Date: September 12-13, 2011
Venue: Montpellier (Agropolis International and Domaine de Verchant)
This G20 conference aimed at:
It was based on four half-day plenary working sessions articulated on specific objectives and expected outcomes (see programme).
The conference was closed by the French Minister of Cooperation, Henri de Raincourt.
Outcomes of this Montpellier Conference will feed the pillar on Food Security within the Cannes Declaration in November 2011. This conferencel took place in Montpellier, where the CGIAR Consortium Office is located.
Chairperson: Masaki Noke (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan)
Rapporteur: Anne-Marie Izac (CGIAR)
Chairperson: Christopher MacLennan (CIDA, Canada)
Rapporteur: Eija Pehu ( World Bank)
Japan-Brazil-Mozambique Cooperation on Tropical Savannah Agricultural Development / Teruyoshi Kumashiro, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Frederico Paiva, Brazilian Agency of Cooperation (ABC)
Chairperson:Mauricio Lopes (EMBRAPA, Brazil)
Rapporteur: Andrea Sonnino (FAO)
Carlos Perez Del Castillo (CGIAR Board Chair), Monty Jones (GFAR Board Chair), David Nabarro (Special Representative of the UN SG on Food Security and Nutrition), Philippe Petithuguenin (European Union, DGRTD), Feng Dongxin (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, CAAS)
Bérengère Quincy, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of France to FAO, WFP and IFAD - Henri de Raincourt, French Minister of Cooperation
Laszlo Trocsanyi,Hungarian Ambassador in Paris - Henri de Raincourt, French Minister of Cooperation - Carlos Perez Del Castillo,CGIAR Board Chair
The French Commission for international agricultural research: a consultative group gathering French research institutes (CIRAD, INRA, IRD, IRSTEA, Agreenium), the Ministry for Agriculture, Food, Fischeries, Rural Affairs and Land Use Planning, the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
Updated on 3/01/12
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