Symposium One Health Bleu-Blanc-Cœur 2021
September 28th

By: BLEU-BLANC-COEUR

05/12/2021
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We are pleased to announce a new edition of the symposium « One Health: health of the Soil, animals and people« , proposed by the Association Bleu-Blanc-Cœur with the scientific support of the INRAE and Valorex, for 2 new digital sessions in 2021 to speak about the topics of food, health and environment:

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 (2pm-4.30pm – French time zone) : «Nutrition at the heart of public health and engine of a virtuous economy»
->  Here the programRegister

 Tuesday, September 28, 2021 (10.00am – 12.30pm) : « One Health: the health is at the heart of agricultural systems as a driver for creating value »
->  Below the program /  Register

#OneHealth2021 –Broadcast #2

September 28th, 2021 at 10.00am-12.30pm (French time zone)

Theme: « One Health: the health is at the heart of agricultural systems as a driver for creating value »


Program (subject to update)

  10.00 am Welcome

Quick review of the 1st session of One Health: « Nutrients that are valuable to act as a barrier to virus and save lives: Omega-3,Vitamin D, Polyphenols, Fibers, etc. »

10.05 am – Introduction – (10 min)

 » One Health: the health is at the heart of agricultural systems as a driver for creating value »


What climate, animal health and economic effects are associated with a « One Health » approach aiming a balanced intakes in Vitamin D3, Omega-3, Polyphenols, Fibers, etc.,on the plate of the eater?

10.15 pm – Environmental impacts and societal services of different farming and breeding models (organic, conventional, Bleu-Blanc-Coeur, etc.) – (20 min)

by Michel DURU,
Research director at INRAE – Project manager

10.35 am – Animal greenhouse gas emissions: Environmental and nutritional impacts of breeding choices – (20 min)

by Jean-Louis PEYRAUD,
Research director at INRAE – Joint research unit: Physiology, Environment and Genetics for Animals and Livestock Systems (PEGASE) in Rennes, FRANCE

10.55 amOpen questions/answers


Food and climate:

when agriculture provides substantiated, significant and rapid responses to climate issues

11.20 pm – How to assess the societal costs and benefits of a diet with high nutritional density on public health and on the distribution of values? For economic reasons, should we open up the subject of preventive nutrition versus curative health (vaccines, drugs)?  – (20 min)

By Louis-Georges SOLER,
Deputy Scientific Director « Food and Bioeconomy » at INRAE

11.40 am – Can we measure health benefits for breeding animal that consume and produce these intersting healthy nutrients?– (20 min)

by Guillaume CHESNEAU, Research & Innovation director at Valorex,
and
Jocelyn MARGUERIE, Veterinarian, Réseau Cristal

12.05 pm – Environmental impacts measurement, tools and methods deployed by Bleu-Blanc-Cœur for the payment of environmental services (10 min)

by Nathalie Kerhoas, Director at Bleu-BLanc-Coeur)
and/or
Pierre Weill, Co-Chairman at Bleu-Blanc-Coeur

12.15 pm ◈ Open questions/answers (10mn)

12h25 : Conclusion

by Prof Philippe LEGRAND (Professor of Biochemistry, INSERM)


DETAILS:

This scientific knowledge-sharing symposium will be broadcast on a digital platform (accessible to all free of charge, subject to registration, display in both English and French).
The 2020 edition of « One Health » brought together more than 2,200 attendees from more than 35 countries (stakeholders in the agri / agro sectors, health professionals, food trades, scientists, etc.)

These days of transmission and sharing of knowledge will be focus on the One Health subject and measurable link between the health of soil, animal, plants and people, explaining:
  the scientific links between the nutrients in our diet and the resistance mechanisms of our body (immunity, inflammation) against virus.
   the arrival of these nutrients on our plates throughout the food chain with their measurable collateral effects on the ecosystem’s health and the social aspects
     the positive and measured collateral impacts on the health and well-being of animals, the climate and the economy of our ecosystems

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