Germany: German Industry Leaders Impressed by U.S. Sustainability Efforts

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FAS Berlin hosted a roundtable discussion on sustainability of agriculture, forestry, and fisheries with participants from both sides of the Atlantic at the U.S. Embassy Berlin on October 30, 2014. Members of the U.S. Sustainability Alliance and representatives from German agriculture and food industry shared with one another what sustainability means in their respective fields. German participants were impressed by what U.S. agriculture is already doing and demonstrated a strong interest to learn more. Both sides agreed that this should just be the first step and called for a continuous information exchange.

Germany: German Industry Leaders Impressed by U.S. Sustainability Efforts

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