Between 21-25 November 2022, the SFE2-GfÖ-EEF joint meeting took place in Metz, France, under the slogan “Ecology and Evolution: New perspectives and societal challenges”.
Against the backdrop of cutting-edge researchers, science policymakers, and leading teachers from around the globe, SHOWCASE members had the pleasure of presenting their latest work on integrating biodiversity in agricultural management in France. Specifically, Thomas Perrot presented the results of a study on how environmentally friendly landscape management improves oilseed rape yields by increasing pollinators and reducing pests.
Read the abstract on page 10 of the abstract book of oral communications here.
Photo: Thomas Perrot showing results of integrating biodiversity in agricultural management in France at the SFE2-GFÖ-EEF joint ecological meeting.