EAAP has been delivering programs on animal science for over 70 years. After careful planning, we are this year going to provide some outstanding webinars by inviting top speakers who will introduce subjects related to animal science and the livestock industry to scientists and technicians.
The Webinar series is planned to be organized monthly to inform, update, and disseminate with high-profile speakers the EAAP individual members. Apart from exceptions due to organizational issues, the EAAP Webinars will be held monthly, in the afternoon of the second Tuesday of the month.
The 21st EAAP Webinar titled Sustaining human and planetary health through a balanced omnivorous diet is organized in collaboration with the EAAP Commission on Livestock Farming Systems (LFS). LFS commission envisions livestock farming systems in its broadest sense, from the individual farm to the local ecosystem, and to communities. The commission’s goal is to understand and resolve sustainability issues of livestock farming.
The first presentation will be given by Ian Givens from “The University of Reading” (UK) on Dietary transition from animal to plant-derived foods: are there risks to health? Jude Capper from “Harper Adams University” (UK) will give his talk Food production vs. environmental provision – are we in danger of consuming rather than conserving the planet? The last speaker will be Ty Beal from “Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition” – GAIN (CH) who will inform the audience on Nutritional Value Score: A nutrient profiling system designed for nutritional life cycle assessments.
By attending EAAP Webinars, you will be able to stay on top of the latest research and gain new inspiration. Connect and network through a range of interactive presentations, discussions and workshops. Get updates on the latest results and opinions about animal science and the livestock industry. You can use this program also to teach your students.
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