Association des Chambres d'Agriculture de l'Arc Atlantique
Pascal works for the Association des Chambres d'Agriculture de l'Arc Atlantique
He is the European director of cooperation for the group, and is in charge of introducing new practices and methods which might help farmers and other potential end users, offering solutions to issues they might face.
Pascal is also a member of the EIP-AGRI consortium for the Innovation in EU.
He is particularly keen on the possibility of producing algal with farm digestate to feed animals as it would be a way to reduce the effects of transportation as well as creating a circular economy for the farming community.
Nina Bailet joined the Association des Chambres d’Agriculture de l’Arc Atlantique and the ALG-AD project in February 2019.
She works as projects officer, and within the ALG-AD project, she assists with the administration, communication and project activities follow-up.
She has a master degree in European Project Management, and has 5 years’ experience working in this field.
Clara Diebolt joined the Association des Chambres d’Agriculture de l’Arc Atlantique and the ALG-AD project in March 2020 as scientific communication project officer.
Clara's focus will be on developing a permanent exhibition around ALG-AD technology at the Derval experimental farm in France. To this end she is involved in the design of communication and dissemination tools for the project.
She has a 10 years’ experience working in scientific communication and is passionate about innovative projects related to renewable energy and the circular economy - such as ALG-AD.
You can find out more about Clara by visiting her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claradiebolt/?locale=en_US
Maëlle Dagron joined the Association des Chambres d’Agriculture de l’Arc Atlantique as a communication officer to support the creation of webinar in November 2020.
In the ALG-AD project, she works on the webinar cycle and assists with the communication and the graphic design.