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Conferences

Soils of the world: how to reconcile the needs for food, fuel, water quality and biodiversity

 

Pedro A. Sanchez is Research Professor of Tropical Soils at the University of Florida Soil & Water Sciences Department and core faculty of the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems. Previous, he was Director of the Agriculture and Food Security Center at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, Director of the World Agroforestry Center, co-chair of the UN Millennium Project Hunger Task Force, and director of the Millennium Villages Project. He has lived in Cuba, the Philippines, Peru, Colombia and Kenya, and supervised research programs in over 25 countries of Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Africa. He is the 2002 World Food Prize laureate, a 2004 MacArthur Fellow, and was elected to the US National Academy of Sciences in 2012 for his “led path-breaking research on soil management for improved food production in the tropical world”.

Science, technology, policy, and wisdom to achieve global food & nutrition security

 

Gebisa Ejeta is Distinguished Professor of Plant Breeding & Genetics and International Agriculture, and is Executive Director of the Center for Global Food Security at Purdue University. He was policy advisory for several international development and U.S. government agencies, including USAID, U.S. State Department, and United Nations. Currently serves on the boards of the Global Crop Diversity Trust, the Chicago Council for Global Affairs’ Global Food and Agriculture Program, the National Academy of Sciences Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, the International Water Management Institute, and on the U.S. Board for International Food and Agricultural Development. Professor Ejeta is a 2009 World Food Prize Laureate and recipient of a national medal of honor from the President of Ethiopia.

Brazilian Soils: food, fuel and beyond

 

Lucia Anjos is professor of Department of Soil Science, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ), and Vice-Dean of Graduate Research. Graduated in Agronomy, specialist on Soil Genesis and Classification, working with soil taxonomy, soil management, soil organic matter, and ethnopedology. Advisor of the Graduate Program of Agronomy - Soil Science (CPGA-CS) and the Graduate Program in Science, Innovation and Technology in Agriculture (PPGCTIA). Chair of Division I - Soils in Space and Time of the Brazilian Soil Science Society. Member of SSSA, and in the IUSS is the Vice chair of Division I, member of the WRB Working Group, the Universal Soil Classification WG, and vice-chair of the Guy Smith Medal Award Committee. Member of the National Committee for development of Brazilian Soil Classification System (SiBCS) and of the PRONASOLOS working group.

Brazilian Agriculture: Beyond food and fuel

 

Maurício Lopes was the leader of the Maize Breeding Program and Head of R&D of the Embrapa Maize and Sorghum Center. He also was the Head of R&D of Embrapa, and head of R&D of Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology center. His contributions in R&D strategic planning and management include coordination of Embrapa´s current R&D Management System; coordination of a Competitive Grants Process; implementation of the strategic intelligence platform, among others. Dr. Lopes worked at the FAO; at Labex in Korea, at Agropolis Foundation, in Montpellier; at the Global Crop Diversity Trust, Germany; at the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, in London; at the International Advisory Committee of the Global Bioeconomy Council, Germany and at the World Food Center, in Davis. He was the Executive Director of R&D of Embrapa, and Currently, he is the President of Embrapa.

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BRAZILIAN SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY

LATIN AMERICAN SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF SOIL SCIENCE

Supported by

FEDERAL RURAL UNIVERSITY OF
RIO DE JANEIRO
THE BRAZILIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CORPORATION - SOILS
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
COORDINATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF HIGHER LEVEL EDUCATION

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