#EAAGRIFOOD TWITTER CHAT | CARBON FARMING – OPPORTUNITY OR CONCERN?
Join EURACTIV and our Agrifood journalists on Tuesday 22 February for a Twitter Chat on Carbon Farming.
Our Twitter account @eaAgrifood will share the following questions on Twitter and invite you to share responses using #eaAgrifood:
Q1. What role do you see the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and its national strategic plans playing in supporting carbon farming?
Q2. A major concern related to carbon farming is the administrative burden on farmers. How can this best be eased?
Q3. Does the current discourse on carbon farming strike the right balance between removals and reductions of carbon?
Q4. How can we build the necessary credibility behind carbon credits?
Q5. All this considered, do you see carbon farming as more of an opportunity or a concern?
What is a Twitter chat, and how do you join?
A Twitter Chat is a discussion between Twitter users that get online at a pre-arranged date and time to discuss a specific topic using a designated #hashtag (for this chat it’s #eaAgrifood). The hashtag links the questions and answers in a virtual conversation.
As the host of the Twitter Chat, @eaAgrifood will post questions identified as Q1, Q2 and so on, to prompt answers from participants, which are identified as A1, A2 and so on. We will moderate the answers and ask follow up questions to participants. Please be sure to use the #eaAgrifood when answering the questions.
The Twitter Chat will last about an hour. The best way to see the entire conversation is to search for the hashtag #eaAgrifood on twitter and switch to the "latest tweets" tab.
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12:30 Start of #eaAgrifood Twitter Chat
13:30 End of #eaAgrifood Twitter Chat
The times are in CEST (Brussels time)
EURACTIV Community Team
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