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Sustainable Land Management to Enhance Food Production of APEC Members

Sustainable Land Management to Enhance Food Production of APEC Members

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#213-AT-04.1
YEAR
2013
PUBLISHED DATE
March 2013
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Proceedings
PAGES
205
ACCESSED
2622

 

Individual Files

Workshop Opening Remark
 
Presentation papers:
Session 1: Over Review
Session 2: Case Study of APEC Economy
Session 3: Technology and Approach
Session 4: Poster Abstracts
 
Workshop Summary Report
 
Workshop Closing Remark



Description

The proceedings of the workshop should be particularly valuable in the context of APEC food security. The event brought together participants from public and private sectors working on sustainable land management related issues and allowed them to share their experiences and knowledge on its strategies, technologies and practices.

The workshop outputs were expected to help find options and provide guidance in assessing present and future challenges to food security, to enhance our understansing on the causes of unsustainable food production, and address possible losses across entire food chain in each economy.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

Workshop Opening Remark
 
Presentation papers:
Session 1: Over Review
Session 2: Case Study of APEC Economy
Session 3: Technology and Approach
Session 4: Poster Abstracts
 
Workshop Summary Report
 
Workshop Closing Remark


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Description

The proceedings of the workshop should be particularly valuable in the context of APEC food security. The event brought together participants from public and private sectors working on sustainable land management related issues and allowed them to share their experiences and knowledge on its strategies, technologies and practices.

The workshop outputs were expected to help find options and provide guidance in assessing present and future challenges to food security, to enhance our understansing on the causes of unsustainable food production, and address possible losses across entire food chain in each economy.

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File size: 6310.26KB