Innovative farming and forestry across the emerging world: the role of genetically modified crops and trees
De Buck, S., Ingelbrecht, I., Heijde, M., and Van Montagu M. (2016).
Gent, Belgium. International Industrial Biotechnology Network (IIBN).128 pages
This book assessed the role of biotechnology innovation for sustainable development in emerging and developing economies. It compiles studies that each illustrate the potential, demonstrated value and challenges of biotechnology applications for sustainable agricultural innovation and/or industrial development in a national, regional and international context.
This book was written in the frame of the International Industrial Biotechnology Network (IIBN), a joint initiative between UNIDO and IPBO (International Plant Biotechnology Outreach) supported by the Flemish government (EWI). IIBN coordinated by IPBO fosters the development of sustainable applications of agricultural and industrial biotechnology in developing and emerging economies through international cooperation.
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