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Fachpodium 12

Förderung der drei Säulen der Nachhaltigkeit durch Gesundheit und Wohl der Nutztiere: Eine Überprüfung der Faktenlage

Bundesverband für Tiergesundheit e.V., HealthforAnimals und AnimalhealthEurope

Zeit: Donnerstag, 21. Januar 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 Uhr, anschließender Deep Dive 14:00 – 14:30 Uhr

Sprachen: Englisch, Deutsch

 

Eine gute Tiergesundheit ist für das Wohl und den Schutz der Tiere ebnso wie für den Schutz der öffentlichen Gesundheit und eine intakte Umwelt wichtig. Ein fundiertes Managment der Nutztierbestände kann Treibhausgasemissionen verringern und erfordert weniger natürliche Ressourcen wie Futter und Wasser. Lebensmittelverluste können vermieden werden. Das Expertengremium wird analysieren, wie die Verbesserung der Gesundheit und des Wohlergehens von Nutztieren die wirtschaftliche, soziale und ökologische Nachhaltigkeit fördern kann. Diese drei „Nachhaltigkeitssäulen“, wie sie von der Brundtland-Kommission der Vereinten Nationen in den 1980er Jahren festgelegt wurden, bilden die Grundlage für das Bestreben, die Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung bis 2030 zu erreichen.

Die Expertenpräsentationen werden nach dem Modell „Statement – Evidence – Action“ erstellt: Am Anfang steht eine einfachen Zweckerklärung ( z.B. Gute Tiergesundheit bedeutet mehr Einkommen für Landwirte). Die Experten werden diese Aussage dann durch eindeutige Recherchen, Beweise und Daten begründen, um nachfolgend potenzielle Maßnahmen zur Umsetzung der Ziele für politischen Entscheidungsträger anbieten.

Ziel des Fachpodiums ist es, von allgemeinen Aussagen zur Analyse von Daten für die Entwicklung nationaler Aktionspläne für eine messbare Verbesserung der Nachhaltigkeit überzugehen. So kann die Erreichung der SDGs unterstützt und ein widerstandsfähigeres globales Nahrungsmittelsystem aufgebaut werden.

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Moderator

Roxane FELLER is Secretary General of AnimalhealthEurope. Representing the animal medicines industry in Europe, the association works to maintain a predictable and responsible competitive market place which stimulates innovation and allows wide and sustainable access to safe, effective and quality veterinary medicines.

Roxane started her career in the area of EU political advocacy in Brussels in 1992 heading up social affairs for the European Sugar Industry before moving on to Copa-Cogeca, the organisation representing European farmers and agri-cooperatives, where she was senior policy officer in charge of all food and feed safety-related issues including animal health and welfare for 14 years.

Prior to joining AnimalhealthEurope in February 2015, Roxane was Director of the Economic Department in FoodDrinkEurope, an umbrella organisation representing the food and drink manufacturing industry in Europe.

Roxane Feller studied in the United States and in Switzerland. She is a lawyer by training and speaks French and English, with an excellent knowledge of German, Spanish and Dutch.

Podiumsgäste

Jude L. Capper, PhD ARAgS is an independent Livestock Sustainability Consultant based in Oxfordshire, UK, who undertook her BSc (Agriculture with Animal Science) and PhD (Ruminant Nutrition and Behaviour) at Harper Adams University College (UK), followed by post-doctoral research at Cornell University (USA) and a faculty position at Washington State University (USA).Jude’s research focuses on modeling the sustainability of livestock production systems, specifically dairy and beef.
She sits on the National Beef Association board and is Chair of the Route Panel for Agriculture, Environment and Animal Care for the Institute of Apprenticeships and Technical Education. She was awarded the Women in Dairy “Dairy Industry Woman of the Year 2017” and the Farmers Guardian “Farming Hero of the Year 2018” awards. Associate Membership of the Royal Agricultural Society was conferred upon Jude in 2018.

Anne Mottet is a Livestock Development Officer with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations. She has over 20 years of experience in working with governments, decision makers, farmers and the industry for the sustainable development of agriculture. Her expertise includes environmental impacts, climate change, micro and macroeconomics, policy evaluation and approaches like agroecology, low carbon livestock and climate smart agriculture. She has developed tools and methodologies for the assessment of various sustainability dimensions and coordinates a portfolio of projects with International Funding Institutions, research organisations and global environmental funds. She is also a published author in high impact international scientific journals, a reviewer of IPCC guidelines and reports and a member of various scientific advisory boards.

Shirley Tarawali is Assistant Director General and Board secretary at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) based in Nairobi, Kenya and Chair of the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock. Shirley has over 35 years’ experience implementing and leading research for development across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, with a portfolio covering livestock-environment, animal nutrition and natural resource management. Shirley has authored or co-authored over 50 articles in scientific journal or peer-reviewed publications and contributed as author or editor to a further 30-plus books and proceedings articles. Shirley holds a PhD in Plant Science from the University of London, UK.

Claire Bury is currently Deputy Director-General in DG Health and Food Safety with responsibility for food safety and sustainability. She is also a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges.

She was previously Deputy Director-General for the Digital Single Market in DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology and Director of Modernisation of the Single Market in Directorate General Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.

Before that, she was Head of Unit for Company Law, Corporate Governance and Financial Crime in Directorate General Internal Market and Services, and Deputy Head of Cabinet to Internal Market Commissioners Charlie McCreevy and Frits Bolkestein.

An English barrister by training, she worked in the Commission’s Legal Service and, before coming to Brussels, in the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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