Triple-C present at the conference “continue to produce despite frost

On 17 October, as part of the Triple-C project, ACMG organised a day on climate change (and more specifically on the risk of frost), its impacts and solutions.
The day was held in partnership with GIS Fruits, which brings together numerous actors in fruit production, INRAE and the Quae publishing house. The event took place in the heart of the Moyenne-Garonne, at the Rex cinema in Tonneins (47), and was attended by stakeholders from numerous departments.
Around 100 people attended. The objective of inviting a varied audience, technical as well as scientific and political, was achieved: decision-makers, as well as numerous leaders of agricultural cooperatives, farm managers, farmers, researchers, agricultural technicians, representatives of research centres, agricultural consultants, representatives of chambers of agriculture, etc. were present.
The afternoon programme was based on lectures on the risks and solutions to climate change, as well as numerous testimonies. During the conference, the Triple C project platform was presented.

2 round tables allowed to gather:

  • Key field experiences for successful adaptation.
  • Visions for the future of fruit production.