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NJF Organic Conference: “Organics for Tomorrow’s Food Systems”

The aim of the conference is to share and discuss recent research outcomes within organic food and farming and its societal interactions. Abstract submission begins 15th of December 2016 and ends on the 28th of February 2017.

2017.01.31 | Helene Kristensen

Organic agriculture has been recognized as a driver towards more sustainable agricultural practises and food systems. However, there is a need for progress to meet tomorrow´s agricultural, environmental and societal challenges, to be vital for public health and wellbeing and to have a major impact on global food systems. Research plays a fundamental role for the next step.


The conference is organized along four transdisciplinary tracks:

  • Track 1. Tuning up sustainable organic production
  • Track 2. Organic food, human health and wellbeing Track 2. Organic food, human health and wellbeing
  • Track 3. Organics in our societies Track 3. Organics in our societies
  • Track 4. Organics – the next step Track 4. Organics – the next step  

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