2. Environmentally Sound Livestock Production

Thessaloniki, 4th April 2018

Aim of the workshop

LivAge is a COST action aimed to is to enhance international discipline cooperation for exchanging ideas and knowledge, sharing good practices, assess technologies that could result in reducing the emissions of GHGs and ammonia from livestock buildings and thus to lead to a more environmental friendly and sustainable livestock production. LivAge has four main pillars as illustrated in the relative figure. In this framework, the Institute of Bio-Economy and Agrotechnology (IBO) of the Center for Research and Technology-HELLAS (CERTH) and the Laboratory of Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Faculty, Aristotle University (AUTH) are jointly organise a workshop focusing on the Environmentally Sound Livestock Production. The workshop will held on the 4th of April 2018, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Agenda

Wednesday, 4th of April 2018  
08.30 ‐ 09.00REGISTRATION
09.00 – 11.00FIRST SESSION OF PRESENTATIONS
WG 1Monitoring indoor climate and gaseous emissions from animal production
buildings
WG 2Modelling ammonia and GHG emissions from animal production buildings
moderated by André Aarnink
11.00 ‐ 11.30COFFEE BREAK
11.30 ‐ 13.00SECOND SESSION OF PRESENTATIONS
WG 3 Environmental assessment of housing systems and emission reduction
technologies
moderated by Kamila Kočí
WG 4 Technology/Knowledge Transfer ‐ Dissemination – Training‐Outreach
activities
moderated by Salvador Calvet
13.00 – 14.00DISCUSSIONS & DEBATES
[moderated by Guoqiang Zhang (LivAGE project coordinator)Catalin Dragomir (LivAGE local coordinator)]
14.00 LUNCH

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Assesment of ammonia emission levels from pig houses in the Netherlands: a modelling approachAndre Aarnink
Application of the EU Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) Methodology on the Supply Chain of Feta Cheese in GreeceV. Anestis, A. Vatsanidou and T. Bartzanas
Measuring and controlling ammonia emissions from intensive livestock units Karamanlis Xanthippos, Arsenos, Georgios, Fortomaris Paschalis
Best practices for improving the micro-environment in livestock buildingsV.K Firfiris
Emission research at ILVO’s Environmental Technology GroupIngrid Zwertvaegher
O ρόλος της διατροφής των ζώων στην παραγωγή αμμωνίας και αερίων του θερμοκηπίουΑκρίτας Καλούσης
Elimination of ammonia from livestock houses using photochemical oxidation Kamila Kočí
IMPACT OF HOUSING SYSTEMS ON GHG AND AMMONIA EMISSIONS IMPLICATIONS FOR FARM MANAGEMENT AND ANIMAL WELFAREKaratzia M.A., Termatzidou S.A.
Future trends in livestock waste management towards reducing pollutant emissions in a sustainable wayTHOMAS KOTSOPOULOS
Sensors, systems and equipment for monitoring the micro-environment and emissions in livestock buildingsKouvas Dimitrios
THE POTENTIAL OF FEED PILOT PLANT UTILIZATION IN INVESTIGATIONS OF AMMONIA AND GHG EMISSIONS FROM ANIMAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES DR VOJISLAV BANJAC