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At the heart of the global organic movement are farmers, advocates, producers, researchers, scientists, policymakers, organisations and brands with strong objectives and a common vision: to prepare a more sustainable and fairer world for all ecosystems.
Thanks to their precious support, the Organic World Congress 2021 promises to be rich in experience and encounters. The organic movement is coming together to exchange, share and grow together to face the challenges of tomorrow. Thank you to our sponsors and official partners!
Two days before the Congress, the pre-conferences offer time for exchange with a small group of experts and professionals, bringing together specialists from all over the world and contributing to networking between these players. The proposed themes will be discussed in-depth, with the aim of working on joint reflection and action.
Peggy Miars is President of IFOAM – Organics International. She is also on the Board of Directors of the IOAS, an international organic and sustainable accreditation organization. Since 2010, Peggy has served as Executive Director/CEO of the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) in Oregon, USA, and was previously Executive Director/CEO of California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF), North America’s largest organic certification body.
On 6-10 September, some 2,500+ organic stakeholders, farmers, researchers and policymakers will address questions around resilience, societal transformation, health, and food sovereignty during the world’s largest organic gathering. Join us virtually or on-site now!
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