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"If you give me rice, I’ll eat today,
but if you teach me how to grow rice, I’ll eat every day."
Trends in technology for Agriculture, Food,
Nutrition, Environment and Health
2nd October, 2020 - 11:00 AM (Time zone: IST, India)
Due to the current Corana problem, we unfortunately had to postpone this year's IFSDAA conference (June 15-17, 2020: Woman Empowerment Towards Sustainable Development in Africa and Asia) indefinitely !
Instead there will be an IFSDAA-WEBINAR on October 3rd.
The world population is likely to grow to 8 billion by 2025 and stabilize at 10 billion by 2050. The increase in population is mainly in developing countries where food, environmental, and health problems are apparent on account of lack of resources. In many countries where the green revolution led quantum jump in yield has been realized are also witnessing grey patches due to excessive use of inputs and agrochemicals, over-mining of nutrients, secondary salinization, etc. In order to have sustainably high production possessing adequate nutritional value for teaming millions every year, the present agrotechnology has to be revisited and customized for locational specific needs.
More: PDF 12th IFSDAA-Circular 2020
12th IFSDAA-Circular 2020
• International Foundation for Sustainable Development in Africa and Asia (IFSDAA)
African Asian Studies Promotion Association (AASF) – Germany
• Society for Sustainable Agriculture & Resource Management (SSARM) - India
• Genetics, Epigenetics, Environment and Nutrition Towards Plant,
Animal and Human Health (GEENPAHH) - India
• Optimal Pregnancy Environment Risk Assessment (OPERA) – Canada
at Jagan Nath University (Bahadurgarh, India)