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2nd International conference on Food Security and Sustainability , will be organized around the theme “Producing Sustainable Thoughts To Bolster The Future”

Food Security 2017 is comprised of 10 tracks and 64 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Food Security 2017.

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2nd  International conference on Food Security and Sustainability (Food Security-2017) will be held during June 26-27,2017 at San Diego, USA . Food security is to ensure adequacy of food supplies in terms of quantity, quality and variety of food .Successful food security and poverty-oriented programmes not only assist poor rural populations to produce more and diversified products but to produce a surplus that can be marketed and thereby generate income for the purposes of improving quality of life through improved diet and nutrition, investment in productive activity, and as collateral for credit to purchase inputs and/or other supplies to enhance agricultural or non-agricultural enterprise.

Track 1: Food Security and its nutritional impact


"Food security" is an adaptable idea and is typically connected at three levels of total: national, territorial, and household or individual. Food security exists when all individuals, at all times, have physical, social, and economic access to adequate food that meets their dietary needs and food inclinations for a healthy and sound life. The three determinants of food security are food availability, food access, and food utilization. Attiring global food security and restoring demands on the environment is the greatest challenge faced by mankind. By the time 2050 at least nine Billion people need food, and increasing incomes and urbanization will inevitably lead to dietary revamp. The food security competitiveness will increasingly fringe the triple burden of malnutrition– undernutrition, obesity and deficiencies in micronutrient. The importance of the food security issues has led to huge scientific strides which forwards and making it difficult to keep up with the rapidly expanding value of scientific research and technology. Policies to implement global and local food security  needs to be actualize  and decision makers should have to make difficult choices to ameliorate the food security of local people against the limelight of drastic global changes. 

Related Conferences on Food Security:

International Conference on Global Food Security and Sustainability, September 05-07, 2016 Beijing, China; 5thInternational Conference on Agriculture Horticulture, June 27-29, 2016 Cape Town, South Africa;  International Conference on Plant Physiology, June 09-11, 2016 Dallas, USA; 9th Euro-Global Summit on Food Beverages, July 11-13, 2016 Cologne, Germany ; 3rd Global Food Safety Conference, September 01- 03, 2016 Atlanta, USA; Nutrition Conferences Europe June 16-18, 2016 Holiday inn Rome- Aurelia, Rome,3rd International Conference on Food Security and Nutrition (ICFSN 2016 March 23-25, 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 18th International Conference on Global Food Security, January 7-8, 2016, Singapore; XIV International Conference on Food Security and Nutrition February 7-8, 2016,New Delhi, India;  The Consumer Goods Forum – Global Food Safety Conference February 29 - March 3, 2016 ,Berlin, Germany; 18th International Conference on Global Food Security March 7-8, 2016,Miami, FL.

Related Societies on Food Security:

Alder Food Security Society  Canada;  Richmond Food Security Society  Canada; Asian Food Safety and Security Association, Japan;  Committee on World Food Security,  Italy; European Food Safety Authority, Italy;  Institute of Food Technologists, USA; American Meat Science Association, USA.

  • Track 1-1Malnutrition
  • Track 1-2Healthy diet
  • Track 1-3Macro and micro nutrients
  • Track 1-4Diet supplements

Track 2:  Effects of environmental Stress on food security

One by fourth of the people on globe are “food insecure”, means these individuals do not know where their next meal will coming from. As the world population increases to 9 Billion by 2050, it will require a 70% increase in local food production to feed everyone. It is thus challenge to big league companies to collaborate with farmers and communities to convalesce local food security. Food Security is a complex issue that encloses more than just food production although there is no doubt the cornerstone. Thus social and economic sciences must provide an interdisciplinary basis along with the natural sciences (biology, chemistry, food science maths and physics). Regional conditions need to be taken into consideration like weather changes, Elevation, length of the day and soil difference all need to be considered to arrive the best solution for particular area. Such efforts will determine which type of seeds to plant and by improving agricultural practices based on the local environment can help to achieve a positive impact on yield. High yield hybrid seeds can help farmers improve their productivity.

