INRAE is organizing a PEER-Alternet Science-policy interface webinar on January 11, from 1:30pm to 3pm CET. The webinar will focus on the example of a collective scientific expert report at the request of public authorities on the impacts of plant protection products on biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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Discover the findings of the collective scientific expert report on the impacts of these products on biodiversity and ecosystem services, from the point of application to marine environments, in mainland and overseas France. Get a summary of the report.
Opening by Thierry Caquet, Scientific Director for the Environment of INRAE, Chair of the PEER Partnership and Allan Watt, UKCEH, Chair of the Alternet Management Board
- Introductive keynote speech
- Collective scientific assessment at INRAE: a tool to enlighten public debate and inform policymaking by Guy Richard, Head of the Directorate for collective scientific assessment, foresight and advanced studies (DEPE) at INRAE
- The collective scientific assessment on “The impacts of plant protection products on biodiversity and ecosystem services”
Results of the study and its impacts on public action: Laure Mamy and/or Stéphane Pesce, INRAE, scientific coordinators of the collective scientific expertise
Origin of the request and use of the study at national level: Marc Moroni, Head of the Research department, French Ministry of Ecological Transition
Use of the study for European regulation: Tobin Robinson, Head of Environment, Plants & Ecotoxicology, Risk Assessment Production Department at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
- Open discussion with the participants: ALTERNET & PEER communities