农业生物技术
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这里是最近几年所有FAO发布的专门有关生物技术的新闻内容。

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17/02/2016

粮农组织研讨会为讨论和知识共享提供平台

罗马 - 粮农组织致力于在全球各区域和家庭农民之间开展有关农业生物技术的讨论,以提高认识,建立信任,从而达到某种程度的共识,粮农组织总干事若泽·格拉济阿诺·达席尔瓦今天在农业生物技术国际研讨会闭幕式上说。

16/02/2016

格拉济阿诺·达席尔瓦在农业生物技术研讨会期间会见民间团体代表

罗马 –,粮农组织目前正在主办有关农业生物技术的国际研讨会,充分发挥其中立论坛作用,促进讨论、对话和信息交流,总干事若泽·格拉济阿诺·达席尔瓦今天在会见民间社会代表时指出。

15/02/2016

促进消除饥饿和改善粮食系统的工具 - 粮农组织研讨会

罗马 - 必须加倍努力确保特别是发展中国家的家庭农民获得农业生物技术的机会,帮助他们在面对气候变化和人口增长等重大挑战的情况下,提高其生产活动的有效性和可持续性,粮农组织总干事若泽·格拉济阿诺·达席尔瓦今天说。

12/02/2016

粮农组织将于2016年2月15-17日举行有关农业生物技术的国际研讨会

罗马 - 超过400名科学家和政府、民间社会、私营部门、学术界、农民协会及合作社的代表将参加粮农组织于2016年2月15-17日主办的题为“农业生物技术在可持续粮食系统和营养中的作用”国际研讨会。

13/03/2014

FAO survey shows 25 countries blocked imports after finding traces of GMOs.

Rome - The increased production of genetically modified crops around the globe has led to a higher number of incidents of low levels of GMOs being detected in traded food and feed, FAO said today.
 

29/10/2013

粮农组织最新公布的一份出版物探究从育种到病菌的生物技术在小规模种植业、畜牧业和鱼类生产中的作用

罗马 - 粮农组织最新公布的一份出版物呼吁加大国家和国际支持力度,向发展中国家的小生产者传授农业生物技术。这份题为《生物技术促进小农生产:发展中国家作物、牲畜和鱼类的案例研究》的出版物坚称生物技术可以帮助小农改善生计和粮食安全。

©FAO/Giulio Napolitano
04/03/2010

Participation of small farmers and producers in decision making process is needed

Guadalajara, México - Agricultural biotechnologies in developing countries should address the specific needs of smallholders and, to do so, should encourage their participation and that of all stakeholders in the decision making process, the participants of an international technical conference held in Guadalajara, Mexico stated today.

©FAO/M. Namundjebo
01/03/2010

Mexico conference takes stock of conventional biotechnology applications in food and agriculture

Guadalajara, Mexico - The focus of modern and conventional biotechnologies should be redirected so as to benefit poor farmers in poor countries and not only rich farmers in rich countries, FAO said today.

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24/07/2007

FAO publishes study on marker-assisted selection

Rome -The biotechnology tool of marker-assisted selection (MAS) has raised high expectations for increasing genetic progress through breeding. Some experts have even argued that the application of MAS could “revolutionize” the way varieties and breeding stock are developed.

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03/07/2006

New FAO publication on agricultural genetic resources.

Rome - Developing countries should be enabled to fully exploit biotechnology tools, when appropriate, in order to stop the decline of agricultural biodiversity and to use their wealth of genetic resources in a sustainable way, according to FAO.

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13/07/2005

FAO calls for systematic assessment of genetically modified trees.

Rome - Research and applications of biotechnology in forestry are advancing rapidly, FAO said today.

©FAO/Franco Mattioli
06/05/2005

Research being conducted on GM crops and traits more relevant for food security.

Rome - Several developing countries now have well-developed biotechnology programmes; they are approaching the leading edge of biotechnology applications and have significant research capacity, according to a new FAO assessment on the status of research and application of crop biotechnologies in developing countries.

©FAO/Giuseppe Bizzarri
27/01/2005

FAO expert consultation recommends guidelines and methodologies.

Rome - A consultation of experts convened at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), recommended that any responsible deployment of Genetically Modified (GM) crops needs to comprise the whole technology development process, from the pre-release risk assessment, to biosafety considerations and post release monitoring.

©FAO/Giulio Napolitano
16/06/2004

Director-General Jacques Diouf outlines his views on use of biotechnology

Rome -- FAO Director-General Dr Jacques Diouf has sent the following letter to NGOs in response to their criticism of FAO's recent State of Food and Agriculture report.

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01/06/2004

A new tool to help determine if a genetically modified plant is a weed.

Rome -- New guidelines for determining if a living modified organism (LMO) poses a hazard to plants have been published by FAO.

©FAO/ Jon Spaull
17/05/2004

Only a few countries are benefiting so far - food crops of the poor need more attention.

Rome -- Biotechnology holds great promise for agriculture in developing countries, but so far only farmers in a few developing countries are reaping these benefits, FAO said in its annual report 'The State of Food and Agriculture 2003-04', released today.

©FAO/ Jon Spaull
18/02/2003

Biotechnology - the gap between poor and rich countries is widening.

Rome -- The promises and potential of biotechnology are not equally shared between developed and developing countries, the FAO Assistant Director-General, Louise Fresco, said in a statement issued today.

 

©FAO/Alberto Conti
30/08/2002

JOHANNESBURG - Countries in Southern Africa whose populations are facing a devastating drought should carefully consider current scientific knowledge before rejecting food aid containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), Dr. Jacques Diouf, Director-General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said.

©FAO/Giulio Napolitano
08/03/2002

Rome/Geneva -- A Task Force of the Codex Alimentarius Commission has reached agreement on a final draft of "Principles for the risk analysis of foods derived from biotechnology," the UN Food and Agriculture Organzation (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) announced today.

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14/05/2001

Stockholm - Biotechnology and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can help to increase the supply, diversity and quality of food products and reduce costs of production and environmental degradation, as the world still grapples with the scourge of hunger and malnutrition, Dr. Jacques Diouf, Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said in a speech in Stockholm today. The environmental risks of biotechnology should, however, be openly addressed and the new technology should not be allowed to widen the gap between rich and poor nations, he said.

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