4 edition of Biotechnology in sustainable biodiversity and food security found in the catalog.
Biotechnology in sustainable biodiversity and food security
|Statement||editor, B.N. Prasad.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
Agricultural biodiversity is important for food and nutritional security, as a safeguard against hunger, a source of nutrients for improved dietary diversity and quality, and strengthening local food systems and environmental sustainability. This book explores the current state of knowledge on the role of agricultural. Title:Biotechnology and its Impact on Food Security and Safety VOLUME: 10 ISSUE: 2 Author(s):Mohammad B.H. Najafi and Byong H. Lee Affiliation:Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Department of Food Science & Technology, P. O. Box Mashhad, Iran. Keywords:Biotechnology, food security, poverty, economical issues. Abstract:A global recession, along with highly increased food .
According to the Convention on Biological Diversity, biotechnology is: “Any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use.”. A challenge of our generation is the creation of an efficient system providing sustainable food and fuel from the land whilst also preserving biodiversity and ecosystems. We must feed a human population that is expected to grow to more than nine billion by mid-century.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Conservation, Cultivation, Consumption and Commerce: Pathways to Biohappiness: Towards an Era of Biohappiness; Biodiversity and Sustainable Food Security; Biotechnology and Biohappiness; Integrated Gene Management; Mangroves; Plant Variety . Food Security and Agrobiodiversity. BLOCK 3 DRIVERS OF BIODIVERSITY LOSS. Week 7. 1. Direct Drivers of Biodiversity Loss. 2. Biodiversity Hotspots. 3. Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity. Week 8. 1. Invasive Species as a Threat to Biodiversity. 2. Threats to Biodiversity Hotspots in India. 3. Consequences of Biodiversity Loss.
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(b) Highlights the importance of food security in both the developing and developed world. (c) Provides a pro-science approach to increasing food security.
This book will be of interest to students and researchers in biotechnology, food security and public understanding of science, and also to policy makers, regulators and industry managers.
Plant Biotechnology in Food Security. October ; DOI: /B In book: Natural Remedies for Pest, Disease and Weed Control (pp) Biodiversity. biotechnology in relationto biodiversity and sustainable agriculture, the three are complementary, synergistic and interdependent, and not contradictory to each other.
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for sustainable development, including food security. To facilitate training and education for pro-poor agricultural biotechnology development and implementation, for food security and agriculture sustainability. To facilitate the uptake of agricultural biotechnologies that address food security and agricultural sustainability.
This Book Looks At The Application Of A Variety Of Biotechnologies To Agricultural Development. It Addresses Recent Concerns About The Sterile-Seed Terminator Technology And About The Biosafety Of Genetically Modified Foods/Crops, And Biotechnology in sustainable biodiversity and food security book The Potential Of Apomixis As A Possible Countervailing Strategy To The Adverse Effects Of The Terminator, For Some Crops.
A challenge of our generation is the creation of an efficient system providing sustainable food and fuel from the land whilst also preserving biodiversity and ecosystems. This comprehensive volume covers different aspects of microbial biotechnology and its management in sustainable agriculture for food security and improved human health.
The book comprises four sections: Endophytes and Mycorrhizae, Microbial Diversity and Plant Protection, Microbial Functions and Biotechnology, and Microbes and the Environment.
Agricultural Biotechnology and Food Security Very little transgenic seed material has been grown in the developing world. Argentina, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, and South Africa account for most current research.
Ex post assessment of risks and benefits, and of biotechnology’s food security relevance, is virtually impossible. Addressing food security is a top global priority as illustrated in Goal 2 of achieving “Zero Hunger” of the Sustainable Development seeking to achieve this goal, UN countries recognize the unique role of role of biodiversity in delivering food security, which is a prerequisite for ending hunger.
According to UN data, more than million people worldwide still lack regular. Sustainable development is no small undertaking for international companies looking to meet today’s energy, food and environmental needs without compromising the Earth’s resources or its future.
The innovative solution these corporate leaders are turning to is biotechnology, whether it’s to augment agricultural productivity, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, create an innovative disease.
Foreword. The Indian National Science Academy has been promoting activities in areas of considerable interest where specific advances in Science and Technology impact on Society. The Role of Biotechnology in a Sustainable Food Supply. Edited by Jennie S. Popp, Molly M is the creation of an efficient system providing sustainable food and fuel from the land whilst also preserving biodiversity and ecosystems.
and social implications are summarised. This book will interest students, professionals and researchers. Biodiversity has so far served as the feedstock for sustainable food and health security and can play a similar role in the development of climate-resilient farming and livelihood systems.
Biodiversity is also the feedstock for the biotechnology industry. The Commission will take action to accelerate the market entry of new solutions that contribute to improving the sustainability of the food value chain, provided that these investments are made in a sustainable manner and without compromising food security or biodiversity, in the framework of clean energy initiatives and programmes.
The European Commission relies on research and innovation as. Advancements in science like biotechnology have paved ways for doing this faster and smarter, making the goals of improving livelihoods and ensuring food security achievable.
This year's theme for the IDB is Biodiversity for Sustainable Development. The topics of interest include but are not restricted only to sustainable development of various ecosystems and conservation of hotspots, traditional methods and role of local people, threatened and endangered species, global climate change and effect on biodiversity, invasive species, impact of various activities on biodiversity, biodiversity.
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The book examines the issues by reviewing the experience of GM, insect-resistant cotton, the most widely grown GM crop in developing countries.
The book begins with an introduction to agricultural biotechnology, a brief examination of the history of cotton production technology (and the institutions required to support that technology), and a. E-Book ISBN: Pages: pp w/index Binding Type: giving a special emphasis on the challenges that the industry faces in the era of sustainable development and food security problems.
A useful guide for researchers and a quick reference for food technologists on the latest topics in food microbiology and biotechnology, including. Sustainable agriculture is a rapidly growing field aiming at producing food and energy in a sustainable way for humans and their children.
Sustainable agriculture is a discipline that addresses current issues such as climate change, increasing food and fuel prices, poor-nation starvation, rich-nation obesity, water pollution, soil erosion, fertility loss, pest control, and biodiversity cturer: Springer.For a Fundamental Transformation of Agri-Food-Systems.
In the position paper, 59 civil society organisations call on the Federal Government to make agroecology the central support concept for poverty reduction and adaptation to the climate crisis and .