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Water Sustainability for Global Agriculture
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A day for water and water for sustainable development 

Water Sustainability for Global Agriculture, Issue 1 By the year 2050, agriculture will need to produce 50% more food globally, and 100% more in developing countries to feed a population predicted to reach nine billion. Globally, agriculture currently uses nearly 70% of the world’s fresh water, primarily for irrigation. Inefficient use of water for crop production depletes aquifers, reduces river flows, degrades wildlife habitats, and has caused salinization of 20% of the global irrigated
(CNBC) Missouri aims to win in the global marketplace
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We're strengthening our position as a bioscience powerhouse as the home of world-class research institutions, like the Danforth Center and the Stowers Institute, as well as global brands like Monsanto and Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica. In fact, Missouri boasts the world's largest concentration of plant scientists.
(CNBC) Missouri aims to win in the global marketplace, In Missouri, we're committed to fostering, , Missouri is demonstrating what it takes to compete and win in the global marketplace from right here, in their ability to compete in the global marketplace is access to a workforce with the education skills to succeed, , as well as global brands like Monsanto and Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica. In fact, Missouri boasts, , the Show-Me State is using common sense to compete on a global scale. To view this article
Global gathering features leading authorities on cassava research
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Presentations to address a wide variety of issues impacting production and food security ST. LOUIS, MO, May 29, 2012—An impressive lineup of the leaders in cassava research and development from around the globe will present during the second scienti ...
Global gathering features leading authorities on cassava research, Presentations to address, during the second scientific conference of The Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century (GCP21, ://www.danforthcenter.org/GCP21-II/. The Global Cassava Partnership serves as an advocate for cassava issues, Agriculture (CIAT), will discuss cassava and global climate change. Dr. Don Ort, research leader of the USDA/ARS Global Change and Photosynthesis Research Unit in Urbana, IL will present “Response
Research, Resources and Relationships Attract A Global Ag Leader
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KWS found the best in class research, resources and business networks here in St. Louis. These strengths were instrumental to persuade KWS to choose St. Louis as the base to extend the KWS research footprint in a global context.
Research, Resources and Relationships Attract A Global Ag Leader , Excerpt of remarks by Dr. Léon Broers at the news conference June 16, 2014 It is an honor and a pleasure to be here in St Louis, footprint in a global context. My colleagues and I were impressed by the hospitality, the support, concentrated in Germany but a strong research department with a global footprint is indispensable, to strengthen our position in the global plant research community. I am convinced that St. Louis and KWS
The Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century Underway
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GCP21 II is off to a great start with more than 400 attendees from around the globe who traveled to Kampala, Uganda to discuss the potential research has to boost the production of this important food security crop.  The morning began with an openin ...
The Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century Underway, GCP21 II is off to a great start with more than 400 attendees from around the globe who traveled to Kampala, Uganda to discuss the potential research has to boost the production of this important food security crop. The morning began with an opening ceremony with remarks by the Honorable Minister of Agriculture, NaCRRI Director, related to global warming. Below are images from the second scientific conference occurring this week
Global Alliance to Gather to consider Strategies for Overcoming Challenges of Global Climatic Change at International Cassava Conference
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ST. LOUIS, MO, May 15, 2012—The Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century (GCP21) will hold its second scientific conference June 18 – 22, 2012 at the Speke Resort Conference Centre in Kampala, Uganda.  GCP21 consists of 45 member institutions ...
Global Alliance to Gather to consider Strategies for Overcoming Challenges of Global Climatic Change at International Cassava Conference, ST. LOUIS, MO, May 15, 2012—The Global Cassava, /. The Global Cassava Partnership serves as an advocate for cassava issues and leverages research, as set additional priorities for R&D that will enable cassava production to withstand global, diseases. The Global Cassava Partnership (GCP21) Founded in 2003, GCP21 is an alliance of 45
(Agri Pulse) Research leader says innovation needed to meet global challenges
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Innovation must increase in agriculture to keep up with the demand projected by a global population that is now expected to rise from a current 7.1 billion people to as many as 10 billion in less than 40 years.
(Agri Pulse) Research leader says innovation needed to meet global challenges, By Sara Wyant, , investors and innovators that agriculture is at the center of significant global trends, on a global scale. But he cautioned that innovation must increase in agriculture to keep up with the demand projected by a global population that is now expected to rise from a current 7.1 billion people, to meet global challenges ahead. He added technological advances in seemingly disparate areas
In from the Wild: Global Inventory Project Targets Wild Perennials for Food
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Agriculture is the world’s largest ecosystem and the leading cause of biodiversity loss. Dr. Allison Miller and her team want to change that through their work with perennial crops. 
In from the Wild: Global Inventory Project Targets Wild Perennials for Food, In from the Wild: Global Inventory Project Targets Wild Perennials for Food Food security is about feeding people, . Allison Miller and her team want to try. The Miller Lab is part of the Global Inventory Project, .). Scientists from The Land Institute visit the Danforth Center in October 2018 as part of the Global, informing global efforts to conserve natural biodiversity. Phase II will tackle identification of ideal
(Rockefeller Foundation) Strategic Meeting of the Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century
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International Center for Tropical Agriculture Prominent agricultural researchers from 14 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and North America gathered at the Bellagio Center last November to discuss the impact of climate changes on c ...
(Rockefeller Foundation) Strategic Meeting of the Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century, International Center for Tropical Agriculture Prominent agricultural researchers from 14 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and North America gathered at the Bellagio Center last, in the decades to come and validating research and investment in the crop. Members of the Global Cassava, anticipates the impact of global climatic changes on the cassava crop to develop necessary research
Agricultural Solutions to Global Crises in Energy and Food Storage and Security
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A robust schedule of panels featuring a “who’s who” of international speakers from leading agricultural businesses, venture capital and investment firms, research institutions, will provide new insights and perspectives at the Ag Innovation Showcase, ...
Agricultural Solutions to Global Crises in Energy and Food Storage and Security , A robust schedule of panels featuring a “who’s who” of international speakers from leading agricultural businesses, venture capital and investment firms, research institutions, will provide new insights and perspectives at the Ag Innovation Showcase, May 23-24, at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St, Innovation Showcase addresses critical issues and global policies impacting ag science and industry