About the Author: Chema Castellano

Chema holds a MSc degree in Biology from Universidad Complutense de Madrid with concentration in Ecology and an MSc in Environmental Science and Technology from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. During the last years, Chema has worked as an innovation consultant, specialising in proposal writing and acquiring wide experience in EU projects. Before, he worked as a researcher at CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas – ES) and Scion (New Zealand Forest Research Institute - NZ) in the field of biomass utilisation for energy and materials.

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Five trends in the agri-food sector for 2024

The agri-food sector has paramount importance for all the society. All of us need to eat, and the sector represents a main contribution to the GDP of many countries. It also faces a wide range of challenges, with rising production costs, growing threat from international conflict and climate change-induced loss of productivity, and unsustainable practices leading to GHG emissions and other negative impacts on the environment. 2024 is a complicated moment, with widespread farmer protests, especially in the EU, that are closely related to these challenges. There is a pressing need to find a balance between farmers’ needs, productivity, [...]

By |May 23rd, 2024|Categories: News: Bioeconomy & Agrifood sector|Tags: , |
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