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Press

Welcome to the FFA's press corner. On this page you will find media statements, photographs, FFA logo and other relevant information for media use.

Accreditation

Participation for the members of press and media to the FFA does not require special accreditation. However we invite those in journalism to register before the event on the online registration platform and to indicate press/media as “Sector of activity”.

Press statements

FFA2016 Regional Forum, Vienna - Forum calls for actions and collaboration to meet societal expectations of European agriculture.
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FFA2016 - Not business as usual – UN SDGs and Forum demand action and collaboration.
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FFA2015 calls on farmers, industry and NGOs to rebuild trust and recognize their common objectives for sustainable agriculture.
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FFA2014 calls for the prioritisation of innovation and knowledge transfer to accelerate the drive for safety and sustainability in agriculture.
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FFA2013 urges political leaders to address imbalances in the global agri-food system.
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FFA2012 calls for ambitious EU agricultural policy fit for the 21st century.
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FFA2011 calls for an ambitious CAP Reform to deliver sustainable food production for Europe and the world.
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Photographs

Below is a selection of images from FFA2016 that can be used for press or media purposes. Click on an image to open full size photograph then right click and choose "Save image as..." to save the image for use.
Regional FFA Vienna, June 2016. L to R: Juan Gonzalez-Valero (Syngenta), Janez Potočnik (FFA Chairman), Felix Montecuccoli (Land&Forst), Thierry de l’Escaille (ELO) – Credit: Reinhard Steiner Photography
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FFA Chairman Janez Potočnik opening FFA2016
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Achim Steiner in conversation with Stephen Sackur at FFA2016
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Commissioner Phil Hogan addressing FFA2016
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José Graziano da Silva speaking at FFA2016
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Over 1,500 delegates attended FFA2016
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Session 1 discussion panel at FFA2016
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Session 2 discussion panel at FFA2016
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Session 3 discussion panel at FFA2016
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FFA Chairman Janez Potočnik opening FFA2016
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Achim Steiner’s opening keynote address at FFA2016
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Professor Jeffrey Sachs opening the afternoon session at FFA2016
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FFA Chairman Janez Potočnik speaking at FFA2016
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Professor Jeffrey Sachs speaking at FFA2016
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John Ingram opening session 3 at FFA2016
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The FFA logo

logo

The colours of the FFA logo represent soil (orange), water (blue) and crops (green) with the soil and water providing the essential foundations for the development of high quality crops. The Forum for the Future of Agriculture also assigns equal weight to food security and environmental security and these elements are represented in the logo by the wheat head and the butterfly.

To download a high resolution copy of the FFA logo for press and other uses click here (RGB, 300dpi, jpeg)

B-roll video

To request access to B-roll video footage send an email to Julianna Nagy (media@forumforagriculture.com) with details of your name and your organisation.