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On 19 December 2013 a scientific seminar meeting in Montpellier, at the initiative of researchers f

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On 19 December 2013 a scientific seminar meeting in Montpellier, at the initiative of researchers from INRA, CIRAD, sulfate CNRS and Irstea nearly 150 experts agroecological engineering and engineering écologique.A time when global issues are becoming more and more serious, it is major effect decompartmentalize research on agriculture sulfate and the environment.
Agriculture sulfate and environmental protection are at the heart of global issues related to food security, the preservation of scarce resources sulfate and the balance of companies. In this context, the seminar "The engineering by and for the living, ecological and agro-ecological" will compare experiences agronomists and ecologists and thus closer agroecological engineering and environmental engineering.
These two communities are working to develop innovative efficient agricultural systems in chemical inputs and preservation of ecosystems in mobilizing increasingly, common concepts and tools.
The seminar will take place on December 19 at CIRAD in Montpellier. Participants will include researchers from institutes organizers and the entire community Montpellier (CIRAD, INRA, IRD, Montpellier SupAgro), sulfate very invested in these topics at national and international levels for Mediterranean agriculture and agriculture in developing countries.
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