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Agri4D 2017 – Rural Transformation and Urbanization

September 20, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative (SIANI) are organizing a two­ day event for researchers and professionals working with and/or interested in agriculture for develop­ment. MSc and PhD students, senior scientists, experts from social, political, soils, crops, natural resources and animal science, economy, forestry, horticulture, vet­erinary medicine etc. are encouraged to participate; and abstract submissions are open until 15 May 2017.

Conference sub-sessions

  1. Land – under pressures or dynamic changes?
  2. Forests for Food Security – in the light of Equal Rights and Sustainable Resource Management
  3. Fish farming for food security, nutrition and poverty reduction
  4. Knowledge Based Bioeconomies -Tools for Agricultural Transformation and Rural Development
  5. Water in Transforming Landscapes
  6. Urban and peri-urban agriculture, livelihoods, and food and nutrition security in the Global South
  7. Poster session

For information please visit http://www.siani.se/event/Agri4D2017

Date: 20-21 September 2017

Location: Uppsala, Sweden


September 20, 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative (SIANI)


Undervisningshuset, Almas allé 10 SLU Campus Ultuna, Uppsala, Sweden
Undervisningshuset, Almas allé 10 SLU Campus Ultuna
Uppsala, Sweden
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+46 18 671000
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