The first session will consist of a public keynote lecture (see the keynote speakers) followed by a discussion of research papers (see the list of accepted papers). Times below (in CET) are an indication. 

 

 

06 October 2020

18:00 - 18:10

Welcome

 

18:10 - 18:50

keynote Kelly Bronson

 

19:00 - 20:00
  1. Challenges in stakeholder alignment 19:00 – 20:00
  • Inclusion in agricultural value chains, revisiting its need and desirability for opening up - Barbara van Mierlo (Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands), PJ Beers, Anne-Charlotte Hoes
  • Co-creating futures under uncertainty for second generation biofuel production: the case of Project Liberty - Zoë Robaey (Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands), Kinshuk M. Sinha, Lotte Asveld, Emiel Wubben and Patricia Osseweijer
  • Animal Business: An Ethical Exploration of Corporate Responsibility Towards Animals - Monique Janssens (Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands)

 

20:00 - 20:10

closing remarks

13 October 2020

18:00 - 18:05

Welcome

18:05 - 19:15

 Parallel sessions

  1. Farmer’s inclusion and Farm innovation

Chair: Eefje de Gelder

  • Natures in tension through the adoption of agro-industrial biological control in Western Almeria: A top-down technology or a way of knowing? - Paloma Yáñez Serrano (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
  • Do Farmers Know Better? On-farm innovation and the hop-growing value chain - Matt Comi (University of Kansas, United States of America)
  • Use of the blockchain for food transparency in France and inclusion of agricultural producers - Ysé Commandré (University of Montpelier, France)
  1. Assessing inclusion programs & mechanisms

Chair: Patricia Osseweijer

  • “A spark can cause a huge fire”: Lessons learned and resources to share from a justice-oriented, youth-centered community seafood program - Talia Young (Haverford College, United States of America), Gabriel Cumming, Kristin Hunter-Thomson
  • Macaúba (Acrocomia aculeata): a new possibility for an inclusive biodiesel production? - Gabriela Solidario de Souza Benatti (University of Campinas, Brazil / Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands), Antônio Márcio Buainain, Pedro Gilberto Cavalcante Filho, José Maria da Silveira, João Baptistini Lopes
  • Firm-farmer relationship in service delivery initiatives: navigating interdependences and inclusiveness in Ghana’s cocoa sector - Faustina Obeng Adomaa (Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands), Sietze Vellema, Maja Slingerland
  • Socioeconomic inclusion in the Brazilian biodiesel productive chain: is the Social Fuel Seal enough? - Pedro Gilberto Cavalcante Filho (University of Campinas, Brazil), Antônio Márcio Buainain, Gabriela Solidario de Souza Benatti, Marcelo Pereira da Cunha 
19:15 - 19:30

Break

 

19:30 - 20:00

closing plenary session

20 October 2020

18:00 - 18:05

Welcome

18:05 - 19:15

Parallel sessions

  1. Farmers’ own views on inclusion

Chair: Emiel Wubben

  • Producer sustainability perspectives: conservation perennial grass, perennial bioenergy, and corn stover-harvesting producers and their values, geographic and temporal concernsVeronika Vazhnik (Idaho National Laboratory, United States of America)
  • Opportunities and challenges of farmers participating in food value chains: A phenomenological study from Southern Ontario - Monika Korzun (University of Guelph, Canada)
  • Inclusion in the expansion of sugarcane in Brazil: local perceptions - Andreia Camargo Marques Postal (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands), Adamara Felicio, Lotte Asveld, J. Da Silveira
  1. New value chains, new inclusion opportunities?

Chair: Lotte Asveld

  • Inclusive value chain development through the operationalisation of the Value Chain Readiness concept: a case study from Tanzania Valentina D'amico, Cacchiarelli, L., Branca, G. (University of Tuscia, Italy)
  • Organizing Inclusion in the Value Chain for Biofuel: Evaluating the Case of Planting Solaris Tobacco in South Africa - Eefje de Gelder & Lotte Asveld (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)
  • Evaluation of the economic, social and environmental potential of Macauba: A comparative analysis with soybeans - João Pedro Baptistini Lopes (University of Campinas, Brazil) Andreia Camargo Marques Postal, José Maria da Silveira, Gabriela Solidario de Souza Benatti

 

19:15 - 19:30

Break

19:30 - 20:00

closing plenary session

participant registration
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