Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Welcome to Future Agriculture - livestock, crops and land use

A cross-disciplinary research platform

Future Agriculture is a strategic cross-disciplinary research platform in which researchers, together with the agricultural sector, authorities and nongovernmental organizations, develop research to address the sustainable use of natural resources with emphasis on agricultural production, including farm animals, and land use.

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News from us

2015-04-17 -  UN Sustainable Development Goals - what can SLU do to help achieving them?
On April 17, Future Agriculture invited Alan AtKisson to present the coming UN Sustainable Development Goals, and to discuss what SLU can do to help achieving them. Alan AtKisson has been working with...
2014-04-17 -  Invitation to PhD students and young researchers at SLU
Future Agriculture invites PhD students and young researchers at SLU to apply for a travel and conference grant to present and discuss their research at the 2014 Bertebos conference "New ruralities". Last...
2013-11-15 -  Young Researchers' Forum is discontinued
Young Researchers' Forum within the Future Agriculture programme is discontinued. Its aim was to encourage young researchers to work outside their own disciplinary boundaries.
2013-10-17 -  A conference on agriculture in a warmer world
Climate change has already resulted in quite large effects on the weather and the growing season, both globally and in Sweden. That was made clear by both key note speakers at the conference “Agriculture...
2013-09-27 -  Future Agriculture participated in the Agri4D conference
On 25-26 September Future Agriculture participated in the Agri4D conference "Agricultural Research Towards Sustainable Development Goals" as one of the arranging partners.
 
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