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Agadir Conference


Welcome to the World Wide Web Portal of the 2009 International Conference on the Integration of Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in the Context of Climate Change, the Energy Crisis and Food Insecurity.

 

The Conference Took Place 12-14 November 2009

The Agadir Conference Portal is designed to provide all Conference participants a venue to obtain and exchange information, data and other resources, continuously.  We encourage all who are interested in the complexity of issues addressed by the Conference—as well as all who participated on site—to use and to advise colleagues of this unique opportunity.

The Agadir Conference Portal is strengthening the conduct, findings and recommendations of the Conference to assure accomplishment of improved outcomes for sustainable agriculture and rural development worldwide.

The Conference took place 12-14 November 2009, in Agadir, Morocco. We encourage you to continue participation by inspecting and acting on issues addressed at this site.

Selected papers will be considered for publication in a set of collective books that are expected to be published by Springer (one of the world’s leading scientific publishers), and in accredited scientific journals.  

Coming 19-21 May 2011

2011 International Conference on Climate Change,
Agri-Food, Fisheries and Ecosystems

 Reinventing Research, Innovation, and Policy Agendas for
Environmentally- and Socially-Balanced Growth

The Conference conference.agadir@gmail.com Coordinator was Professor Mohamed BEHNASSI: behnassi@gmail.com,  (+212) 68 46 64 47

Faculty of Law, Economics & Social Sciences of Agadir, PO. 8658, Agadir 80000, Morocco

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