International Conference Demonstrates Many Initiatives to Make Ornamental Horticulture More Sustainable

Sustainability is now a high priority, at the Board level, for many businesses in the ornamental horticulture industry. Not only is it critical for making a better world, but it is a core part of business decision making.

‘There is No More Time to Waste’ for Improving Sustainability in Ornamental Horticulture

“It is vital that impactful sustainability measures are adopted as the norm across the industry,” says Dr David Bek, “There is no more time to waste.” Dr Bek is a Reader in Sustainable Economies based at the Research Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University (UK), where he co-leads the Sustainable Production and Consumption Cluster. He is the keynote speaker for ‘The Path to Sustainability in Ornamental Horticulture’ Virtual Conference on 30th September, sponsored by Royal FloraHolland and PERA and organised by The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) in partnership with GreenTech Live & Online, Floriculture Sustainability Initiative (FSI) and FloraCulture International (FCI).

Growers and Traders Discuss the Impacts of Brexit on the Global Ornamental Horticulture Industry

The first webinar, in association with the UK’s Horticultural Trades Association (HTA), took place on Wednesday 2 December, with a focus on preparing for the importing and exporting of plants, trees and bulbs.

COVID-19 Impacts: Flower and Ornamental Plants Market Will Accelerate at a CAGR of Over 6%

August 10, 2020 Technavio

The market is fragmented, and the degree of fragmentation will accelerate during the forecast period.

Financial Support Necessary for Ornamental Horticulture Producers During COVID-19 Pandemic

The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) recognises that many governments have announced financial support packages for businesses in their country. However, some governments do not understand the specific threats facing ornamental horticultural producers.