Системы сельскохозяйственного наследия мирового значения (ГИАХС)
Project meeting, Engaresero Maasai Pastoralist Heritage Area (Tanzania). © FAO/David Boerma.
© FAO/Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of Qingtian County, P.R.China
Qingtian, China The World Conference on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems was held in Qingtian, Zheijang Province in China from 17 to 19 July 2022. The topic of the conference focused on Agricultural Heritage for Rural Prosperity. The conference invited more than 200 participants from 31 countries and international organizations, related ministries, departments, bureaus and directly affiliated units, agricultural departments of some provinces and cities, governments of GIAHS sites, private sectors and...
GIAHS Promotion Association for the Kyoutou Area
Два объекта в Японии – система внутреннего рыболовства и связанного с ним рисового земледелия, расположенная на самом большом озере страны, и традиционный район выращивания фруктов, который считается местом зарождения японского виноградарства, – были официально признаны системами сельскохозяйственного наследия мирового значения (ГИАХС).
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20 years of Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) In light of the upcoming 20th anniversary celebrations of the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is pleased to launch the new visuals for this important milestone in GIAHS history.  We encourage all GIAHS member countries to use the visuals when organizing GIAHS activities to highlight the importance of the 20th anniversary of GIAHS.  The 20th anniversary of...
After 10 years since the first Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) site was designated in Japan, this report sheds light on the economic impacts of the GIAHS sites. First, the report presents the elements to be measured in order to assess the economic impacts of the GIAHS sites and conducts a preliminary analysis. Then, the report identifies the areas where the economic impacts due to the GIAHS designation have been...
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