In the run up to the COP 19, due to take place in November, the Executive Secretary of the United Nations agency specializing in climate change acknowledged the support that IICA provides to its member countries in adapting to the phenomenon and achieving food safety.
Organized by the Government of Guyana, at this year’s event senior Caribbean agricultural officials will be discussing the challenges faced by the region’s agriculture and opportunities for developing the sector.
As part of the activities of the Meeting of Ministers of Agriculture of the Americas 2013, being held in Buenos Aires, the three agencies presented their annual report on agriculture in the region.
This scientific technique has a strategic role to play in conserving tropical genetic resources in developing countries.
This new site, which users can access free of charge, provides statistics, policies, programs, and other information related to food safety.
The Tropical Agricultural Platform is under way, and is expected to facilitate capacity development and knowledge sharing on agricultural innovation in the tropics.