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FFA2019 : The next generation
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Square, Brussels
FFA2019: The next generation - post-event blog
You can now read our first post-event blog which discusses the speeches of FFA Chair Janez Potočnik. By reading this and also blogs from Heather Mills, Valeriu-Andrei Steriu and Philippe Lamberts you can read more about what the next generation means and why it was the focus of FFA2019. More >
Learn more about our speakers and agenda
The full agenda for FFA2019 is now available and a full list of our confirmed guest speakers is published. To find out more about each of the speakers you can read their bios and discover more about their background and experiences. More >
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FFA2019: "There is no more time to waste"

Janez Potočnik speaking at FFA2019 said: "There is no more time to waste. It is often said that tomorrow belongs to the next generation. Unfortunately, we have made the world in which the tomorrow is already predetermined by us – for all of them, around the world. Make no mistake, the next generation is already out there. There are hundreds of millions of them, and the vast majority lives in the developing world. They have as much right as anyone in this room to a sustainable, just, and happy life."
FFA2019: FFA TV interviews
Since 2008, the Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) has contributed to the debate on agriculture and the environment. FFA2019: The next generation again provided an open and inclusive setting to discuss the role of farmers, government, industry and citizens in ensuring that future farming models protect the environment and produce nutritious food that supports healthy lifestyles. Watch all the sessions and hear more from the speakers in our exclusive interviews.
The Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) is the premiere meeting place in Brussels to debate sustainable agriculture and environmental challenges. FFA is where agriculture and environment meet for an open dialogue. More >