Fasal Krati

International Workshop on Strengthening International Agribusiness Trade: Stakeholder Dialogue and Partnerships Towards SDGs

During the Rio20+ summit, United Nations Security Council attracted the world's attention towards one billion hungry people and initiated the zero-hunger challenge by urging all stakeholders of the agricultural supply chain including governments, farmers, businesses, scientists, civil society and consumers to work together and develop inclusive and sustainable food systems to eliminate food waste and ensure food security (UN, 2012). In light of achieving food security for the ever-growing world population, it is evident to have agricultural supply chain which is able to respond efficiently to global markets and at the same time withstand the pressures posed by changing climate. The workshop is designed keeping in view the challenges being faced by developing countries to meet the stringent standards laid down by markets in developed countries. At the same time, they face the challenges of feeding their own population in changing climate regime. In this context, Agricultural Education plays a crucial role in sustainable development.

The discussions in the workshop will be initiated against the backdrop of SDG 2 (End Hunger) SDG 4 (Quality Education) and SDG 12 (Sustainable Consumption and Production). Goal SDG 2 aims at ending all forms of malnutrition and double agricultural productivity in the next 15 years. In the context of agribusiness supply chains, SDG 4 aims at achieving inclusive and quality education for all, which reaffirms that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development. SDG 12 focuses to half down per capita global food waste at the retail and consumer level and reduce foodlosses along production and supply chains including post-harvest losses (Target Indicator 12.5).

Who Should Attend?
 

  • Industry practitioners
  • Corporates
  • Academicians
  • Scientists
  • Policy Makers
  • Small and Medium Enterprises
  • Farmer groups
  • Industry bodies
  • Multi-lateral agencies


Why You May Attend?

  • The workshop will deliberate on vital issues related to technology, markets and policy to guide Agribusiness and Trade for future in context to Sustainability
  • The workshop program is the best platform to showcase your technologies, research and best practices
  • Connect and engage with Agribusiness industry for networking
  • Earn a certificate of participation


Workshop Themes

  • Increasing Farm Productivity through Resource Efficient Techniques and Practices
  • Doubling Farmer Income: Technologies, Business Models and Sustainable Livelihoods
  • Building Sustainable Agri-Food Supply Chains
  • Climate Change, Food & Nutritional Security
  • Fostering academia - industry - government partnerships for excellence in Higher Agricultural Education
  • Indo - Australia Agribusiness Trade

REGISTRATION
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop! We also request you to please nominate your contacts in Agribusiness industry for the workshop.

Best regards,

 

Dr. Sapna A. Narula
Associate Professor & Head,
Department of Business & Sustainability, TERI SAS
Mobile No: +91-9910255027
Email id: sapna.narula@terisas.ac.in
Prof Brajesh Singh
Director, Global Centre for Land-Based Innovation
Professor, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
Western Sydney University, Australia
Email: B.Singh@westernsydney.edu.au
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