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Workshop on Environment, Resources and Agricultural Policies in China, 19-21 June 2006, Beijing

 

Workshop on Environment, Resources and Agricultural Policies in China

This meeting will be held on 19-21 June 2006 at the Asia Hotel in Beijing, China. It is being organised by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and the OECD's Directorate for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries (AGR). This meeting will start promptly at 9:00 on 19 June.

Contacts:
Overall Organisation: Andrzej Kwiecinski: Andrzej.KWIECINSKI@oecd.org and
LI Na: nanali8830@sohu.com
Logistics: Anita Lari: Anita.LARI@oecd.org

Logistics Information Note

Draft Agenda (as at 19 June 2006)

Provisional List of Participants (as at 16 June 2006)

Papers/PPT Presentations: 

Papers in English:

Session 1. Agro-environmental situation and policies in China: practice and outcomes

  • Selected Aspects of water Management in China: State, Policy Responses and Future Trends - By Simon Spooner and Krzysztof Michalak
  • Effects of Integrated Ecosystem Management on Land Degradation Control and Poverty Reduction - By HAN Jun
  • Water Resources and Agricultural Production in China: The Present Situation - By MA Xiaohe and FANG Songhai
  • PPT presentation by MA Xiaohe

Session 2. Experiences in agricultural resource management and environmental protection in OECD countries

  • Agri-environmental Policies in OECD Countries and Natural Resource Management - By Wilfrid Legg
  • PPT presentation by Wilfrid Legg
  • Market Mechanisms in Water Allocation in Australia - By Seamus Parker
  • The Dutch Approach to Water Quality Problems Related to Fertilisation and Crop Protection - By Peter J.M. van Boheemen
  • PPT presentation by Peter J.M. van Boheemen 
  • Policy Issues Regarding Water Availability and Water Quality in Agriculture in the United States - By Dennis Wichelns
  • PPT presentation by Dennis Wichelns
  • Decision Support Tools to Aid Policy Design and Implementation for Sustainable Resource Use in Agriculture - By Kevin Parris
  • PPT presentation by Kevin Parris

Session 3. Policy options for China

  • Fertilizer Use in Chinese Agriculture - By CHEN Mengshan 
  • Conserving Agricultural Biodiversity through Water Markets in China: Lessons from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment - By Jeffrey A. McNeely
  • PPT presentation by Jeffrey A. McNeely
  • A Resource Utilization Approach to Resolving Food Security Issues in China - By KE Bingsheng 
  • Models and Strategies for the Development of Circular Agriculture in China - By Tang Huajun and Yin Changbin  
  • Does Crop Insurance Influence Agrochemical Use in the Current Chinese Situation? A Case Study in the Manasi Watershed, Xinjiang - By ZHONG Funing, NING Manxiu and XING Li
  • The Crop Protection Industry Role in Supporting Sustainable Agriculture Development in China - By Jeff Au (paper presented by Roy Ru)
  • PPT presentation by Jeff Au (presented by Roy Ru) Does Crop Insurance Influence Agrochemical Use in the Current Chinese Situation? A Case Study in the Manasi Watershed, Xinjiang - By ZHONG Funing, NING Manxiu and XING Li

 

Papers in Chinese:

Session 1. Agro-environmental situation and policies in China: practice and outcomes

  • Selected Aspects of Water Management in China: State, Policy Responses and Future Trends - By Simon Spooner and Krzysztof Michalak
  • Water Resources Situation and Agricultural Production in China - By MA Xiaohe

Session 2. Experiences in agricultural resource management and environmental protection in OECD countries

  • Agri-environmental Policies in OECD Countries and Natural Resource Management - By Wilfrid Legg
  • Market Mechanisms in Water Allocation in Australia - By Seamus Parker
  • Policy Issues Regarding Water Availability and Water Quality in Agriculture in the United States - By Dennis Wichelns

Session 3. Policy options for China

  • Fertilizer Use and Sustainable Development of Agriculture in China - By CHEN Mengshan
  • Conserving Agricultural Biodiversity through Water Markets in China: Lessons from the Millenium Ecosystem Assessment - By Jeffrey A. McNeely
  • How to Resolve the Problem of Food Security from the Point of View of Resources - By KE Bingsheng
  • Policies for the Sustainable Development of Chinese Agriculture - By TANG Huajun
  • Does Crop Insurance Influence Agrochemical Use in the Current Chinese Situation? A Case Study in the Manasi Watershed, Xinjiang - By ZHONG Funing
  • The Crop Protection Industry Role in Supporting Sustainable Agriculture Development in China - By Jeff Au (paper presented by Roy Ru) 

 

 

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