On April 12, the French Institute of Vine and Wine, IFV, organizes its annual multi-event «Les Entretiens du Beaujolais et les Assises de l’Agroecologie en Beaujolais«, around carbon and different contents included in the Green Vineyards project. The meeting is aimed at operators of the Beaujolais vineyard and of surrounding areas, vine and wine advisors and permanent staff of structures such as ODGs (Defence and management bodies), oenologists, etc., and BTS viti-oeno students. Between 100 and 150 people are expected.

Green Vineyards partners with NOVATERRA to make vineyards more sustainable 

The collaboration between NOVATERRA and Green Vineyards is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable viticulture.

NOVATERRA, an EU-funded H2020 project, is dedicated to ensuring food security and promoting access to healthy food for the growing population. Focusing on Mediterranean olive groves and vineyards through a series of case studies, the project aims to explore the possibility of maintaining current yields and quality in Europe and other regions while eliminating or significantly reducing the use of contentious plant protection products, commonly known as pesticides.

Collaboration is key to tackling complex challenges and maximising the impact of creating a supportive ecosystem that encourages the adoption of sustainable practices at every level of the agricultural supply chain. By working together, NOVATERRA and Green Vineyards represent a significant advancement in the pursuit of sustainable agriculture and human health.

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