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International Conference on Applied Bioeconomy Research

Event Date
2020-10-14
City
San José, Costa Rica
Country

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International Conference on Applied Bioeconomy Research

October 12-14 | 8:00 a.m. to 12 md.

Cronograma

Date - Time Activity Speakers
Monday October 12 | 8:00-9:00 a.m. (Costa Rica Time) Opening Remarks Manuel Otero, Director General of the IICA; Carl Pray, President of the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR); Luis Basterra, Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina (MAGyP); Sergio Busso, Minister of Agriculture and Livestock of Córdoba, Argentina.
10:00-12:00 Plenary I. Policies for Bioeconomy Growth as part of COVID-19 Recovery in the Americas
Experience of Costa Rica Federico Torres Carballo, Vice Minister of Science, Technology and Telecommunications of Costa Rica (MICITT).
Uruguay´s journey towards a Strategy of Sustainable Bioeconomy Walter Oyhantcabal & Carolina Balian, Sustainability and Climate Change Unit, Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries of Uruguay (MGAP).
Experience of Argentina Marcelo Eduardo Alos, Secretary of Food, Bioeconomy and Regional Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina (MAGyP).
Experience of Colombia Mabel Gisela Torres, Minister of Science and Technology of Colombia.
Experience of Brazil Bruno Prosdocimi Nunes, General Coordinator of Bioeconomics. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil (MCTI).
Tuesday October 13 | 8:00-10:00 a.m. (Costa Rica Time) Plenary II. Climate Change, Environment and the Bioeconomy post COVID-19
The sustainable bioeconomy: Conditions for the bioeconomy to be a contribution to sustainability Gabriel Blanco, Professor at Universidad Nacional del Centro, Argentina, Co-author of Working Group III of IPCC's 5th and 6th Assessment Reports.
Towards a sustainable and inclusive bioeconomy: a macro-economic perspective on trade-off and synergy effects Hans van Meijl, Chief Economist at Wageningen Economic Research and Special Professor of Macroeconomic Assessment of the Circular Bioeconomy, Wageningen University, The Netherlands.
The importance of biomass and the bioeconomy as a climate change mitigation option for Latin America Hugo Chavarría (Manager, Bioeconomy and Production Development Program) & Kelly Witkowsky (Manager, Climate Change and Natural Resources Program), IICA.
Biosequestration Anthony Artuso, Executive Scholar, Centre for Economic Policy Studies, University of Virginia.
The GBEP Sustainability Indicators. Latin American applications María Michela Morese, Executive Secretary, Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
10:00 a.m.-12 m. Plenary III. The role of Bioenergy post COVID-19
Corn-based bioethanol in the United States Candice Wilson, Manager of Ethanol Trade Policy, US-Grain Council (USGC).
Perspectives on Bioenergy post COVID-19 in Brazil Suani Teixeira Coelho, Coordinator, Research Group on Bioenergy (GBIO), Institute of Energy and Environment, University of São Paulo.
International overview on biofuels Agustín Torroba, International Specialist on Biofuels at the IICA.
Soybean-based biodiesel in Argentina: challenges and opportunities Luis Zubizarreta, President of the Argentine Chamber of Biodiesel (CARBIO).
The opportunity of corn-based bioethanol post COVID-19 Patrick Adam, Executive Director of the Corn Bioethanol Chamber, Argentina.
Wednesday October 14 | 8:00-10:00 a.m. (Costa Rica Time) Plenary IV. The new biologicals: experiences in management and development of bioimputs
Institutional management of bioinputs. Public-Private liaison German Ceizel Borella, Coordinator of the Advisory Committee on Bio-products for Agricultural Use (CABUA).
Development of bioinputs in Argentina Roberto Rapela, President of the Argentine Chamber of Bioinputs (CABIO).
Developing a Bioinputs multinational based in a developing country from scratch. Argentinian experience in the impact of bioinputs for agriculture Ricardo Yapur, Chief executive officer of Rizobacter.
Bioinputs for Agricultural use in Colombia: current situation, challenges and expectations Fabiola Moreno Martínez, Coordinator of the Registry of Bioinputs for Agricultural use, Colombian Institute of Agriculture (ICA).
10:00 a.m.-12 m. Plenary V. Bioeconomy for the economic recovery post COVID-19
Bioeconomy and reactivation post COVID-19 David Zilberman, Professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
Contribution and measurement of Bioeconomy Ariel Coremberg, Director of the Centre of Studies of Productivity and Professor at the University of Buenos Aires.
Potential of Bioeconomy for Agriculture. Agricultural systems in the COVID-19 era Eduardo Trigo, Adviser of the Bioeconomy and Production Development at the IICA and professor at the Center for Agroindustry of Austral University, Argentina.
Bioeconomy and Biofactories: ¿towards a new industrial organization? Roberto Bisang, Professor at the University of Buenos Aires.
Applied bioeconomy research to strengthen national innovation systems in Latin America. Rubén Echeverría, Director General Emeritus, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT).
Data, Innovation, Technology and Governance, what we need to do post COVID-19 Máximo Torero, Chief Economist at Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

