Ecomondo 2022
  • Giovedì 10 Novembre 2022
  • 09:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Sala Bio-based Industry pad. D1
  • inglese
  • italiano

Organized by: Caviro S.C.A. R&D department

For years we have been persistently trying to find new solutions to combat climate change and its negative effects on the agricultural sector. The solution developed by the “Black to the Future“ (co-financed by the EIT FOOD and coordinated by the Caviro Group) could really make a difference. The project, in fact, has tested the potential of a new amendant called "CBmix®," composed of a mixture of compost and biochar (a carbonaceous material derived from the thermal degradation of agricultural prunings) that can enrich soils with organic matter and combat desertification and climate change by sequestering CO2 in soil. Thanks to the participation of national and international agronomic and environmental experts from different organizations - Caviro Group, Enomondo srl, University of Bologna, CRPV Soc. Coop., Cyprus University of Technology, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Urban Crops Solutions, Consorzio Italiano Compostatori (CIC), and Associazione Nazionale Biochar (ICHAR) – we are going to explain the circular approach of this project and its main results.

Programme 

The conference will be moderated by:
Lorenzo Tosi, Redazione Edagricole

9.30-10.05 Welcome and Introduction
• Carlo Dalmonte, President of the Caviro Group

• Sergio Celotti, CEO of Enomondo srl
The fertilizer market development in the last years

• Rosa Prati, R&D Manager of the Caviro Group
The “Black to the future” project: an introduction to the project and its future developments
The circular approach of Caviro Group

10.05-10.20 Carbon credits and the new European legislation

• Massimo Centemero, General Director of Consorzio Italiano Compostatori (C.I.C.)
The new organic fertilizers in Italy according to the new European directives

10.20-10.50 Climate change compost

• Alessandro Pozzi, ICHAR President
New biochar perspectives according to the new climate change regulations and policies

• Nicolas Greggio, University of Bologna
What is the CBMIX®? Preparation and characterization of this new amendant

10.50 Coffe Break

11.00-12.15 Scientific and final report data

• Alessandro Buscaroli, University of Bologna
Effects on soil after 2 years application of the new circular fertilizer

• Giovanni Nigro, R.INOVA
The scientific evidence about the biochar positive effects used directly in vineyard

• Miguel Angel Sanchez-Monedero, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC)
The CBMIX® effect on fast growing crops

• Michalakis Christoforou, Cyprus University of Technology (CUT)
Report and results about phytosanitary treatments

• Maarten Vandecruys, Urban Crops Solutions
Results about the adoption of the CBMIX® in the indoor vertical agriculture

12.15-12.30 Conclusion
Giovanni Ferrucci, Enomondo srl
Compost, market opportunities and further development

12.30 Final Q&A