Fertilizers Europe is proud to announce the launch of its latest report "Feeding Life 2030. The European Fertilizer Industry at the Crossroads between Nutrition and Energy".
The report is a forward - looking document that unveils the long term vision of the European mineral fertilizer industry and is the result of both internal reflection and consultations with a wide range of stakeholders on the main drivers and changes that will shape the future of fertilizer production and use.
Why the crossroads?
Looking into the future of agriculture in general and the fertilizer industry in particular, we see the challenges of a productive and sustainable future food production, and we see the challenges involved in Europe’s ambition to de-carbonise the economy and promote the circular economy. The European mineral fertilizer industry will be at the crossroads where these challenges meet.
Our vision “Feeding Life 2030” aims to answer the question of how to produce enough nutrients for plants needed by a growing population, in a more energy and environmentally effiecient way, while at the same time helping find solutions to other societal challenges such as meeting the growing demand for cleaner energy and better use of recourses.
The mineral fertilizer industry's Vision for 2030 is twofold: it comprises the way fertilizers are used and the way they are produced. Applying more knowledge per hectare and taking on challenges are the key Visions in each of these domains.
The Vision of the Fertilizer Industry is ambitious and it requires high commitment from both industry leaders and policy makers to become a reality.
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To launch the report "The European Fertilizer Industry at the Crossroads between Nutrition and Energy" Fertilizers Europe is organising a conference where key representatives of EU institutions, agri-food chain, NGOs and other stakeholders are invited to engage in dialogue with fertilizer industry leaders on the future role of our sector in the context of the European Union’s ambition to lead sustainable agricultural production and to maintain a strong industrial base while moving towards a decarbonised society.
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