Fachpodium 13

Gesunde Böden als Mittel zur Bekämpfung von Klimawandel und Hunger

4 per 1000

Zeit: Donnerstag, 21. Januar 2021, 14:15 – 15:15 Uhr, anschließender Deep Dive 15:15 – 15:45 Uhr

Sprachen: Englisch, Deutsch

Zusammenfassung:
Moderiert wurde das Panel von Dr. Paul Luu, dem Exekutivsekretär der „4 per 1000“ Initiative. Die deutsche Bundesministerin für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung, Julia Klöckner, schickte ein Eröffnungsvideo, in dem sie die Bedeutung gesunder Böden darlegte. Gefolgt von Wolfgang Zornbach, Leiter des Referats für Nachhaltigkeit, Klimaschutz und Klimafolgen im BMEL, der den Boden mit einem Diamanten verglich.

Vier Podiumsteilnehmer aus verschiedenen Stakeholdergruppen hielten Kurzvorträge: Claire Chenu (STC) sprach für die Wissenschaft, Victoria Prentis (Under-Secretary of State, UK) präsentierte die Governance-Seite, Natacha Agbo (NGO Afris) sprach für NGO/Farmers Oganizations und Florence Jeantet (OP2B) für Agri-Food Konzerne

Schlüsselbotschaften waren:

  • Der Boden ist ein Diamant, den wir für die nächsten Generationen polieren müssen
  • Bodengesundheit ist wichtig für Klimaschutz, -anpassung und Ernährungssicherheit
  • 4p1000, gestützt durch solide wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse, ist eines der wichtigsten Instrumente zur Umsetzung des Pariser Abkommens
  • Um die starke Bodendegradation umzukehren, müsse die Bodenpolitik verbessert werden. Ziel: Landwirte für die Pflege der Böden zu bezahlen
  • Das Konzept der Twin Regions stößt auf großes Interesse als Instrument zur Erreichung von Klimagerechtigkeit und internationaler Solidarität
  • Living Labs als Forschungsansatz, mit NGOs als Partner, können die Forschung und die Bauerngemeinschaft näher zusammenbringen

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Moderator

Dr. Paul Luu is an agronomist specialized in tropical agronomy. He began his career in the field, leading agronomic research projects in St. Lucia, Sri Lanka and Tonga for six years before joining the International Relations Department of the French Ministry of Agriculture.
In 2011, Paul Luu was appointed director of Agropolis International, the international association representing the scientific community „Agronomy – Environment – Biodiversity – Water“ of the Occitanie region. In particular, he contributed to the creation of the CGIAR Consortium in Montpellier, an international organization dedicated to agricultural research for the benefit of the poorest people on the planet. He joined the organization in September 2013 as Liaison Officer with the French authorities, then as Protocol Officer.
Since September 2016, Dr. Paul Luu has been Executive Secretary of the „4 per 1000“ initiative launched at COP 21 in Paris.

Podiumsgäste

Claire Chenu is research director at INRAE (French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment) and consulting professor of soil science at AgroParisTech.
She is a member of the research unit ECOSYS at Grignon. Her research deals with soil organic matter, which has a prominent role in ecosystem services provided by soils. She addresses the roles of soil organic matter in soil physical properties and investigates carbon dynamics and sequestration in agricultural soils. She was the 2019 Soil Science medallist of the European Geosciences Union and the recipient of the 2019 INRA Research Lifetime Achievement Award.
She is very involved in the science-policy-practice interface and in awareness raising activities on soils. She has been nominated Special Ambassador for 2015 the international year of soils by the FAO. She is member of several international committees, including being a member of the Scientific and Technical Committee of the 4 per 1000 initiative. She coordinates the EU H2020 European Joint Programme SOIL that associates 24 European countries: “Towards climate-smart sustainable management of agricultural soils”.

As a young Beninese woman, I’m an agronomist and I’ve been working for five years to help farmers adopt good production practices that respect the environment. Presently I am employed in the NGO African Innovation Services where I work in contact with several young people from agricultural high schools who are motivated to develop business ideas in rural areas. Also aware of the importance of post-harvest losses and their consequences for food security, I am currently preparing a Master’s degree in this area.

Florence Jeantet is the OP2B Managing Director since January 2020 and has been leading the coalition since then.

Florence has an unrelenting passion to turn science into innovation and it has been a driving force in her career. After 13years at Unilever, she has been dedicated to the mission of Danone for the last 15 years –leading the business to live “Health through food to as many people as possible.”

Whilst classically trained as an “Ingenieur(Ms)” in Food Science and Technology, she made her greatest impact through her leadership across many functions, roles and teams. Managing people internationally for more than 20 years, hierarchically and functionally, she evolves from Research & Development to Chief Growth officer of the Early lifeWorldwide Business.

Victoria Prentis has been the Member of Parliament for North Oxfordshire since May 2015. In February 2020 she became Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. During her time in Defra she has taken the Agriculture Act 2020 and Fisheries Act 2020 through Parliament. Having grown up on a farm in Aynho, near Banbury, Victoria has a lifelong interest in farming. At home, she enjoys looking after her Zwartbles sheep and bee-keeping. She also hosts Apple Day every year in her village.

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