The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL is one of the world’s leading institutes in the field of organic agriculture. FiBL’s strengths lie in its interdisciplinary research, innovations developed jointly with farmers and the food industry, solution-oriented development projects and rapid knowledge transfer from research into practice.
The task of the German Livestock Association (BRS) is to promote German breeding and animal husbandry – particularly for the animal species cattle and pig. This is achieved through the development of rules and principles that require a uniform approach, through the joint representation towards policy, the authorities and other organizations at national and international level, through cooperation with science, the support of research projects in all fields of animal breeding and animal husbandry and by promoting the quality of livestock production.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) leads international efforts to defeat hunger.
Livestock Systems-Ruminant livestock species such as cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats are generally much more dependent directly on the environment in which they live for fodder and feed resources than are pigs and chickens.
The Compost and Biogas Association Austria stands for organic recycling management, which is technologically possible, ecologically necessary and economically sensible.
The protection of soils and water, climate protection and the efforts in politics to anchor a sustainable economy and lifestyle in society determine our field of activity.
The European Compost Network is a membership organisation with 66 members from 27 European Countries. Members include all European bio-waste organisations and their operating plants, research, policy making, consultants and authorities. Via the member organisations, ECN represents more than 4500 experts and plant operators with more than 45 million tonnes