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International Conference on “Climate Change Impacts on Food & Nutrition Security”

 

The conference will be a five-day event, including a field visit, from 12-16th November 2018 at the Conference Centre, Radisson Hotel, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

Experts in the field of sustainable agriculture, food security, nutrition security, climate change, integrated pest management, organic farming, agro-ecology, value addition, soil health management, policy experts in climate change and sustainable agriculture will be presenting the lead papers.

The main aim is to bring together leading local, regional and international researchers, academicians and practitioners in the field of climate change, sustainable agriculture and food security to accomplish the following objectives:

  • To share cutting-edge research in sustainable agriculture with special reference to food security and climate change

  • To build and strengthen regional and international networks

  • To develop climate resilient sustainable agriculture models that are suitable for different conditions

  • To develop sustainable agriculture and climate change policies to be shared with relevant stakeholders for consideration and adoption

 

 

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