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An FAO initiative for Global Partnership on Seed Security
In order to establish a sustainable seed supply and thereby facilitate food security of member countries, the Plant Production and Protection Division (AGP) started an initiative termed “Seed Alliance Without Boundaries (SAWIB)”. The seed based
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For six weeks in February and March plant breeders and others in South and Southeast Asia debated and shared experiences in an on-line forum about the results of surveys on plant breeding capacity in the
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Since the earliest instances of trade, pests and other invasive species have been taking the opportunity to hitch-hike a ride to new production– and ecosystems. Over the centuries many plant pests have been moved by
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阿富汗奶业发展
1998年,在联合王国政府和联合国开发计划署支持下,粮农组织在阿富汗开展了奶业发展活动,随后于2002年得到德国政府的支持。消费者和生产者对奶业发展都有兴趣
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粮农组织承认动物福利规范的重要性,因为这类规范有益于人民及其饲养的动物,并支持这些规范的实施。但是,粮农组织如何才能帮助提供信息并促进发展中国家的生产者从良好的动物福利规范中受益呢?粮农组织目前已作出决定,在为发展中经济国家制定的能力建设活动中,更加明确地和从战略角度重视动物福利问题。为了对这些活动提供指导,粮农组织于2008年9月29日至10月3日召开了一次专家会议。现提供会议报告的执行概要,包括专家们的建议 [阅读更多英文资料]
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A new Regional Seed Association for Central Asia and the Caucasus was recently formed under the auspices of a FAO technical cooperation project with the technical guidance of FAO-AGP. The new Association groups together private
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IAEA Plays Vital Role in Task Force on Global Food Security Crisis
Nuclear contribution to food security is among the topics being discussed at the High-Level Meeting on Food Security for All taking place in Madrid, Spain from 26-27 January. The event is a gathering of UN
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Full report now available
The complete report of the Global Agro-Industries Forum (GAIF 2008) organized by FAO, UNIDO, IFAD and the Government of India which took place in New Delhi from 8 to 11 April 2008 is now available
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The Mexican Government has officially announced that the Cactus Moth Cactoblastis cactorum, a serious threat to all prickly pear cactus species, has been eradicated from the island of Mujeres and island of Contoy, in the
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FAO, Rome, 15-17 April 2009
Pasture systems occupy 40% of the world land areas but are currently excluded from carbon trading despite their significant potential for emission reduction/carbon storage. Pasture production systems, including pastoral, agro-pastoral and agro-forestry areas, emit carbon
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