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Announcement : Conference


Climate change, Biodiversity and Food Sustainability

 Paris, May 31st –June 1st, 2018
 INRA-AgroParistech, Amphithéatre Coléou, 16 rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris, France

Global changes such as climate change, international trade agreements, loss in global biodiversity and volatility of world food prices pose challenges for agricultural production, the sustainability of renewable resources, and the well-being of consumers. These global threats require not only the analysis of existing national and international policies, but also require thinking about the design of innovative policies that could reconcile economic, environmental and social goals. Policies that will be discussed in this conference include agricultural, environmental, land use and food policies, and trade measures. The objective of the conference is to discuss recent theoretical and empirical contributions in economics on these topics.



Changement climatique, biodiversité et durabilité alimentaire
 Paris, 31 mai-1er juin 2018
 INRA-AgroParistech, Amphithéatre Coléou, 16 rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris, France


Les changements globaux tels que le changement climatique, les accords commerciaux internationaux, la perte de biodiversité mondiale et la volatilité des prix alimentaires mondiaux posent des défis pour la production agricole, la durabilité des ressources renouvelables et le bien-être des consommateurs. Ces menaces globales nécessitent non seulement l'analyse des politiques nationales et internationales existantes, mais aussi une réflexion sur la conception de politiques innovantes susceptibles de concilier objectifs économiques, environnementaux et sociaux. Les politiques qui seront discutées lors de cette conférence comprennent les politiques agricoles, environnementales, d'utilisation des terres et d'alimentation, ainsi que les mesures commerciales. L'objectif de la conférence est de discuter des contributions théoriques et empiriques récentes en économie sur ces sujets.


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