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Debating Archive

FFA2016 debate
The Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) returned on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 for another stimulating debate on the future of European and world agriculture. Like in previous years, an online debate was launched before the Forum to open up a discussion on the potential integration and implementation of the agreed UN Sustainable Development Goals and Targets into current political and economic development.

This online debate built up to and led into the 9th edition of the Forum for the Future of Agriculture and we invited everyone to contribute to the debate by sharing their opinion (through a short answer via social media) using the hashtag #FFA2016 on Twitter or directly reply to the questions via our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

FFA2015 debate
On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 we launched our second online debate on the Future of Agriculture which aimed to open up a discussion on how European agriculture can contribute to global food security in a sustainable way, while also looking at the role of trade and innovation, such as circular economy, in creating a new momentum for the European agriculture.

This online debate built up to and led into the 8th edition of the Forum for the Future of Agriculture which was held in Brussels on Tuesday, March 31, 2015.

We invited everyone to contribute to the debate by sharing their opinion (through a short answer via social media) using the hashtag #FFA2015 on Twitter or directly reply to the questions via our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Click on the questions on the right to see the many varied comments we received.

FFA2014 debate
On Monday, February 24, 2014 we launched a stimulating online debate on the Future of Agriculture which aimed to open up a discussion on how we can ensure that the agriculture of tomorrow can sustainably produce more with less and trade better.

This online debate built up and led to the 7th edition of the Forum for the Future of Agriculture which was held in Brussels on Tuesday, April 1, 2014.

We invited everyone to contribute and join the online debate by using the hashtag #FFA2014 on Twitter or by directly replying to the questions via our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

The results of the 2014 online debate can be found by clicking on the questions on the right.