Сохранить продовольствие – глобальная инициатива по сокращению продовольственных потерь и пищевых отходов

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5 Feb 2016
Every year, about 1/3 of the food produced for human consumption gets lost, counting for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Developing countries post-harvest loss ...
5 Jan 2016
Opportunities for public-private-civil society collaboration Expert Panel Discussion15 January 2016CityCube Berlin Annually, about one third of the food produced world-wide for human consumption, approximately 1.3 billion tons, is ...
21 Dec 2015
A focus on food prices and price transmission effects Jointly drafted by FAO and LEI Wageningen UR, this paper uses scenario analyses to investigate how reductions in ...
18 Dec 2015
On the occasion of the Forty-second Session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) the governments of Brazil and Italy have co-organized with the Food ...
4 Dec 2015
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the International Food Policy Research Institute today launched a technical platform on the measurement of food loss ...
4 Dec 2015
Friday 4 December - Start: 14:00 GMT(+1) - FAO HQ, Rome, Italy The side event will launch the FAO and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Technical Platform ...
30 Nov 2015
  Reducing food loss and waste in efforts to combat climate change and improve food security The 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United ...
16 Nov 2015
Prior to the turn of the 20th century, the disposal of food waste ranked relatively low on the international agenda and in global discussions on agricultural ...
11 Nov 2015
The alliance is aligned with the Hunger Eradication Plan of CELAC 2025 and the new Sustainable Development Goals. In Latin America and the Caribbean, food loss and ...
30 Nov 2015
  Original Chinese version published on October 20, 2015 on http://www.caas.net.cn/ysxw/zjgd/261860.shtml JIANG Heping, Fellow JIANG Hui, Ph.D. student Institute of Agricultural Economics Research, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences The ...

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