Ecomondo 2022
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022
  • 14:15 - 17:30
  • Memo
  • Biobased Industry Room
  • Italian

Organized by: Ecomondo STC & Consorzio Italiano Biogas (CIB)

Mission 2 of the NRRP, dedicated to “Green Revolution and Ecological Transition”, establishes interventions for sustainable agriculture and circular economy. These interventions are extremely important for the agricultural sector which will progress not only technologically but it will be able to offer its concrete contribution protecting soils, the environment and food production.

Session Chairs

Piero Gattoni, President of Consorzio Italiano Biogas (CIB)


Session 1 – NRRP: the role of technologies for the agroecological transition

14.15-14.30 Introduction
Piero Gattoni, President of Consorzio Italiano Biogas (CIB)

14.30-14.50 Technologies financed under the NRRP
Angelo Frascarelli, Director of Cesar

14.50-15.05 Research and innovation as drivers for sustainable agriculture
Stefano Vaccari, Director General of CREA (Council for Agricultural Research and Economics)

15.05-15.20 Agriculture 4.0 for the agro-food system
Marco Perona, Scientific Director of Osservatorio Smart Agrifood Brescia

15.20-15.35 Farming 4.0 as territorial environmental protection
Angelo Gentili, National Head of Agricultural ProjeSTC of Legambiente environmental association

15.35-15.50 A story of innovative agriculture: CIB partner (TBD)

Sessione 2 – The development prospeSTC to give concrete shape to the NRRP actions

16.00-17.00 Round table
Massimiliano Giansanti, President of Confagricoltura (General Confederation of Italian Agriculture)
Representative of ORIGIN
Maurizio Gardini, President of Confcooperative (Confederation of italian cooperatives)
Representative of Agronomi
Representative of Federunacoma (Italian Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Federation)
Representative of CAI (Confederation of Italian Agromechanics and Farmers)

17.00-17.15 A story of innovative agriculture: CIB partner (TBD)

17.15-17.30 Closing
Representative of Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policy (TBC)