Full program available for the 1st PhytoSUDOE stakeholders´ workshop (Bordeaux, 27th April 2017).

Full program available for the 1st PhytoSUDOE stakeholders´ workshop (Bordeaux, 27th April 2017).

Updated program (25th April 2017)


1st PhytoSUDOE Stakeholders´ Workshop

Thursday 27th April 2017

Amphitheatre 2, building A of the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, de Biologie et de Physique (ENSCBP), Bordeaux INP, 16 Avenue Pey Berland, 33607 Pessac

Local Organizing Committee: Dr Michel Mench (INRA), Pr Olivier Atteia (ENSEGID), Dr Florian Delerue (ENSEGID), Dr Grégory Cohen (ENSEGID), Dr Lilian Marchand (Biogeco), Dr Nadege Oustrière (Biogeco) and Mrs Sylvia Branchu (Biogeco)

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9:00 – 9:10
Welcome and introduction by conveners

The PhytoSUDOE project: concepts of phytomanagement and objectives / relationships with stakeholders
Petra Kidd (Instituto de Investigaciones Agrobiológicas de Galicia, Spain; PhytoSUDOE project coordinator)
The INTENSE project: objectives and outcomes (Aims, Working Packages, first results, relationships with stakeholders)
Arne Saebo (Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norway; INTENSE project coordinator) and Peter Schröder (Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen, Germany; INTENSE project co-coordinator)

Coffee (with posters from related projects)

Long-term phytomanaged field sites, results and success stories: an overview of PhytoSUDOE and INTENSE field networks
Michel Mench (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique INRA, Bordeaux, France; PhytoSUDOE project)
Phytostabilization of a mining soil by a legume pioneer plant and associated grasses: 10 years of field experiment
Marie-Pierre Isaure (University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour, France)
Plant-microorganism symbiosis: biological levers for the phytostabilisation of mine tailings
Souhir Soussou (Fertil’Innov Environnement and Lab. Symbioses Tropicales et Méditerranéennes, Montpellier, France)

Stakeholders presentations – first part
Rehabilitation of a (techno)soil contaminated by trace elements and PAH in a Phytomanagement perspective: The outlet of the Chaban-Delmas bridge, Bordeaux, France
Lilian Marchand and Damien Butin (INRA and Bordeaux metropole, France)
From ADEME’s perspectives: overview of actions promoting phytomanagement of contaminated sites (research programmes, implementations and perspectives)
Patrick Jacquemin and Frédérique Cadière (French Environment and Energy Management Agency; ADEME)

12:15 to 13:15

Stakeholders presentations – second part
Environmental policy on degraded/contaminated soils in the Basque Country
Ana Alzola (Basque Country Environment Agency; IHOBE)
Phytomanagement experiences of Basoinsa
Iñaki García (BASOINSA Environmental engineering and consultancy, Spain)
Sustainable mining of strategic minerals: the Penouta project
Veronica Mateos Aquilino (Strategic Minerals, Spain)
Florentaise: biochars for plants growth
Claire Grosbellet (Florentaise, France)
City park and urban backfill : a potential environmental management with phytoremediation?
R. Chapuis (Téréo, France)
Phytomanagement of polluted soils and sites: a viewpoint from a consultant in Engineering and Environmental Consulting
Dr Frédéric Bary (ARCADIS France, France)
Plant production for restoration projects
Aritz Orruño (VIVEROS ESKALMENDI, Spain)

Round Table (Lessons learnt, perspectives, future collaboration/interactions possibilities)
Moderators: Michel Mench, Peter Schröder and Frédérique Cadière


Agenda (PDF) can be downloaded here: 1st PhytoSUDOE Stakeholders workshop

More information about other events organized by PhytoSUDOE can be found at the events section.