The first issue of the Green Asia Report Series entitled “Driving sustainable food systems transformation in the Asia-Monsoon region with science, technology, and innovation: Background and key issues for "Green Asia" project” has been officially released.
Report on the JIRCAS International Symposium 2022 “Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Sustainable Food Systems”
The JIRCAS International Symposium 2022 “Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Sustainable Food Systems” was held in hybrid format at Hitotsubashi Hall, Hitotsubashi University and online on November 22, 2022 under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) and the Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency (FRA).
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856. Green Asia Report Series No. 1 : Driving sustainable food systems transformation in the Asia-Monsoon region with science, technology, and innovation
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) launched the national initiative known as the Sustainable Food System Strategy "MIDORI" in May 2021. Based on this initiative, MAFF initiated the "Green Asia" project to promote the application of technologies that contribute to climate change mitigation and sustainable agriculture in the Asia-Monsoon region, which is currently being implemented by JIRCAS.
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According to the Global Report on the Food Crises 2023 (GRFC 2023), more than 250 million people were acutely food-insecure in 2022, the highest level in the last seven years.
- Pick UpAs base for JIRCAS activities in Southeast Asia, an office was established in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1972. Currently, the liaison office is located in the Department of Agriculture, Thailand, adjacent to Kasetsart University. At the Southeast Asia Liaison Office, JIRCAS conducts research on trends in agriculture, forestry, and fisheries research in Asia, collects local information, and disseminates JIRCAS research results by participating in the Thailand Science and Technology Exhibition and holding seminars.
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358. Development of Comprehensive Agricultural Technologies for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption in Monsoon AsiaAgriculture is a major contributor to climate change through greenhouse gas emissions and is also a heavily impacted economic sector. There is a need to develop and disseminate mitigation technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, as well as adaptation technologies to cope with extreme weather events such as droughts that are becoming more frequent with climate change. On the other hand, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all-solution’ for building sustainable agricultural production that is resilient to climate change, and it is extremely important to take into account the particularities of agricultural production in each country and region. In the project “Development of comprehensive agricultural technologies for climate change mitigation and adaption in Monsoon Asia”, we will develop and implement integrated climate change mitigation and adaptation technologies that will lead to behavioral change among farmers and contribute to the goals of the target countries in the Asian monsoon region.
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16. New Coronavirus Pandemic ― Significantly Slow Growth in Developing Countries in the Asia-Pacific Region
The World Bank has released an analysis showing that the economic growth rate of developing countries in the Asia-Pacific (EAP) region will slow down significantly from + 5.8% in 2019 to + 2.1 ~ 0.5% in 2020 due to the new coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19). While tourism related services are expected to be the most severely affected, agricultural output is also projected to fall by around 3%. In addition, due to the high percentage of farmers in many countries in the EAP region, there are serious concerns that the income and health of small-scale farmers who have difficulty accessing public social security will be significantly affected. The World Bank is calling for bold national action and the need for deeper international cooperation.
国立研究開発法人国際農林水産業研究センター, 広報JIRCAS. 7 ( )
大野芳和, 石原修二, 牛腸英夫, 大角泰夫, 濱村邦夫, 尾和尚人, 宮重俊一, 加藤清昭, 熱研資料. 86 ( )
志村英二, 秡川信弘, 熱研資料. 83 ( )
Dr. T. Morinaga, Dr. K. Ramiah, Dr. N. E. Jodon, Dr. S. Nagao, 熱研資料. 66 ( )
- Clarifying the genetic diversity of Amaranthus tricolor ‘Hiyuna,’ a traditional Asian vegetable(2022)
- Multiple drainage can cancel out the enhancement of methane emission by biogas effluent application in a rice paddy(2021)
- Effect of conventionally decomposed oil palm trunks on the soil environment(2021)
- Relationship between leaf and stem growths of a tropical timber tree, Shorea leprosula, in the family Dipterocarpaceae(2021)
- Germ cell cryopreservation to conserve genetic diversity in shrimps(2021)
- Geographical diversity of the glutenin Glu-D1f allele (correlated with noodle-making quality) frequency in Asian common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and its transmission routes to Japan in common wheat(2004)
- Simulation analysis of food security using a food supply-demand model(1999)
- Elucidation of molting and reproductive mechanisms in the giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii(1996)