Related Conferences on Science, Sociology and Economics:

International Conference on Social MediaSEO Marketing Strategies November 03-04, 2015 Valencia,Spain; International Conference on Global Food Security and Sustainability, September 05-07, 2016 Beijing, China;5th International Conference on Biodiversity, March 10-12, 2016 Madrid, Spain; Global Summit and Expo on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics March 07-09, 2016 Madrid, Spain; International Conference on Physics June 27-29, 2016 New Orleans, USA ;Nutrition Conferences Europe June 16-18, 2016 Holiday inn Rome- Aurelia, Rome;4th International Conference on Sustainable Development, ICSD-2016,16- 17 Sep,2016 ,Rome, Italy; International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems,21-25 Sep 2015; Cambridge, United States; Society of Labour Economists (SOLE) Annual Meeting 2016,06 -07 May 2016; Seattle, United States; Wind Energy Symposium,04-08 Jan 2016; San Diego, United States

.Related Societies on Science, Sociology, Economics:

Asian Food Safety and Security Association, Japan. Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology, Australia. Food Industry Students European Council, Netherland. European Food Information Resource, Belgium. European Food Safety Authority, Italy. Institute of Food Technologists, USA. Food Industry Students European Council, Netherland.

  • Track 2-1Climate change
  • Track 2-2Global water crisis
  • Track 2-3Agricultural diseases
  • Track 2-4Food sovereignty
  • Track 2-5Land degradation
  • Track 2-6Dictatorship and kleptocracy

Track 4: Global Food Security: Ethics, Policies and role of Governing body

 Climate change affects agriculture and food production in complex ways. It affects food production directly through changes in agro-ecological conditions and indirectly by affecting growth and distribution of incomes, amoderate incremental warming in some humid and temperate grasslands may increase pasture productivity and reduce the need for housing and for compound feed. These gains have to increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations. Finally, a number of recent studies h be set against an increased frequency of extreme events. Another important change for agriculture is tave estimated the likely changes in land suitability, potential yields, and agricultural production on the current suite of crops and cultivars available today. Global and regional weather conditions are also expected to become more variable than at present, with increases in the frequency and severity of extreme events such as cyclones, floods, hailstorms, and droughts. The main concern about climate change and food security is that changing climatic conditions can initiate a vicious circle where infectious disease causes or compounds hunger, which, in turn, makes the affected populations more susceptible to infectious disease. Essentially all manifestations of climate change, be they drought, higher temperatures, or heavy rainfalls have an impact on the disease pressure, and there is growing evidence that these changes affect food safety and food security.

Related Conferences on Environmental Change:

5th International Conference on BiodiversityNutrition Conferences Europe June 16-18, 2016 Holiday inn Rome- Aurelia, Rome. March 10-12, 2016 Madrid, Spain; International Conference on Pollution Control& Sustainable Environment, April 25-26, 2016 Dubai, UAE International Conference on Coastal Zone Management, May 16-18, 2016 Osaka, Japan; 5th International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change, July 25-27, 2016 Bangkok, Thailand; 3rd World Congress & Expo on Recycling Oct 06-07, 2016 Miami, USA ; 8th International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Responses,  April 21-22 2016 ,Vietnam;  Bird Conservation in the Face of Future Climate Change, , Sep 10, 2015,USA;  United States;18th International Conference on Climate Change Technology, June 1-2,2016, Dubai; EcoSummit 2016, 29 Aug-1 Sep,2016, Montpellier, France. The Fourth International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, May  10 -13 2016, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Related Societies on Environmental change:

Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Society, Ireland. The Association of Food Technology, Turkey. American Oil Chemists' Society, Illinois. American Meat Science Association, USA. Dairy Industry Association of Australia, Australia. European Federation of Food Science and Technology, Netherland.

  • Track 3-1Policies to improve local and global food security
  • Track 3-2Food security policies
  • Track 3-3Strategies towards Food Security
  • Track 3-4Food security in U.S households
  • Track 3-5Global food security index
  • Track 3-6Food insecurity
  • Track 3-7Global food demand
  • Track 3-8Gender inequality and food security

