A National Stakeholder Consultation workshop was held in Delhi from 9-10 November. The event brought together national and state-level stakeholders from public and private sector to discuss progress on the TEEBAgriFood India project. TEEBAgriFood India is guided by the co-chairs of the Project Steering Committee (PSC) – Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare and Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change. Following a virtual inception workshop and meetings of the PSC, the scope of the project was determined to be the scaling up of organic agriculture and agroforestry in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Two institutes were selected to undertake the implementation of the project - G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology in Uttarakhand, and ICAR-Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research in Uttar Pradesh.
The purpose of this national workshop is to bring together key stakeholders, partners and experts involved in order to discuss the scope and emerging results of work to assess the impacts of various agri-food systems and policy interventions. The project seeks to complement the Indian Government's commendable initiatives for agricultural sustainability and biodiversity conservation.
- Background Note
- Summary and outcomes
- Recording (forthcoming)
- Photos (forthcoming)