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Abstract submission

The call for abstracts is closed now! Many thanks to all contributors!

We received very interesting proposals from over 30 countries. They will now undergo through a review process.

A panel of reviewers will decide on the abstract acceptance for either poster or oral presentation. A programme committee will allocate accepted abstracts to thematic sessions. Submitters of accepted abstracts will be notified by June 30, 2024.

The conference language is English.


We foresee a few travel grants

A precondition for application is that the abstract has been selected for an oral presentation.

Financial means for travel grants are limited. We will consider applications for travel grants on the basis of the DAC-list .
Please be aware that we are unable to pay awards to recipients in countries or regions of the world subject to sanctions, embargoes or other political trade restrictions put in place by the United Nations or the EU. Furthermore, for a number of countries visa are required. You can find an overview of visa requirements/exemptions for entry into the Federal Republic of Germany under this link.

For participants from the countries with visa obligation it is crucial to submit the request well in advance as processing times are sometimes very long.


The topics of the conference are:

Mitigation measures and innovative approaches
(1)   Innovations and technology options for emissions reductions (N2O and CH4)
(2)   Changes in farming systems and land management (intensification, de-intensification, organic farming,
       agroecological approaches, circular economy etc.)
(3)   Carbon sequestration on agricultural land (soil carbon, agroforestry)
(4)   Costs of mitigation and implementation

Policy instruments and implementation
(5)   National policies to address agricultural GHG emissions
(6)   Low-emission development strategies (LEDS) in agricultural food systems
(7)   Meeting 2050 targets and supporting net zero pathways
(8)   Just transitions towards low-emission and resilient agriculture and food systems
(9)   approaches for sustainable food consumption (low-emission diets, alternative proteins, food loss & waste)
(10) Managing synergies and trade-offs of mitigation with due attention to food security & marginalised groups
(11) Carbon markets and other market-based options

Tracking and reporting of GHG emissions
(12)  Novel approaches for MRV and potential for remote sensing and AI modelling
(13)  GHG monitoring (tools) on product, farm or value chain level


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