Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], September 6 (ANI): The three-day G20 technical workshop in Climate Resilient Agriculture’ concluded on Wednesday in Hyderabad, an official assertion mentioned.
The three-day occasion from September 4-6 was organised by the Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE), Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare at Hotel Novotel, Hyderabad Airport.
The occasion was attended by about 100 delegates together with these from the G20 member states, invited nations, and International Organizations.
‘Senior Officials from the Ministry of Agriculture and Jal Shakthi, Chemicals and Fertilizers, and Earth Sciences attended the assembly and introduced their views on the varied problems with agriculture analysis pertaining to Climate Change within the Global context,’ the assertion knowledgeable.
The inaugural session was attended by the Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Shobha Karandlaje and Himanshu Pathak, Secretary DARE and DG Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Dr SK Chaudhari, DDG (NRM) ICARChair, G20 Technical Workshop, India.
During the three-day occasion, deliberations have been centered on points associated to climate-resilient agriculture wants and improvements, upscaling climate-resilient agriculture case research and experiences, and coverage, finance, and institutional wants for climate-resilient agriculture.
Senior delegates from completely different nations and worldwide organizations mentioned technological, institutional, and policy-related wants and imperatives, it added.
‘They additionally deliberated on scientific and progressive options which are required to deal with these rising challenges to scale back the uncertainty within the agriculture meals programs,’ the assertion knowledgeable DDG Chaudhari, chatting with ANI, mentioned, “We had a very useful discussion at the G20 workshop here. Many International delegates from different countries have participated in this. We focused on Research and technology development and also its reach to the farmers. We also discussed about the policies and financial management for climate resilient agriculture.”Dr VK Singh, Director, ICAR- CRIDA says, “Apart from G20 countries, invited countries like Oman and Mauritius also participated in the meeting here. We all shared our knowledge and experiences on climate resilient agriculture and we conducted discussions on it.” (ANI)