Annual seminar of the Hungarian National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre

Annual seminar of the Hungarian National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre

11 May 2016. Budapest, Hungary.  The Hungarian National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre (Naik)’s lectures gave this year an insight in domestic and foreign research aimed at addressing climate change and global challenges.

Extract of the programme
See programme (in Hungarian) + programme in French

  • Agriculture in times of climate change (Hetesi Zsolt, Nemzeti Közszolgálati Egyetem)
  • Introducing the Platform for African European Partnership on Agricultural Research for

    Development (PAEPARD) (Rémi Kahane, CIRAD / PAEPARD, in English)

  • Outcome of the ICARDA conference on pulses and lessons learned from GCARD3 (Somogyi Norbert – see picture)
  • The links between climate change, agriculture, agricultural research and food security in the Gaza Strip and broader Middle East (Heather Elaydi, The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature Jordan
  • The links between climate change, agriculture, agricultural research and food security in Morocco through the example of the selection beans against water stress, (Lamiae Ghaouti, Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco)
  • Potato production in Morocco a: Hungarian scientific knowledge and varieties and market opportunities (Zsolt Polgar, Bánfalvi Sophia)
  • Why Partnership is useful with Hungary on the wheat resistance breeding in Kenya, The Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO)  (Jenes Barnabas, Tar Melinda)
  • Algerian agriculture in the context of the current geopolitical system (Norbert Somogyi)
  • Nepal‘s agriculture and forestry and agricultural research in the XXI century and in the light of the global challenges (Jenes Barnabas et al)
  • Forestry and forestry research in Argentina (Attila Borovics)
  • Italian experience – table grape production and climate change (Lazar John et al)
  • Climate Change and Adaptation poultry in an ever warmer climate? (Gócza Elena, Kristina Liptói)
  • Argentina‘s agriculture in the crossfire of global challenges – it is possible to provide food and preserve our natural world resources? (Stephen Anton et al)
  • Agro Forestry Morocco (Attila Borovics, Norbert Somogyi)

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