Expositores

Opening:

Manuel Otero

Manuel Otero, Director General of the IICA.

Car

Carl Pray, President of the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR). 

Luis

Luis Basterra, Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina (MAGyP).

Sergio Busso

 Sergio Busso, Minister of Agriculture and Livestock of Córdoba, Argentina.

Plenary I. Policies for Bioeconomy Growth as part of COVID-19 Recovery in the Americas:

  • Federico Torres Carballo, Vice Minister of Science, Technology and Telecommunications of Costa Rica (MICITT).
  • Walter Oyhantcabal & Carolina Balian, Sustainability and Climate Change Unit, Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries of Uruguay (MGAP). 
  • Marcelo Eduardo Alos, Secretary of Food, Bioeconomy and Regional Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina (MAGyP)
  • Mabel Gisela Torres, Minister of Science and Technology of Colombia. 
  • Bruno Prosdocimi Nunes, General Coordinator of Bioeconomics. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil (MCTI). 

Plenary II. Climate Change, Environment and the Bioeconomy post COVID-19:  

  • Gabriel Blanco, Professor at Universidad Nacional del Centro, Argentina, Co-author of Working Group III of IPCC's 5th and 6th Assessment Reports. 
  • Hans van Meijl, Chief Economist at Wageningen Economic Research and Special Professor of Macroeconomic Assessment of the Circular Bioeconomy, Wageningen University, The Netherlands. 
  • Hugo Chavarría, Manager, Bioeconomy and Production Development Program, IICA.
  • Kelly Witkowsky, Manager, Climate Change and Natural Resources Program, IICA.
  • Anthony Artuso, Executive Scholar, Centre for Economic Policy Studies, University of Virginia.
  • María Michela Morese, Executive Secretary, Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 

Plenary III. The role of Bioenergy post COVID-19:

  • Candice Wilson, Manager of Ethanol Trade Policy, US-Grain Council (USGC). 
  • Suani Teixeira Coelho, Coordinator, Research Group on Bioenergy (GBIO), Institute of Energy and Environment, University of São Paulo. 
  • Agustín Torroba, International Specialist on Biofuels at the IICA. 
  • Luis Zubizarreta, President of the Argentine Chamber of Biodiesel (CARBIO). 
  • Patrick Adam, Executive Director of the Corn Bioethanol Chamber, Argentina. 

Plenary IV. The new biologicals: experiences in management and development of bioimputs: 

  • German Ceizel Borella, Coordinator of the Advisory Committee on Bio-products for Agricultural Use (CABUA). 
  • Roberto Rapela, President of the Argentine Chamber of Bioinputs (CABIO). 
  • Ricardo Yapur, Chief executive officer of Rizobacter. 
  • Fabiola Moreno Martínez, Coordinator of the Registry of Bioinputs for Agricultural use, Colombian Institute of Agriculture (ICA). 

Plenary V. Bioeconomy for the economic recovery post COVID-19: 

  • David Zilberman, Professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
  • Ariel Coremberg, Director of the Centre of Studies of Productivity and Professor at the University of Buenos Aires.
  • Eduardo Trigo, Adviser of the Bioeconomy and Production Development at the IICA and professor at the Center for Agroindustry of Austral University, Argentina. 
  • Roberto Bisang, Professor at the University of Buenos Aires. 
  • Rubén Echeverría, Director General Emeritus, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). 
  • Máximo Torero, Chief Economist at Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 

 

Presentaciones

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Transmissão ao vivo

Opening session:

Plenary I. Policies for Bioeconomy Growth as part of COVID-19 Recovery in the Americas:

Plenary II. Climate Change, Environment and the Bioeconomy post COVID-19:  

Plenary III. The role of Bioenergy post COVID-19:

Plenary IV. The new biologicals: experiences in management and development of bioimputs: 

Plenary V. Bioeconomy for the economic recovery post COVID-19: