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The goal of IAAS is to create mutual understanding among students in the field of agriculture across the world. In this truly global podcast, an IAAS member from one continent interviews a student from another continent. In this way, we hope to connect students and tell stories about ordinary life, ongoing projects and scientific discoveries. Tune in for IAAS!

The goal of IAAS is to create mutual understanding among students in the field of agriculture across the world. In this truly global podcast, an IAAS member from one continent interviews a student from another continent. In this way, we hope to connect students and tell stories about ordinary life, ongoing projects and scientific discoveries. Tune in for IAAS!

Location:

Belgium

Description:

The goal of IAAS is to create mutual understanding among students in the field of agriculture across the world. In this truly global podcast, an IAAS member from one continent interviews a student from another continent. In this way, we hope to connect students and tell stories about ordinary life, ongoing projects and scientific discoveries. Tune in for IAAS!

Language:

English


Episodes

S3#9 THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN INDONESIAN SOCIETY EMPOWERMENT

6/13/2022
Today, Reni (IAAS Indonesia) and Aliyah (IAAS Indonesia) discussed about how youth can empower the society. They also highlighted how Village Concept Project (VCP) is a form of the empowerment itself. The Village Concept Project (VCP) is one of IAAS Indonesia's flagship programs in the form of village service that contributes directly to SDGs 2030. VCP is carried out in partner villages of each Local Committee spread throughout Indonesia. There are main values ​​applied in developing a...

Duration:00:19:02

S3#8 NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS IN AGRICULTURE AND BEYOND

6/5/2022
Meet Yokateme, Valentina & Nischal! They are working on their Nature-based Solutions project as part of the NBS Student Challenge by @WUR Student Challenges and share their stories in this podcast. In this podcast, you go on a journey from the wetlands in Nepal, to green roofs & vertical farming in The Netherlands, and to the food forest in DR Congo. Even though the projects and contexts are highly diverse, you will hear that challenges, opportunities and ways of working do not differ as...

Duration:00:24:14

S3#7 ARGANIAN DAY: A NATIVE MOROCCOAN TREE SPECIES THAT SUPPORT TO REACH SDGs

5/22/2022
Have you ever heard about Argan tree? Where you can find it? Why is it special? Here we go! Argan tree is a native species grow in Morocco (even only can grow in one region). In this podcast, Chaima (IAAS Morocco) and Fatima (IAAS Morocco) will discuss more about Argan trees fact! Also, how this Argan trees contribute to SDGs. Enjoy the podcast and let us know what do you thing about that on our instagram account @iaa.podcast!

Duration:00:15:02

S3#6. FIRST EXPERIENCE IN IAAS EVENT: EDM IN BELGIUM

4/28/2022
Aya (IAAS Morocco) interviewed Clara (IAAS Spain) and Niki (IAAS Greece) about their experience in EDM Belgium last March. As new member of IAAS, they shared a lot of fun and insightful experience during the program. Listen to this podcast to know more about their full story! Enjoy!

Duration:00:16:44

S3#5. WOMEN'S ROLE IN AGRICULTURE

3/29/2022
Do you know that the women's population in agriculture is bigger than men? And then how vital is the role of these women in Agriculture? In this special episode, Chaima Mobarak (IAAS Morocco), Ranthi Whesi Umbarani (Project Associate of GrowAsia) and Clare Aryani (Co-founder of Pepelakan farm) discussed about this interesting topic based on their experience as professional practice.

Duration:00:23:51

S3#4: Smart Farming with Krone

3/21/2022
In this Episode, Willa (IAAS NL) will interview Stefan Niehof from Krone (green) Germany. Krone (green) is a German company that manufacturing modern forage harvesting equipments to the highest quality standards and at competitive prices. They have been established for more than 100 years. With IAAS Podcast, Krone tells more how are they commitments and strategies to support smart farming in this era. So, let's check this out!

Duration:00:32:57

S3#3 WOCO – Know More about IAAS World Congress 2022 in Moroco

3/7/2022
In this episode, Houda (IAAS Morocco) and Nizar (IAAS Morocco) will discuss about upcoming event of IAAS Morocco which is WOCO 2022. But firstly, Nizar will tell his interesting stories about IAAS. I guess you can't wait to listen to it, so enjoy!

Duration:00:17:40

S3#2 Why you shouldn't miss upcoming ExCo Meeting-2022 Peru?

2/21/2022
Hello everyone! Welcome back! In this podcast, Suman (IAAS Nepal) interviewed Victoria (IAAS Peru) about ExCo Meeting 2022 that will be held in Peru. They discussed about what is that and why you should not miss it! A lot of fruitful information there! Enjoy!

