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International conference about the adaptation to climate change of wine industry : from climatology to social sciences

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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 

Sustainable grape and wine production in the context of climate change 

Bordeaux, April 10-13, 2016

The wine industry, more than any other crop industries, needs to adapt to climate change. Given the socio-economic impact of wine production, the specific influence of climate on viticulture and wine quality, and the key issues of localization and innovations in this industry, it is worthwhile to explore not only the impacts of climate change on vine and wine but also the current and future adaptation strategies. Depending on the viticultural area under consideration, adaptation obviously raises distinct scientific issues. In all cases, however, it is clear that effective adaptation strategies will require a combination of different disciplines, technologies and approaches in both natural and social sciences.

Resonate this context, we were pleased to welcome you in Bordeaux under the auspices of the INRA ACCAF Meta-Program (Adaptation to Climate Change for Agrosystems and Forestry, projects LACCAVE and PERPHECLIM) to share common knowledge base on climate change issues, as well as gathering data, defining adaptation strategies and providing decision rules to address the critical issue of climate change adaptation for the wine industry. The 3-day symposium was organized in four topics: a) climate characterization and modelling at different scale and time levels, b) impacts of climate change on vine, wine and environment, c) possible adaptation strategies, d) evaluation of consumer perception and producer strategies. About 180 scientists and members of the industry presented and discussed their leading edge research in this forum. A more complete summary can be downloaded in the news section. Oral presentations will be available to be downloaded as soon as possible.

It was a real pleasure to meet you in Bordeaux last april !!

Partners involved in LACCAVE and PERPHECLIM are :

 

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Download oral presentations

https://www6.inra.fr/laccave/ClimWine2016

Book of abstracts, participant list, ClimWine poster, dossier de presse

The participant list, the final book of abstract and visuals of the conference are available here. Le dossier de presse est disponible ici.
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Our wine partners / Nos partenaires producteurs

The wines that you will taste during the symposium
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Partners / Partenaires

Partners / Partenaires du congrès

We thank all the partners of the symposium
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