Insights from the FAO&EBRD report

Current status and future prospects of commercial urban agriculture

The Food and Agriculture Organization and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development invite you to the 10th and last E-dialogue on March 3, 2023, from 2 to 3.30 CET.

"With this E-dialogue, we will conclude the series of events dedicated to various technical aspects of commercial urban farming. Our E-dialogues started in 2021 and included more than 40 speakers and experts in urban agriculture and were attended by almost 900 participants representing key stakeholders of the sector from 95 countries in five continents."

"In this final E-dialogue, our team of experts will present the main findings of our research. These include insights into several topics that are paramount for commercial urban farming, including technologies,
business models and sustainability."

"We encourage all traditional and innovative farmers, technology providers, investors, researchers, representatives of public authorities, and all interested parties to join this global dialogue. Together, we
can influence the future of commercial urban agriculture and make it more sustainable, efficient, and resilient."

"Mark your calendar and join us on Zoom for this informative and thought-provoking discussion. We look forward to your active participation."

Time and place
Friday, March 3, 2023, from 2 pm to 3:30 pm CET on the Zoom platform.

Please register for the e-dialogue: click here.

The registration for the e-dialogue is free of charge.
Upon registration, you will receive an email with the link to join the meeting.

Video recordings of previous E-dialogues are available on the YouTube Channel The New Role for Urban Farming.

For more information:
Food and Agriculture Organisation UN

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