Duration:00:28:35

S3#1. Sustainable Valentine - Express love to your special one and the earth

2/14/2022
In this episode, Lisanne Moreau a sustainable lifestyle coach will share the tips on how to be romantic to your special one and also the earth in valentine's day! Enjoy! For more information about sustainable lifestyle you can visit Lisanne's social media: Instagram: @groengraag Blog: https://www.groengraag.nl

Duration:00:16:39

Boris (UNEP) about living sustainably with the Anatomy of Action framework

9/23/2021
Welcome to the next episode of the IAAS Podcast! Join Boris Le Montagner (United Nations Environment Programme) and David Mornout (IAAS Netherlands) in this podcast about what actions everyone can take to have a more sustainable lifestyle. By many examples, Boris shows that sustainability is not only better for the earth, but also better for you! This is relevant always, but in particular for an event organized by UNEP from September 28th - October 12th, on which background information is...

Duration:00:22:39

#6: What benefits does agroforestry provide?

6/26/2021
This week's episode will be about agroforestry! Wout will interview Willa and Ardy about the possibilities of combining agriculture with trees. What are the benefits of agroforestry, and what are the drawbacks? And does it have potential as a large-scale production system? Tune in to find out!

Duration:00:21:54

#5: What are the challenges faced when working in the dairy industry?

6/19/2021
In this week’s podcast, Sonia and Pablo will approach the challenges of working within the dairy industry and studying abroad. Our interviewee has pursued a life career in animal sciences and she gives a call to youth to participate actively and contribute consciously to the agri-food sector in order to feed the world. Wageningen University & Research *WUR doesn't influence the podcast's content and is not responsible for anything stated.

Duration:00:25:07

#4: How to protect our wildlife?

6/14/2021
In this episode, Tayla will tell you about her experiences in wildlife conservation. She has studied sharks and rays in Indonesia, but she is currently working on exciting projects in Australia. Her friend and fellow IAAS member, Andin, asks her everything about her experiences. Tune in now! Wageningen University & Research *WUR doesn't influence the podcast's content and is not responsible for anything stated.

Duration:00:37:59

#3: Marie and Majo about the wonders of public relations

6/5/2021
In this episode, Marie will tell you about organizing an international conference and building partnerships as an association. With her experience at different positions within IAAS and her role in organizing ICYA, she can tell you all about the wonders of public relations. Tune in! Wageningen University & Research *WUR doesn't influence the podcast's content and is not responsible for anything stated.

Duration:00:20:22

#2: Training bees to detect COVID-19

5/29/2021
In this podcast, Evangelos Kontos shares all about a current research project on the role of bees in detecting COVID-19. He is currently an intern at the start-up InsectSence, which explores the possibilities of using insect behaviour to provide relevant solutions, e.g. in the fields of disease diagnostics. Tune in! Wageningen University & Research *WUR doesn't influence the podcast's content and is not responsible for anything stated.

Duration:00:13:34

#1: How do you learn English?

5/22/2021
Hello FamilIAAS ! This episode of the IAAS podcast showcases Ilyas Maarouf of Morocco and his experience in English language lessons during the summer of 2020 with host and English teacher, Adam Bittner of IAAS USA. The two discuss language learning as it applies to communication in an increasingly globalized world and how understanding our own shortcomings in language and communication creates the will to self-improve and continuously move forwards. Thank you Ilyas for your unique...

Duration:00:21:13

#0: Season 2 launched LIVE from Rotterdam with Omar (IAAS' President)

5/17/2021
On Sunday, 16th of May, season 2 of the IAAS podcast launched from the vibrant city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. IAAS' global president, Omar Farhate, joined the two editors of the podcast, Thomas Westhoff and Ardy Saarloos, in the launch of the second season. Omar told about the developments inside IAAS and Thomas and Ardy touched upon the vision for the next season of the podcast. Enjoy! Don't forget to watch the livestream back to see the beautiful city of Rotterdam. You can find it on...

Duration:00:21:23

#10: Aya's adventure from a party invitation to the control board

5/8/2021
Hello FamilIAAS! Episode #10 of @iaas.podcast is out now! What happens when you become part of IAAS? Does it change you, or do you change it? Where are you in an association of 10 000 students? You might think you're really small, but when being part of a network, interchanges go both ways. This is the story of Aya Mounier, currently part of the Control board of IAAS World. What started as a simple invitation to a party can lead to a worldwide function. But what does it take? And what...

Duration:00:24:12

#9: Anne-Marie and her journey to become IAAS world president

5/1/2021
In this podcast Anne-Marie shares her journey in becoming an IAAS member and establishing an IAAS Chapter in Zimbabwe. She narrates how one IAAS event in the USA led to a lifetime experience, memorable moments that have built confidence in her love for agriculture . Wageningen University & Research *WUR doesn't influence the podcast's content and is not responsible for anything stated.

Duration:00:23:45

#8: Benja and Nina about their exchange to Japan

4/24/2021
Hello FamilIAAS! Episode #8 of @iaas.podcast is out now! In this podcast, Benja Faecks from Germany shares her stories about IAAS as a member and one of the founders of IAAS Netherlands. In the interview by Nina Maaswinkel, they discuss the cultural differences, good food, and student life of Japan! Tune in for IAAS! Check out the podcast on the link in @iaas.podcast Instagram or check here: https://iaaspodcast.buzzsprout.com #IAASPodcast #ThinkGloballyActLocally #GoFurtherGoIAAS

Duration:00:25:08