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Center welcomes its new Deputy Director
Apr. 14, 2021
Center welcomes its new Deputy Director
The 2021 FFTC-TARI Proficiency Test of Soil, Plant Tissue, and Fertilizer Analysis is coming!
Apr. 09, 2021
The 2021 FFTC-TARI Proficiency Test of Soil, Plant Tissue, and Fertilizer Analysis is coming!
Mr. Lee Kyong Won’s official first day at the office
Mar. 19, 2021
Mr. Lee Kyong Won’s official first day at the office
FFTC to hold its 50th anniversary and symposium on October 6, 2021
Mar. 03, 2021
FFTC to hold its 50th anniversary and symposium on October 6, 2021
Center welcomes new agricultural policy specialist
Feb. 26, 2021
Center welcomes new agricultural policy specialist

PUBLICATIONS

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Newsletter 211: A bigger and better AP Platform in 2021
Newsletter
Newsletter 211: A bigger and better AP Platform in 2021
FFTC’s Asia-Pacific Information Platform on Agricultural Policy (AP-Platform) intends to promote and expand its reach worldwide and will soon launch an E-Journal with the aim of becoming an authoritative SSCI Journal on Asian-Pacific agricultural policy analysis and strategic development in the fields of global agricultural research.
Newsletter 210: Circular agriculture experts meet
Newsletter
Newsletter 210: Circular agriculture experts meet
Experts who attended the recently concluded international symposium on circular agriculture talked about agri food loss, wastes, and innovative technologies for the reuse, recycling and value addition of agricultural wastes and residuals.
Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being
Book
Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being
The Center has recently added to its publication list the book entitled “Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being,” edited by former FFTC Director Dr. Kuo-Ching Lin and Dr. Kuang-Chung Lee, Associate Professor, National Dong Hwa University. The Satoyama book is a joint project of FFTC and the Hualien District Agricultural Research and Extension Station and Forestry Bureau of the Council of Agriculture (COA), Taiwan, together with the Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, COA, and the International Partnership of Satoyama Initiative (IPSI). The 269-page book encapsulates the articles written by experts from different countries who shared their knowledge and experiences on topics like conserving biodiversity, economic forest plantation, community conserved areas, environmentally friendly agricultural technologies, ecological engineering, etc.

ACTIVITIES

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Agricultural Policy Forum- Sustainable Agri-Food Systems Under and Beyond COVID-19
Agricultural Policy Forum- Sustainable Agri-Food Systems Under and Beyond COVID-19
The practice and benefits of circular agriculture in waste reducing and recycling
The practice and benefits of circular agriculture in waste reducing and recycling
Smart food value chain – the solution to Asia’s food distribution
Smart food value chain – the solution to Asia’s food distribution
Crop resilience for adaptation to climate change: rice
Crop resilience for adaptation to climate change: rice
2020 Dragon Fruit Workshop and Steering Committee Meeting - Dragon Fruit Value Chain for Global Market
2020 Dragon Fruit Workshop and Steering Committee Meeting - Dragon Fruit Value Chain for Global Market

Agricultural
Policy

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Apr. 09, 2021
MARDI as Agrofood Technology Transfer Powerhouse: A Review
Apr. 08, 2021
Taiwan's Smart Agriculture Strategies in Response to Climate Change
Mar. 30, 2021
The Analysis of Agriculture Implication on Indonesia’s Green Economy
Mar. 03, 2021
Cornhusks Novelty Products: Gateway Towards Sustainable Cottage Livelihood Opportunity in Batad, Iloilo, Philippines
Mar. 02, 2021
Marketing Margin of Groundnut Value-Added Products of Groundnut Farmers in Myinmu Township, Sagaing Region, Myanmar
Feb. 23, 2021
Review on Indonesian Government Program Towards Food Security: Local Food Development
Feb. 17, 2021
Structural Changes in the Chinese Pig Industry after the Outbreak of African Swine Fever
Jan. 12, 2021
Agricultural and Food Sector in U.S. and E.U. under COVID-19: Market Prospects and Implications for Asian Countries
Jan. 08, 2021
Policy Response Measures and Best Practices against Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Agrifood: Malaysia Experience
Dec. 23, 2020
Agriculture Food Supply Chain Scenario during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Malaysia

MEDIA

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Fifty Years of FFTC ( Mar. 26, 2019 )
(Oct. 29, 2019) Developing Innovation Strategies in the Era of Data-driven Agriculture
(Oct. 24, 2019) International Symposium on Current trends and perspectives of IoT /AI technologies in livestock industry
AgriculturalPolicy DragonFruitNetwork
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