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Laura Gualdi
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12 October 2010

Food & Nutrition Security and Sustainable Agriculture

571 members 1769 posts 16 recommendations
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Samson Vilvil Fare
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21 May 2014

Intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Programme: An Alliance for sustainable green growth in small islands economies

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01
May
From
1 May 2015 to 31 October 2015
in Milan (Italy)
Organised byExpo 2015 S.p.A. was constituted in fulfilment of commitments undertaken by Government of Italy

On show at Expo 2015 [1]: the great issues of sustainable development. Expo
2015 will be a universal event displaying tradition, creativity and
innovation in the business of food. It will bring together many themes that
have already been handled by this event in the past, and set them out anew in
light of new global possibilities whose common core is the idea that everyone
on the planet should have access to food that is healthy, safe and
sufficient. Universal Expositions are six-month events taking place every
five years that develop a theme of global interest.

[1] http://en.expo2015.org/

Bernard Crabbé uploaded a new Document 30 September 2016

This sector note -which has just been finalized-  provides detailed advice and practical examples on how to  integrate - or "mainstream"- environment and climate change in agriculture, food security and rural development programmes

Coralie Mugerin uploaded a new Document 9 February 2012

This document has been prepared by the Nutrition Advisory Service: Dominique Blariaux, Claire Chastre (team leader), Lola Gostelow, Lawrence Haddad, Cristina Lopriore, Yves Martin-Prével and Carlos Navarro-Colorado.

Laura Gualdi posted Information 20 April 2018

Following the launch of the Global Report on Food Crises 2018 in Rome on 22nd March 2018 and in Geneva on 12th April 2018,

Lea Appulo posted Information 23 September 2016

Agricultural production in vast regions of South East Asia will be lost in the coming decades as a result of flooding of extensive lowland landscapes. The main drivers of peatland destruction are palm oil and pulp for paper plantations that require drainage.

Coralie Mugerin uploaded a new Document 9 February 2012

Cette préparation a été coConfigureordonnée par des représentants de la France, de l’Allemagne, de l’Irlande, de la Pologne et du Royaume-Uni ainsi que de divers services

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