EAAP + WAAP + Interbull Congress 2023

Lyon, France - August 26th / September 1st, 2023

WAAP sessions

Scientific program WAAP Lyon 2023, France

“Climate change, biodiversity and global sustainability of Animal Production”

Sunday August 27th


Preliminary program (2023/01/09)

Morning: “Control of Green House Gas emissions in Ruminants farming”

  • Kris JOHNSON, Washington State University, USA : “The real place of livestock in GHG emissions and their control for climate change”
  • Dominik WISSER, Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), Italy: “Global GHG emission update”
  • Anouk VAN BREUKEULEN, Wageningen University Reseach (WUR), The Netherlands: “Genetic control of ruminant methane emissions in livestock”
  • Claudia ARNDT, International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Kenya : “Most effective strategies to mitigate methane emissions by ruminants”
  • HA Bart LARDNER, Univ Saskatchewan, Canada : “Tannins, legumes and methane production by ruminants”
  • Diego MORGAVI, Institut national de Recherche pour l’Agriculture, l’Alimentation et l’Environnement (INRAE), France : « Early life dietary intervention in dairy calves results in a long-term reduction in methane emissions”

Afternoon: “Biodiversity as a lever for sustainable animal production”

  • Julian CHARA, Centro para la Investigación en Sistemas Sostenibles de Producción Agropecuaria (CIPAV), Colombia : “Sustainable intensification of animal production with sylvopastoral systems”
  • Anne MOTTET, Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), Italy: “Sustainability of low-inputs livestock systems”
  • An MO NOTENBAERT, Alliance Biovers Int & Int Ctr Trop Agr, Africa Hub, Kenya : “Agroecological transformations of livestock production systems”
  • To be confirmed : “Challenges of managing livestock in areas where large predators occur”
  • Joram M. MWACHARO, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Ethiopia : “Community-based breeding programs (CBBPs) for genetic improvement of local breeds in smallholder farms”
  • Abdelhak RHOUMA, University of Sousse, Tunisia : “Ecology of cultivated vegetation, fungal diversity and livestock populations in oasis”


NB: Some of the titles may be modified until the meeting