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Actualités de 2017

C'est avec un grand honneur que le Secrétariat SIPAM a reçu la manifestation d'intérêt du Ministère de l'Agriculture de la République de Guinée pour lancer le processus national d'identification et de sélection des sites potentiels SIPAM. Cette décision intervient après la participation aux ateliers du SIPAM au Maroc, en Tanzanie et en Chine, où des représentants du gouvernement guinéen et des centres de recherche ont eu l'occasion de découvrir le programme...
In occasion of the 5th meeting of the GIAHS Scientific Advisory Group (SAG), from 23 to 25 November 2017, Osaki Kodo's Traditional Water Management System for Sustainable Paddy Agriculture, Japan was approved and designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems.   The Osaki region, which is located in northeast Japan, has developed as a paddy agriculture region by using the lowland swamps and wetlands that extend across the basins of Eai River and Naruse...
  In occasion of the 5th meeting of the GIAHS Scientific Advisory Group (SAG), from 23 to 25 November 2017, 5 new agricultural systems were approved and designated as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems. In particular: The Zhagana Agriculture-Forestry-Animal husbandry Composite System, China Stretching across the area where the Tibetan Plateau, the Loess Plateau and the Chengdu basin converge, this unique agricultural production systems consists of a tightly self-contained and self-sufficient mix of agriculture, forestry,...
The GIAHS Scientific Advisory Group (SAG) has officially designated the Cascaded Tank-Village System (CTVS) in the Dry Zone of Sri Lankaas a GIAHS site, during the fourth SAG meeting held in FAOHQs from 26th to 27th September, 2017. Sri Lanka through a history of over 2 500 years has developed several agricultural heritage systems to suite various climatic, geomorphic/geographic, soil, cultural and social diversity. The Cascaded Tank-Village System (CTVS) dominance over all other...
The Agcoecology Knowledge Hub at FAO published one case study in a Japanese GIAHS site (Sado Island) and demonstrated how GIAHS's dynamic conservation and agroecology can work for not only agroecosystem and biodiversity but also the farmers.  The Japanese GIAHS site, "Sado's Satoyama in Harmony with the Japanese Crested Ibis" was designated as GIAHS in 2011 for the first time in Japan. Since the designation, local people have worked together to...
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