2nd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference

Exhibitors & Sponsors

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Choose from a variety of sponsorship and commercial options to raise your profile and position your company as a thought leader in the community.

Reasons why being a sponsor is a brilliant marketing strategy

  • Highly targeted marketing – reach your community
  • Brand awareness & recognition – logo and advertisement placement
  • Access to knowledge – find out about new research being undertaken
  • Engage with your audience –  at the event and online
  • Media exposure – benefit from  being promoted throughout Elsevier’s marketing process
  • Enhance credibility – highlight your company’s expertise to a captive audience
  • Generate new sales & form new partnerships – with registrants, vendors and speakers
  • Leveraged lead generation – the chance to be recommended to attendees’ connections

An exhibition will run alongside the conference sessions. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, a range of commercial sponsorship opportunities are available.

To discuss your requirements or to book sponsorship or exhibit space please contact:

Assaf Rozenberg
Conference Sponsorship Sales Executive
T: +31 20 4852364
M: +31 65 11 88 625
Email: a.rozenberg@elsevier.com


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ADC Bioscientific Ltd

ADC Bioscientific Ltd

At ADC Bioscientific Ltd we build on nearly 50 years’ experience as manufacturers of research-driven, portable and user friendly instrumentation. Our renowned IR gas analysis technology is incorporated into devices used worldwide in climate monitoring, plant science and soil research for agricultural resilience. Our latest in soil respiration systems; the EGA60, combines CO2 and H20 analysis with a gas multiplexer in one, versatile unit for multi-sample study. An impressive range of chlorophyll fluorometers, combined with lightweight photosynthesis systems, enable C3 and C4 plant stress analysis to suit all budgets and applications. The latest Plant Stress Probe (PSP32) allows monitoring of up to 32 plants at once, both night and day for any length of time.
We look forward to meeting you!

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Introducing innovative precision farming techniques in AGRIculture to decrease CARbon Emissions

The LIFE+ AGRICARE (LIFE13 ENV IT 0583)project objective is to demonstrate how the application of advanced techniques in precision farming, combined with different types of no-till farming, can have important potential in terms of reducing greenhouse gases and soil protection. The project regards 4 different rotational crops (maize, soy bean, canola rape, wheat) and 4 different cultivation techniques (conventional, minimum tillage, strip tillage and no-till), at the pilot company Veneto Agricoltura in ValleVecchia (Venice, IT).

The specific objectives of the project are:
- Verify and demonstrate the effective potential of the precision farming techniques in terms of energy saving and greenhouse gas reduction.
- Analyze the efficiency of the machines used, enhanced by electronic precision farming devices which reduce CO2 emissions.
- Examine the suitable scenarios for the diffusion of such techniques in different Italian agricultural contexts and assess the threshold of economic convenience and environmental benefits.
- Assess through analytical models based on “ground, machine, climate” data and Life Cycle analysis (LCA) the long term effects of the experimented technologies introduced.
- Diffuse what examined and proven by tests, not only in the pilote site, to encourage the diffusion of such technologies and techniques.

The AGRICARE project is coordinated by Veneto Agricoltura in collaboration with University of Padua, Maschio Gaspardo and ENEA.

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Regent Instruments Inc

Source BioscienceRegent Instruments Inc. is committed to deliver high performance image analysis systems with advanced technology for researchers and specialists who study trees and plants. Each system performs precise measurements and analyses of a specific part of plant (e.g. tree rings, wood cells, roots, leaves or seeds) or for a specific application (e.g. forest canopy or Arabidopsis seedlings). Color analysis can be used to quantify insect and disease damages. A system includes a dedicated software program and a calibrated high quality scanner or a digital camera that can produce well contrasted images. Analyses are done easily by the software due to its specialized built-in knowledge. With clients in over 91 countries, our software programs are improved and updated regularly to comply with different needs and new trends in plant science worldwide.

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