Where agriculture & environment meet for an open dialogue


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Save the date for FFA2021 - Registration will open in February.
FFA2021 will be presented in a completely revised, fully digital, format to ensure both your safety as well as a month’s worth of ideas, discussions, policies and much, much more!

The big show FFA2021 will return on March 23, 2021 with global leaders, live broadcasts, panel discussions & more to get you ready for a year of food system renewal.

The FFA partners are currently working hard to get the best speakers and ideas ready to discuss agriculture’s impact on the climate and accessible healthy food for all. Moreover, we examine the lessons COVID-19 has taught us and the robustness of our food system. Finally, we explore the relationship between these topics and EU policy to determine the best steps moving forward.

Registration will open in February, please watch for details,

What is FFA?

The annual conference of the Forum for the Future of Agriculture takes place every spring and it has a program of activity focused on the food and environmental security agenda. The FFA Brussels is accompanied by regional conferences across Europe.

The purpose of the FFA is to stimulate open discussions on the future of European and world agriculture and assess what should and what can be achieved over time, attaching equal weight to two challenges: food security and environmental security.

We hope you can join us for the next FFA - where agriculture and environment meet for an open dialogue.

Why should you attend FFA?

Every year, the Forum brings together leading speakers to discuss the key areas affecting agriculture and the environment. Through inspiring speeches and thought-provoking panel sessions, you can discover more about the solutions and change that will be required to help ensure that agriculture and the environment can continue in a sustainable way whilst ensuring that the Sustainable Development Goals are met and we protect and enhance our planet.

Who should attend FFA?

The Forum is now established as the premier meeting place for those who have a stake in the future of agriculture and has been addressed by European Commissioners, MEPs, National Government Ministers, Industry Leaders, Academics, NGOs, International Organisations, including OECD and FAO. It is free to register for FFA and it is open to anyone with an interest in agriculture, the environment, climate change, the food system or any other aspect of sustainable food production.

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