Cely Binaya, executive director of APAEAN, discusses recommendations on the governmental and ASEAN's role in improving sustainable agricultural education in Southeast Asia.
While doing my Ph.D. in the 1990s one of my personal concerns was typical of a young Canadian environmentalist exposed almost daily to unsustainable logging of pristine old growth rainforests....
SIANI Expert Groups are broad-based working groups established around our vision and mission. The purpose of these groups is to convene experts on specific issues together to contribute to a holistic understanding of emerging issues in the field of food security and agricultural development.
For generations, upland communities of Vietnam, Thailand and Nepal relied on fruits, nuts, mushrooms and berries when harvests were low, and used shifting agriculture, allowing soil to rebound.
Heads up all food and agriculture scientists in sub-Saharan Africa and in South/Southeast Asia! Take part in a region-wide survey on how scientists in SSA, South and Southeast Asia engage with policy-makers and practitioners.
The new brief draws together SEI research done between 2011 and 2014 on agribusiness developments – especially of oil palm – in Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. It presents overarching insights from that work, along with recommendations for how the industry could be governed more sustainably and aligned more closely with the interests of lo
On August 18th 2015 SIANI Expert Group on Higher Education for Sustainable Agriculture (HESA) in Southeast Asia held a Public Forum followed by a smaller HESA-SIANI Expert Group regional meeting at Chulalongkorn University School of Agricultural Resources (CUSAR) in Bangkok.