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The event, hosted by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), will foster international exchange on the implementation of climate mitigation measures and low-emission development strategies in agriculture, set new priorities and ideas for research cooperation and give new impetus to existing and emerging network activities. It is co-organised by GRA (Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases), CGIAR (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research) and the German Federal Research Institute Thuenen.

A series of side events are planned at the conference venue on 24 October, including in connection with various GRA and CGIAR activities. 

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