DAY 2 - TUESDAY, MAY 24

GREEN WINE FUTURE AFRICA

In Association with Wines of South Africa

08.00am to 2.00pm (GMT+2/UTC+2) South Africa Time Zone

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08.00 – 09.00 – Review Day 1

09.00 - 09.15 – Welcome speeches

  • Siobhan Thompson

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09.15 – 09.30 – Keynote 5 – HANS SCHULTZ: DIFFERING ASPECTS OF BIODIVERSITY, TOURISM, CARBON SEQUESTRATION

SPONSORED BY:

DAVID FURER CONSULTS

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09.30 – 10.30 – Session 7: BIODIVERSITY AND THE VINEYARD OF TOMORROW – As more attention is paid to organic, biodynamic, and regenerative agriculture, it has become clear that the monoculture we’ve establish for grape growing seriously jeopardizes the future of wine. By embracing more biodiversity, wineries are discovering that they are making better wine, they are also tending healthier vines. The panel will discuss the benefits of introducing more biodiversity to grape growing.

SPONSORED BY: BAROSSA AUSTRALIA

  • Moderator: Birte Jantzen

  • Gian Matteo Baldi

  • Olga Barbosa

  • Jonathan Hamlet

  • Prue Henschke

  • Lydia Bourguignon

10.30 – 10.45 – Networking & Coffee Break

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10.45 – 11.45 – Session 8: THE FUTURE OF WINE TOURISM – As both wine tourism and eco-tourism continue to grow, how do we bridge the gap? Decisions made by Millennials and Gen Z on where and how to spend their leisure time has grown to be closely tied to their personal values, and which frequently extend businesses applying sustainable practices. These presenters explore what wine producers should do to be better corporate citizens while tapping into the market for eco-friendly wine tourism.

SPONSORED BY: TOTA

  • Moderator: Gergely Szolnoki

  • Marisah Nieuwoudt

  • Niklas Ridoff

  • Anna Brittain

  • Catherine Leparmentier

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11.45 – 12.45 – Session 9: WHAT IS CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND WHY SHOULD WE CARE? – As we know CO2 is a major byproduct of winemaking playing a significant role in global climate change. There is a real and urgent need for a long, unprecedented and sustained effort to “de-carbonize” our atmosphere with the achievement of carbon neutrality no longer considered adequate. This panel will explore carbon capture technologies and techniques and other ways of becoming “carbon negative”.

SPONSORED BY: CAVE DE GAN JURANÇON

  • Moderator: Erica Duecy

  • Robert White

  • Joseph Brinkley

  • Josep Ribas Portella

  • Anél Blignaut

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12.45 – 13.00 – Keynote 6 – PAUL COLDITZ: TOWARDS FAIRER WINEMAKING

SPONSORED BY: DAVID FURER CONSULTS

13.30 – 14.30 - Networking & Lunch Break - Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to discuss the morning session and expectations for the afternoon.

GREEN WINE FUTURE PORTUGAL

In Association with Wines of Portugal

2.00pm to 6.30pm (GMT+1/UTC+1) Portugal Time Zone

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14.00 – 14.15 – Welcome speeches

  • Frederico Falcão

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14.15 – 14.30 – Keynote 7: KIM NICHOLAS: WINE LOVER, THE CLIMATE NEEDS YOU!

SPONSORED BY:

DAVID FURER CONSULTS

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​​14.30 - 15.30 - Session 10: THE PORTO PROTOCOL – The Porto Protocol emerged as a key outcome of the Climate Change Leadership conferences of 2018 and 2019 in Porto. The mission of the foundation is to drive collaborative action by bringing together a network of change makers and workable climate solutions for and within the wine world. This session will highlight the latest developments and why the Porto Protocol is more relevant than ever.

SPONSORED BY: PORTO PROTOCOL

  • Moderator: Adrian Bridge

  • Tom Croghan

  • Simon Grier

  • Luis Cerdeira

  • Robert Eden

  • Carlo Mondavi

  • Nicolas Quillé

15.30 – 15.45 – Networking & Coffee Break - Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to share insights regarding the last session and discuss what you’d like to see in the next session.

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15.45 – 16.45 – Session 11: THE UPS & DOWNS OF VINEYARD LOCATIONS - Climate change has forced us to rethink our old ways of thinking, our traditions, our grapevines, our grape varieties, and our terroir. As we think about the future of our industry, and specifically our own businesses, we might find ourselves venturing forth to new heights (higher elevation, cooler vineyard locations) or new frontiers (moving outside of our existing region). These speakers will discuss how businesses have acted upon or will act upon our climate-changing future with regards to their current and future location of vineyards.

SPONSORED BY: FERRARI TRENTO

  • Moderator: Dan Petroski

  • João Santos

  • Álvaro Gonzalez

  • Camilla Lunelli

  • James Robson

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16.45 – 17.45 - Session 12: GREENING THE SUPPLY CHAIN- Transport accounts for around one-fifth of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In some countries – often richer countries with populations that travel often – transport can be one of the largest segments of an individual's carbon footprint. Along with supply issues due to the global pandemic and sociopolitical events, supply chain issues are top of mind for the industry. This panel offers perspectives on reducing the transport carbon footprint and ways to make the supply chain greener.

SPONSORED BY: WINEALLY

  • Moderator: Fabio Piccoli

  • Sara Norrell

  • Rafael Del Rey

  • Pierre Corvisier

  • Sandra Carvão

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17.45 – 18.00 – Keynote 8 – CHIEF CLARENCE LOUIE: SEVEN GENERATIONS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

SPONSORED BY:

TOTA