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3rd Global Food Security and Sustainability Conference, 2018

Global Food Security 2018

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Who should attend?

all academics, scientists, industrialists, professionals and students

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Global Food Security 2018 welcomes all academics, scientists, industrialists, professionals and students across the globe to this exalted event focusing on the theme “Security,to feed the tomorrow”. This mass gathering aims to find common understanding about what it will take to tackle and succeed in the challenge of achieving global food security. The conference highlights are as follows:

  • Global Food Security: Ethics, Policies and Role of Governing Body
  • Food Security and its Nutritional Impact
  • Community Development for Food Security
  • Food Security and Risk Assessment
  • Food Safety
  • Food Security, Poverty and Sustainability
  • Food Waste
  • Environmental and climate changes in Food Security
  • Global Food Crisis
  • Agriculture and Food security
  • Food Security Management
  • Food Insecurity

Global Food Security 2018 will give you the opportunity to meet the main experts around the world, present your own discovery or work, and interact with your peers. Furthermore, the stimulating scientific program will provide you to enrich professionally and socially, providing the chance to keep in touch with other participants for establishing any new future collaborations.

Prices

599$

Contact

Sky Da Silva
foodsecurity@foodtechconferences.com

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