Track 5: Hybridization and Its Effect

In agriculture and animal husbandry, the Green Revolution popularized the use of conventional hybridization to increase yield by creating "high-yielding varieties" for example hybrid rice. The handful of hybridized breeds originated in developed countries and were further hybridized with local varieties in the rest of the developing world to create high yield strains resistant to local climate and diseases.. According to the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA), genetically engineered crops were grown by approximately 8.5 million farmers in 21 countries in 2005; up from 8.25 million farmers in 17 countries in 2004.The main objective of research and development for food security is to find improved seed varieties, that enable reliable high yields at the same or lower tillage costs through qualities such as resistance to or tolerance of plant diseases and animal pests as well as to stress factors such as climatic variation or aridity, poor soil qualitycrop rotation practices, and others. Equally important objectives are the transfer of genes with nitrogen-fixing capacity on to grains, and the improvement of food quality by overcoming vitamin or mineral deficiencies. The realization of these objectives will bring tremendous benefits – benefits that can easily be demonstrated using rice (the staple food for 2.4 billion people) and cassava (the staple food for 500 million people)

Related Conferences on Hybridization and Food Security:

International Conference on Global Food Security and Sustainability, September 05-07, 2016 Beijing, China; 5th International Conference on Agriculture & Horticulture, June 27-29, 2016 Cape Town, South Africa; International Conference on Food Preservation & Packaging March 31-April 01, 2016 Atlanta, USA ; 2nd International Conference on Food Safety and Regulatory Measures June 06-08, 2016 London, UK ; International Conference on Plant Physiology, June 09-11,2016 Dallas, USA; Nutrition Conferences Europe June 16-18, 2016 Holiday inn Rome- Aurelia, Rome,  BIOTECH 2016, June 6-9, 2016 San Francisco, California; 4th International Conference on Food Oral Processing, Plant Epigenetics: From Genotype to Phenotype, 03-06 Jul 2016,Lausanne, Switzerland; National Seed Science Forum, 15-16 March 2016,Australia, XIV International Symposium on Processing Tomato. March 6-9, 2016 ,Santiago (Chile).

Related Societies on Hybridization and Food Security:

Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology, Australia; American Meat Science Association, USA; Dairy Industry Association of Australia, Australia; Richmond Food Security Society  Canada; American Cheese Society, USA; Chinese American Food Society, USA; The Food and Beverage Export Association, Italy; International Association of Engineering and Food, USA.

  • Track 4-1The Nutrition & Sociologiacl Environment
  • Track 4-2The Political and Economical Environment
  • Track 4-3The Physical Environment
  • Track 4-4The Biological Environment
  • Track 5-1Population growth
  • Track 5-2Fossil fuel dependence
  • Track 5-3Homogeneity in the global food supply
  • Track 5-4Price setting
  • Track 5-5Land use change
  • Track 5-6Global catastrophic risks
  • Track 6-1Food processing, distribution and marketing
  • Track 6-2Scope of local food systems : Their concepts and impact
  • Track 6-3Critical role of animal science research in Food Security
  • Track 6-4Role of plant breeding in food security
  • Track 6-5Green Revolution
  • Track 6-6Potential implications of Entomophagy for the global food system.
  • Track 6-7Sustainable, secure and resilient production of food
  • Track 6-8Food security and rice production
  • Track 6-9Economic vitality
  • Track 6-10Technological breakthroughs to help feed 9+ billion
  • Track 7-1Trade relations between U.S and China grows
  • Track 7-2Competing demands and trade offs for land and water resources
  • Track 7-3Trade liberalization and diet transition
  • Track 7-4Global agricultural trade and food security
  • Track 7-5Trade liberalization and poverty
  • Track 7-6Business-science cooperation to advance food security
  • Track 7-7Trade Policies
  • Track 8-1Food security and nutrition
  • Track 8-2Crop systems and climate change
  • Track 8-3Human adaptation to climatic change Geo-Spatial applications for food and agriculture
  • Track 8-4Restoration of wetland ecosystems
  • Track 8-5 Impact of global climate change on agriculture
  • Track 8-6Enhancing policy instrument for environmental quality
  • Track 8-7Land degradation spreading the inclination towards insecurity
  • Track 8-8Agriculture intensification
  • Track 9-1Genomics
  • Track 9-2Next generation sequencing
  • Track 9-3Biotic and abiotic stresses
  • Track 9-4Breeding practices
  • Track 9-5Marker assisted selection
  • Track 9-6Reproductive technologies
  • Track 9-7Induced and transgenic resistance
  • Track 10-1Value chain approach and food security
  • Track 10-2Modernization of Staple Food production
  • Track 10-3Agriculture feedstock : Role in Biofuel production
  • Track 10-4Urban Agriculture