Questions and challenges emerging from the Green Deal promoted by the European Union will be at the heart of the Conference, including:
How to reduce greenhouse gases emissions and enhance carbon dioxide sequestrations;
How to improve our knowledge of complex ecosystems involved in ecological transition;
How to contribute to the debate on sustainable resource management.
The Conference aims to bring together scientists from a range of disciplines: geosciences, environment, soil, forest sciences, applied mathematics, geography, history, economy, and social and legal sciences. Such diversity is necessary in order to debate the major challenges posed by the European Green Deal.
3 plenary sessions
These sessions will focus on:
- Carbon storage;
- Matter and heat transfer;
- Use of land and subsurface for energy transition.
Several specific sessions
These specific sessions will focus on:
- Data management and computational sciences;
- Geological storage;
- Low-emission hydrocarbons;
- Biomass production and soil ecosystem services;
- Optimization in forest ecology and management;
- Agricultural land and wasteland;
- Metals for energy transition