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Green Agricultural Technology in Russia: Trend or Conceptual Revolution?

02 Jun , 14:30–16:00
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Congress Centre, conference hall B2

Providing the planet’s population with quality food is a key issue on the environmental agenda. Today, intensive farming is being replaced by green agricultural technologies based on new biological methods, approaches, and developments, which have become mainstream in the global agro-industrial complex. Global agriculture will be almost completely biological within the next 10–15 years. What is Russia’s role in this process, and does it support the concept of ‘green agriculture’? Do business, science, and the state want to build a new industry? Why are we increasingly talking about green agricultural technologies? What issues can they help to solve? Is the agrarian market waiting for the adoption of the law ‘On products with improved properties’? What is the outlook for the sector? What tools are being used to develop green agricultural technologies in Russia? Are market participants ready for the wider adoption of biological methods in production processes? What is the potential of the Russian green agricultural industry and what are its prospects for development in the context of the global agro-industrial complex?

Vladimir Avdeenko, Head, Directorate for the Development of Agro - and Biotechnologies, Innopraktika

Front row participants
Andrey Guryev, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, PhosAgro
Vakhtang Javakhia, Head of the Laboratory of Biotechnology of Physiologically Active Substances of the Federal Research Center "Biotechnology" of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Candidate of Biological Sciences (online)
Maxim Zudin, Member of the Board, Cherkizovo Group
Vadim Kulikov, First Deputy General Director, Agency for Technological Development
Boris Listov, Chairman of the Management Board, Russian Agricultural Bank
Natalya Popova, First Deputy General Director, Innopraktika
Maxim Protasov, Head, Russian Quality System (Roskachestvo)
Eugenia Serova, Director, Institute for Agricultural Research, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Savva Shipov, Deputy General Director - Director for Digital Transformation, URALCHEM