Hållbar produktion och konsumtion möts i ett dynamiskt samspel mellan människors långsiktiga behov av hälsobefrämjande och näringsrika livsmedel och produktions- och förädlingsmetoder som...
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.
How can young people receive the support and knowledge they need to innovate and lead the sustainable future? How can youth engage in the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? So, what should we focus on to create conditions that would not only bring youth on board, but also help to fully realize their potential for a sustainable future?
“While the third agricultural revolution boiled down to the effects of a small number of actors focusing on the singular goal of maximizing the yields, I believe the fourth revolution will be the opposite — a huge amount of actors across disciplines will crowdsource multivariable solutions, based on a greater understanding of the emergent phenomena in agricultural systems.”
SIANI Youth was very active in the month of May starting off with a workshop on Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals, co-organised with SLU Global. In the morning inspirational speakers talked about business opportunities and how to overcome challenges for entrepreneurs in agirculture.
Presented by Iana Perevoschikova, Ypard Russia, at the workshop "Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals", on the 8th of May 2017.
Presented by Kostas Karantininis, Professor in Business Administration, SLU, at the workshop "Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals" on 8th of May 2017.
Hur kan den svenska skogen hjälpa oss att skapa ett mer hållbart samhälle? I tävlingen Älska skog får elever upptäcka skogens resurser och skapa egna produkter för en bättre...
Youth involvement and empowerment is not about having young people at the workplace fetching ‘drinking water’, but about truly, actively and genuinely involving them in all processes at the workplace.
This is the final report of the Expert Group "Commercializing Agricultural Sector in Kenya: Wake the Kenyan Giant!". The report introduces the context of SIANI, the Kenyan framework 'Agricultural...