2 edition of Global agenda for livestock research found in the catalog.
Global agenda for livestock research
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Livestock research|
|Statement||edited by P. Gardiner and C. Devendra.|
|Contributions||Gardiner, P., Devendra, C., International Livestock Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||SF81 .G58 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||95981906|
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The livestock industry is transforming radically in. The Agenda is a partnership of livestock sector stakeholders committed to the sustainable development of the sector.
With global population projected to reach billion inthe livestock sector’s role in sustainable food and agriculture will continue to increase. Jan 19, · In this film, Jimmy Smith, the director general of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), talks about the global development agenda and the roles of livestock, and ILRI within it.
Global Agenda for Livestock Research 2 Table of Contents Preface Summary report of the sub-regional discussion groups on livestock research priorities Welcoming remarks F.A. Bernardo Introduction to the objectives of the meeting H.A.
Fitzhugh Globalising sustainable livestock production through research and technology: Addressing the needs of. newsletterLIVESTOCK RESEARCH GROUP. The meeting took stock of activities within and invited guests from the Global Agenda for Action on Sustainable Livestock Development.
Livestock Research Group Italy 23–24 June Please book this in your diary now. Key areas for future action: The Co-chairs will seek to develop a Roadmap for. Grasslands Research Network Global agenda for livestock research book CCAFS, the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock, and the Alliance’s own Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Group.
These options were discussed in detail at a soil carbon workshop held immediately following the LRG meeting (for details, see page 4). Outreach The LRG’s outreach efforts are becoming. Jun 11, · The Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock: Value proposition and modes of delivery 1. The Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock: Value proposition and modes of delivery Shirley Tarawali, Assistant Director General International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock Towards sustainability, livestock on the move 8th Multi Stakeholder Partnership.
Reporting on GASLin Ulaanbattaar, MongoliaAuthor: ILRI. Livestock sector policies and investments need to simultaneously address the vast diversity of livestock systems and the different demands and expectations placed by society on the sector. FOR GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY AND HEALTH Livestock are critical to maintaining and improving human health.
Low emissions livestock development Measuring, reporting & verifying greenhouse gases Focused on reducing the emissions intensity of livestock production systems and increasing the quantity of carbon stored in soils supporting these systems. The integration, inclusivity and the development of a high level roadmap for the delivery of local solutions to challenges facing the livestock sector were the key themes emerging from the last day of discussion at the seventh multi-stakeholder partnership meeting of the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) in Addis Ababa, last week (8–12 May ).
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Jun 19, · Despite its major role in global development, the livestock sector receives just 3% of official development assistance from major donor countries.
Live tweeting the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock. Here you will find articles on what ILRI and its partners are doing in livestock research for development.
May 09, · More than livestock experts from over 50 countries are exploring ways of ensuring that the long-term benefits of livestock contribute to sustainable development. They’re participating in the 7th Multi-Stakeholder Partnership meeting of the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL), in Ethiopia, this week.
The 8–12 May meeting was officially opened by His Excellency. dialogue with FAO. The Global Agenda of Action in support of Sustainable Livestock Sector Development aims to catalyse and guide stakeholder action towards the improve-ment of practices for a more efficient use of natural resources.
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CGIAR on the ground: 15 research centres; over 70 countries 3. What’s a CGIAR Research Program or CRP. Book Public Engagement to Prioritize the Pastoral Research Agenda at the Pastoral and Agro-pastoral Research Center of OARI in Ethiopia Public Engagement to Prioritize the Pastoral Research Agenda at the Pastoral and Agro-pastoral Research Center of OARI in Ethiopia.
Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program () Available. – a global showcase of the collective state of knowledge on greenhouse gas emissions from animal agriculture. It was also a very relevant point for the Livestock Research Group (LRG) to reflect on during our eighth meeting, immediately following the GGAA on February We were delighted to welcome nearly.
Role of livestock in sustainable agRicultuRe IAHA Pre-Conference on Organic Animal Husbandry India, November 9 - 11, • All of the statements and results contained in this book have been compiled by the authors and are to the best of their knowledge correct and have also been checked by the IFOAM The Global Agenda for Sustainable.LRG participants at the Institute of Agricultural Science of South Vietnam Update: The 10th meeting of the Livestock Research Group of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) was held May in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam hosted by the National Institute of Animal Science, Viet Nam.
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