THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN IMPLEMENTING NEW TRENDS IN AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGES PUBLISHEDLigia Lavinia OLARIU1, Laura Iosefina ȘMULEAC1, R. PAȘCALĂU1 1 Banat’s University of Agriculture Science and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timisoara firstname.lastname@example.org
Agriculture and climate change are areas currently registering a very high evolution and progress, and in all the new trends in the last years, the English language has become imperative in developing all the activities, in the day by day activities, within all domains, from production, to research, to customer and providers, from where all the fertilizers, products, technologies, equipment, are brought into the local, national and regional market, but also regarding all the regulations and provisions issued by the European competent authorities in the fields. Consequently, the knowledge of an appropriate English language has become highly required at all levels, from private companies and employees to public ones, especially Higher education institutions and vocation centres for perfection within these areas. For the agricultural and food sector, the priority is therefore the agroecological transition to continue to feed people by taking into account climate change, fighting against the erosion of the biodiversity and meeting societal expectations. This transition will allow us to implement the new trends in agriculture and climate changes as possible solutions for a sustainable development in several related areas, but not without a higher level of English language, overpassing the basic one, a specific language also, even a B2 level for an ESP. To achieve these objectives, we need more knowledge and training more adapted to the needs of the students but also of the economic actors, from the qualified students in the specific fields, to the farmers that we may train and teach.
English, agriculture, climate change, trends, language