Mini workshop on : Risks in agriculture, climate change and crop insurance
As part of the exploratory project on agricultural risk, funded by the INRAE XRisques metaprogram and by the Institute of Convergence CLAND, Raja Chakir (PSAE, INRAE) and David Makowski (MIA-PS, INRAE) are organizing a half-day scientific seminar to present results and exchange ideas related to agricultural risks in a context of climate change and reduction of chemical inputs.
The aim of this seminar is to take stock of existing research, available data and methods to address these issues and identify future research topics.
9h: Welcome and coffee
9h30-10h : Peter Thorburn (CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Australia)
“Can insurance help reduce the environmental impacts of farming? An example from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef”
10h30-11h : Marielle Brunette (Beta, INRAE)
“Climate change perception, impact and adaptation: Implications for crop insurance”
11h-11h30 : Estelle Gozlan (PSAE, INRAE)
“The High Cost of Noncompliance with Mandatory Pest Control”
11h30-12h : Armand Favrot (MIA-PS, INRAE)
“Do treatments against aphids increase sugar beet yields?” 12h-12h30: General discussion
12h30: Lunch on-site
- Organizers: Raja Chakir (PSAE, INRAE) and David Makowski (MIA-PS, INRAE)
- Registration required before October 13, 2023