Tina Siegenthaler said it best: "This is so powerful!" The young organic farmer and environmental activist from Dietikon, Zurich, said after the event, "800 people pulling together for the same cause - that makes a big impression.”
Florian Blumer, Editor
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The Biovision Symposium at the Volkshaus Zurich on 16 November, 2019, created an optimistic atmosphere. Under the topic of partnerships, representatives of icipe and BvAT reported on their cooperation with Biovision.
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Engaged Discussion - Emotional Farewell
During a podium discussion, Biovision President Hans R. Herren and Federal Parliamentarian and Biovision Foundation Board Member Maya Graf spoke with young activists about the ecological movement’s current upsurge and the opportunities that agroecology can offer. As a closing, Andreas Schriber was given an emotional farewell by his employees. The long-standing CEO and co-founder of Biovision will move on to the African partner organisation BvAT on 1 January 2020. Dr. Frank Eyhorn, an esteemed agroecology expert already known at Biovision through previous cooperation, will take his place.