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Coordinating institute

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Juliane Arasin M.A.
Department:
Project Coordination „Protein Paradoxes“
Leibniz Research Alliance Sustainable Food Production & Healthy Nutrition


Telephone: +49 (0)331 5699 868
Email: JArasin@atb-potsdam.de

Areas of research

In December 2016 the Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food and Nutrition' started the project 'Protein Paradoxes: Protein Supply under the Conditions of Climate Change – Production, Consumption and Human Health'. The project is funded by the Leibniz Association and aims to evaluate protein supply strategies under continuous global population growth and climate change.

The production of food and feed for protein-supply under the conditions of climate change will be one of the major challenges of the coming decades. Protein raises many and often controversial questions regarding sustainable production and consumption patterns, and human and animal health, without further increasing the environmental and climate burden - particularly with regard to a growing global demand for meat-based protein and the climate impact of animal-based protein production.

The project enables synergies in protein research within the Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food and Nutrition' as a unique cluster of scientific competency in the field of food production and nutrition. In particular postdoctoral scientists will cooperate and exchange in order to develop research approaches to tackle the grand societal challenges along the complete chain of protein production, consumption, and health.

http://www.leibniz-lebensmittel-und-ernaehrung.de/en/research/projects/protein-paradoxes/
 

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Events

Nov 7, 2019: Transforming our food systems for the future, Berlin

Some say our food systems are at a breaking-point and need to be transformed. In the frame of the Berlin Science Week 2019, Springer Nature invites to a panel discussion on transforming our food syste

Nov 10-16, 2019: ATB at AGRITECHNICA in Hanover

At the world's largest agricultural technology fair in Hanover, ATB presents current research on automated weed control in bushberry plantations: the project SunBot. ATB is guest at the BMEL booth in

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