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July 26, 2017   •   News

The Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP) is holding the 2017 Sustainable Rice Conference and Exhibition at the UN Convention Centre this October 2017 in Bangkok.

The SRP is a multi-stakeholder partnership to promote resource efficiency and sustainability both on-farm and throughout the rice value chain. SRP was co-convened by the UN Environment and the International Rice Research Institute in December 2011, and works in collaboration with partners in the public and private sectors as well as the NGO community.

 

Conference Tracks for 2017:

Track 1: Drivers of Global Rice Sector Transformation

Track 2: Global Rice Markets and Food Security

Track 3: Technology Convergence and innovation: Tools for Climate-smart Agriculture

Track 4: Assurance and Smallholder Finance

Track 5: Crop Protection, Nutrient and Water Management

Track 6: Incentives for Sustainability

Each year, the SRP brings together its members and dialogue partners to discuss collaborative approaches and innovative solutions to critical sustainability challenges facing the rice sector.

 

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July 21, 2017   •   News

The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership will have their third annual meeting at the Food & Agriculture Organisation Headquarters this September.

LEAP is a multi-stakeholder initiative that is committed to improving the environmental performance of livestock supply chains, whilst ensuring its economic and social viability.

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July 13, 2017   •   News

The July 2017 edition of the Global Research Alliance’s Livestock Research Group newsletter is now available.

This edition includes updates on the four flagship programmes of the Alliance and a summary of outcomes of the April 2017 Livestock Research Group meeting in Washington DC.

Read the newsletter