is the change in the food sector caused by algae.
|Details||02.10.2019||Vertical Farming 2.0|
The Global Food Summit is invited to the round table of the Association for Vertical Farming e.V.. It will focus on the technologies of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) and the potential of this innovation for healthy nutrition, climate change, population growth and increasing urbanization.
|Details||02.10.2019||Berlin, Umweltforum||Sustainability Conference of the BMEL|
"And what's tomorrow? Strategies for sustainable agriculture and nutrition" - this is the title under which the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) invites committed citizens and representatives of youth organisations, politics, agriculture, science, business and civil society to a dialogue in Berlin on 2 October 2019.
At the Environmental Forum, Federal Minister Julia Klöckner will present the sustainability activities of the BMEL and discuss with the conference topics ways of a more.
|Details||30.09.2019||ab 9:00 Uhr||Finlandia Hall, Helsinki||European Days for Sustainable Circular Economy | 30. Sepmteber - 1. October 2019 |
The aim of the European Days for Sustainable Circular Economy event is to promote a low-carbon, climate resilient circular economy. This flagship event will be held in Helsinki in connection with Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The event will consist of three parallel conferences:
- CE 2019 Conference – Sustainable transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient circular economy: creating the knowledge base
- Manufuture 2019 Conference – Sustainable and Smart Manufacturing
- SI 2019 Conference – Sustainable innovation
The event is relevant to all who wish to contribute to enhancing the uptake of circular economy practices and the systematic transition towards a sustainable circular society and industry.
|Details||25.06.2019||08:30 - 09:30 Uhr||Telefónica Digital Lounge in der Hauptstadtrepräsentanz, Unter den Linden 26, 10117 Berlin||Details||16.06.2019||ab 9:00 Uhr||München||Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein, Head and Founder of the Global Food Summit, is invited to the opening workshop of the Food Start-up Incubator Weihenstephan (FSIWS), which was founded by the University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf (HSWT). The Food Start-up Incubator is intended to give students and employees of HSWT and the Weihenstephan Campus the opportunity to bring their business ideas in the food sector to market maturity.||Details||05.06.2019||08:30 - 10:15||Askanischer Platz 3, Berlin||Details||30.05.2019||ab 9:00 Uhr||europaweit||European Sustainable Development Week |
The ESDW is a European-wide initiative to stimulate and make visible activities, projects and events that promote sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
|Details||27.05.2019||9:00 Uhr||Infinity Hotel München||Details||26.05.2019||10:00 - 20:00 Uhr||Hubertussaal, Schloss Nymphenburg & Museum Mensch und Natur, München||Biotopia Eat Festival|
How will we eat in the future? How will our eating habits shape the planet? How can we feed the world without destroying fragile ecosystems? And is synthetically produced meat an alternative - or is only the algae burger left for us? These questions will be discussed at the festival - by leading scientists, artists, designers, chefs, experts and innovators.
|Details||22.05.2019||ab 9:00 Uhr||Oslo, Norwegen||Urban Future Global Conference|
City Changers, are you in? Yes we are!
And for that we fly to Oslo, the beautiful capital of the Kingdom of Norway. Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein, Head and Founder of the Global Food Summit, will speak at the conference: about climate change and its impact on agriculture and food production.
The consequences of climate change have a major impact on agriculture. New technologies must be used to find solutions quickly. CRISPR, for example, a biochemical process for altering genetic material, is a good way of doing this. This can make plants more resistant to drought and less susceptible to pests, which in turn can reduce the use of pesticides.
But there is also a need to look for food production methods in the city. Their advantages: they are close to the consumer without leaving a large CO2 footprint. Long transport distances are eliminated and less space and water are used. This is demonstrated, for example, by the production of Clean Meat, meat from stem cells, or insect proteins that are processed into burgers. Production plants for this purpose require little more space than the size of a garage.
This is how Next Generation Food goes.