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FACCE ERA-GAS Breakfast Club 2022 - #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Ramona Tataru - Farmus
07:14
Hello and good morning!
Teagasc Zoom17
07:34
Good morning & welcome!
Abigail Muscat
14:00
Hi everyone! we will be starting in a few minutes! Let us know in the chat your country and institution from where you're joining us today
Teagasc Zoom17
14:30
Órlaith Ní Choncubhair, Teagasc, Ireland. Welcome everyone
Timothy Bilton
14:38
Dunedin, New Zealand
Nida.Amin
14:52
Hi It`s Nida. I am a postdoctoral researcher in Teagasc (Ireland).
Gitana Kadziene
15:50
Lithuania, Lithuanian university of Health Sciences
Ramona Tataru - Farmus
16:10
I am from Romania, Tehnical University of Iasi, Chemical Engineering Faculty
Joni Van Mullem
16:36
ILVO, Belgium
Vibeke Lind
17:55
NIBIO, Norway
Thanh Nguyen
18:28
Massey University New Zealand
Robin Skuce
18:43
Robin Skuce from Agrifood and Biosciences Belfast UK
Anita Frehner
18:43
FiBL, Switzerland
Ieva Licite
18:55
Latvia, Latvian State Forest Institute "Silava" and Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies
Alisa Spiegel, Thuenen Institute, DE
18:57
Good morning everyone! Thuenen Institute, Germany
Nisola Ayanfe
22:15
Nisola Ayanfe from Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)
Federico Dragoni
23:07
Federico Dragoni and Olivier Kashongwe from Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Potsdam - Germany
Alisa Spiegel, Thuenen Institute, DE
37:15
Ambitious targets are wonderful, Yet I believe that concrete targets should be set up for each sector in each country. Otherwise there is a risk of free riding. What are your thoughts on this? Is it impossible to fairly distribute targets? What should be the basis for this distribution?
Alisa Spiegel, Thuenen Institute, DE
53:51
A question to everyone: is there any research on whether demand for animal-based products depends on local climate or other regional circumstances? Or is personal income indeed the main determinant?
Thanh Nguyen
54:02
Regarding feed quality, low feed quality in Indonesia is resulted in low quality of feed ingredients or diet formulation?
Abigail Muscat
58:21
Thanks for your questions, I will keep them for the end so we can discuss. Feel free to ask by turning on your camera.
Hajer Khelil
01:00:46
ruminant number is reduced in Europe by 53 does't mean less methane is produced in EU?
Ulrich Kreidenweis
01:05:19
@ Alisa: from this study: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2019.06.005 "per capita followed by rate of urbanization are the two most important drivers of total meat consumption per capita. Income per capita and natural endowment factors are major drivers of ruminant meat consumption per capita. Other drivers are Western culture, Muslim religion, female labour participation, economic and social globalisation and meat prices."
Alisa Spiegel, Thuenen Institute, DE
01:06:36
@Ulrich great, thank you!
Joni Van Mullem
01:07:41
I must leave. Thank you for the nice presentation and insights! Very interesting!
Teagasc Zoom17
01:09:41
Really excellent presentation. Does the GWP for methane take into account the fact that when it degrades in the atmosphere, CO2 is produced?
Rangarirayi Lucia Mhindu
01:19:15
thank you very much for the great presentation
Titis Apdini
01:19:21
Thank you for the presentation Simon and Corina :)
Anouk
01:19:25
Thank you for the interesting presentation!
Carolin Müller
01:19:32
Thank you!
Clodagh Ryan
01:19:32
Thank you for the insightful presentation!
Colm Duffy (JHI)
01:19:34
thanks a million
Federico Dragoni
01:19:38
thank you very much!
Marion Sorley
01:19:39
Thank you for a great presentation
Iida Höyhtyä
01:19:42
Thanks a lot!
Felipe.AguiarNoury
01:19:46
Many thanks! Excellent presentation!! See you next breakfast