Institute of BioEconomy – Biology, Agriculture and Food Sciences Department

The Institute for BioEconomy – IBE – was born on June 1, 2019 from the merger of Biometeorology Institute (IBIMET) and Trees and Timber Institute (IVALSA), which over the years have developed and complementarity in the strategic sector of the bioeconomy. This discipline, including the activities that use the bio-renewable resources of the terrestrial biosphere to produce food, materials and energy, therefore includes the comparison of primary production (agriculture, forests, fishing), as well as the industrial sectors of use and transformation of resources, the agri-food sector, the wood sector, part of the chemical industry, biotechnology and industry. Environmental sustainability strategies and the use of resources, the reduction of impacts, the strengthening of resilience and the support to mitigation are included in this theme, which therefore has a strong interdisciplinary value. A bioeconomy worthy of this name and location in this historical moment of change cannot be separated from the knowledge of the factors that regulate the function and survival of man-made systems, therefore from meteorology, climatology and oceanography, which belong to members of the Institute .

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Low Carbon Sheep Farming: Innovation becomes Practice – June 26, 2020

  A WEBCONFERENCE entitled “Low Carbon Sheep Farming: innovation becomes practice” will take place on June 26th from 11.00 to 13.00. The event is part of the communication and dissemination activities of the SheepToShip LIFE project, of which IBE-CNR is the lead partner.   SheepToShip LIFE is a five-year project (July 2016 – July 2021), …

AIAM – International Advanced School of Agricultural Meteorology – 1st announcement

The Italian Association of Agrometeorology (AIAM) is proud to announce the first edition of the International Advanced School of Agricultural Meteorology, dedicated to “AGRICULTURAL METEOROLOGY FOR A CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE“. The 2020 edition, co-organized with WMO and FAO, aims to provide young researchers and professionals with high-level innovative knowledge and skills on the most advanced technologies for …