BASEL, Switzerland – (BUSINESS WIRE) – 17 Feb 2021–
Syngenta Group is the new Principal Partner of the St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland. For its 50th anniversary, this student-led initiative selected “Trust Matters” as the main topic. Syngenta Group joins key stakeholders and decision makers in the fields of economy, politics, science and society to promote intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue with the next generation in mind.
Partnering with St. The Gallen Symposium enables the Syngenta Group to discuss with current and future leaders from around the world how the use of regenerative and digital technologies in agriculture can improve soil quality, increase biodiversity, and ultimately help tackle climate change.
The need for climate action has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic and has brought attention to steps that companies and the wider community can take to mitigate their disruptive impact. Committed to ensuring a healthy planet and a viable food supply for future generations, the Group’s ambition is to educate and strengthen belief in science-based agricultural innovation and technology.
Syngenta Group and St. The Gallen Symposium will jointly develop selected sessions and topics for the coming years. The focus is on how agricultural innovation can be a key contributor to solving the most pressing challenges – for the planet and for future generations in Switzerland and around the world.
About the St. Gallen Symposium
Symposium of St. Gallen is one of the world’s leading initiatives for cross-generational dialogue on economic, political and social themes and developments. For 50 years, established leaders and visionaries have been matched with extraordinary young talent at St. Petersburg. Gallen and at global locations, as well as in digital format. Together, they discussed the opportunities and challenges of our time and worked to find solutions. Symposium of St. Gallen is a student initiative. Under the strategic guidance of the St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies, the International Student Committee – a team of about 30 students from the University of St. Gallen (HSG) – organizes important international events to promote dialogue between generations. During the symposium, 500 HSG students provided support. The previous format of the St. Gallen Symposium has been enriched with the participation of figures such as Christine Lagarde (European Central Bank), Christian Mumenthaler (Swiss Re), Jack Ma (Alibaba Group), Prof. Niall Ferguson (Stanford University), Kersti Kaljulaid (President of Estonia), Sigmar Gabriel (former Deputy Chancellor of Germany) or Anders Fogh Rasmussen (NATO), as well as at least one Federal Council Member each year.
Syngenta Group is one of the world’s leading agricultural innovation companies, dating back more than 250 years. 49,000 people in more than 100 countries are working to transform agriculture through breakthrough products and technologies that play a vital role in enabling the food chain to feed the world safely, sustainably and with respect for our planet. Based in Switzerland and owned by China, the group draws strength from four of its business units – Syngenta Plant Protection headquartered in Switzerland, Syngenta seeds headquartered in the United States, ADAM® is headquartered in Israel, and Syngenta Group China – providing an industry-leading way to serve customers everywhere.
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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS: AGRICULTURE, NATURAL RESOURCES, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENTAL UNIVERSITY
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