International Conference on Soil and Water Resources Management held in New Delhi
The ‘International Conference on Soil and Water Resources Management for Climate Smart Agriculture and Global Food and Livelihood Security’ is being held at National Agricultural Science Centre (NASC) Complex in New Delhi. The five day-long conference will be held from 5-9 November 2019.
Key Highlights of Conference
Objective: To deliberate upon various issues and challenges of soil and water conservation.
Organiser: The conference was jointly organized by Soil Conservation Society of India (SCSI) in association with World Association of Soil and Water Conservation (WASWAC), China and International Soil Conservation Organization (ISCO), U.S.A.
Participants: A total of 400 Delegates comprising of national and international experts from 21 countries namely Japan, China, Spain and Egypt, etc., are participating in conference. The participants are expected to share effective cutting-edge technological breakthroughs in ensuring global food security.
At the occasion ‘Special Issue of Indian Farming by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research’ and ‘7 Years of International Conference’ and ‘Abstract Book of the Conference’ were released.
The dignitaries also conferred ‘Soil Conservation Society of India (SCSI) Awards – 2019’ to various scientists and students for their contributions in respective fields of researches.
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