Orientation Week of the Joint Master Programme
Agriculture as a business venture with ecological responsibilities, has to become a core driver from a fossil- towards a renewable resources-based economy.
Core concept is the implementation of bioeconomy, the knowledge-based production and use of biological resources in all sectors.
Improving the quality of life and environment in Europe is one of the most important issues at the beginning of the 21st century. Recently, more and more emphasis has been placed on agriculture as a business venture with ecological ramifications. One upcoming target for agriculture is the implementation of a renewable resources-based economy, named Bioeconomy. Implementing this knowledge-based production and the use of biological resources for products, processes and services in all sectors is a key aspect for a sustainable future economy.
The @groen cooperation, which was established in 1998, focuses on agriculture and environmental protection. The network fulfils this objective at several main areas: high quality agricultural production (in animal husbandry, plant growing, fishery and forestry), green and environmentally friendly technologies, environment conservation, natural resources management and utilization of advanced information and communication technologies.
Through the benefits and opportunities offered by CEEPUS, the 21 partner universities can undertake low-cost cooperation, exchange professionals and consult in curricular areas to the safeguarding of their own interests.
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