Belen Balerdi, Livestock Management Center of Álava-SERGAL and member of the FRM, and Jose Mari Zeberio, Secretary General, participated in the program Plaza Nueva of Radio Vitoria.
Among the 28-30 was celebrated the public forum of the World Trade Organization-WTO. This year the title of the forum was "Global Problems, Global Solutions: Towards better global governance".
The Director of the Foundation Institute Of Rio Negro-INDRA, Aler Donadío, took part in a conference entitled "New Proposals for Responsible Tourism in Uruguay", organized by the Ministry of Tourism of the South American country.
Poorest regions with the highest levels of chronic hunger are likely to be among the worst affected by climate change, according to an FAO discussion. Many developing countries, particularly in Africa, could become increasingly dependent on food imports.
Representatives of agricultural organizations ASAJA, COAG, UPA, Agro-Food Cooperatives, industry, distribution and Spanish Government have signed a document to save the Spanish citrus sector.
The Peruvian Center for Social Studies-CEPES, collaborator of the World Rural Forum and a member of the National Convention of Peruvian Agriculture-CONVEAGRO, has released a new edition of the journal La Revista Agraria.
The Asian Farmers' Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA), member of WRF, a regional alliance of nine national farmers' organizations, in eight countries in Asia, representing ten million farmers, will hold a consultation-workshop, entitled "Farmers' Voices, Farmers' Choices: AFA Regional Consultations on Food Sovereignty, Climate Change and Marketing", on October 6-10, 2009, at Princeton Park Suites, No. 3, Mitmaitri Road, Din Daeng District, Bangkok, Thailand.
The Center for Research and Promotion of Farmers-CIPCA of Bolivia began its campaign "Let's face along with climate change" on 22 September, with the screening of a documentary on how climate change will affect the 4 major regions of Bolivia.