Energy, agriculture, at the heart of the transition
Faced with the ecological crisis and demographic growth, humanity must commit to ensuring the sustainability of energy and agricultural practices. Against a backdrop of dwindling natural resources, their current over-exploitation is detrimental to the health of ecosystems and the well-being of populations. Energy management, whether renewable or not, gives rise to a multitude of interpretations. As for food security, it involves freeing ourselves from dependence on fossil fuels, while guaranteeing the creation of value for farmers. However, the pressure of human activities on resources is often too great, leading to their decline. By combining energy and agriculture, what solutions are available to us to ensure their preservation? Should we develop new design and production processes, while guaranteeing green public procurement? Does the energy transition necessarily require us to reduce our consumption? Does better farming mean more efficient behavior? By integrating new energies to serve the agricultural sector?
FNSEA (Fédération nationale des syndicats d'exploitants agricoles)