Issue of November 24, 2019
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BSU to host int’l conference on food, environment, culture
by Alma Santiago

Researchers from the different institutions within and outside the Philippines will be converging during the 2nd International Conference on Food, Environment and Culture which will be hosted by Benguet State University on Nov. 27 to 29 at Crown Legacy Hotel in Baguio City.

This year’s conference theme is “Building climate resilience through inclusive global innovations.”

The delegates are composed of researchers from Kochi University and Osaka-Kyoiku University in Japan, Kongju National University in South Korea, National Chiayi University in Taiwan, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University Chonburi Business Administration Technological College in Thailand, Federal University Lokoja in Nigeria, and from the different colleges and universities and different government and non-government institutions in the Philippines.

Belgium Ambassador to the Philippines Michel Goffin will be the keynote speaker during the opening program on Nov. 27 and Department of Agriculture Sec. William D. Dar will be the guest of honor during the closing program on Nov. 29.

Local and international plenary speakers will also be sharing their expertise in the field of food, environment, forestry and culture.

During the activity, the researchers will be presenting their research papers orally under the competing and non-competing event.

There will also be poster presentation covering the topics on food, environment, culture and forestry.

Winners in the competing oral presentation and the poster presentation will receive cash prize and certificate.

BSU technologies and various research development and extension efforts will also be exhibited in the activity.

The primary aim of the international conference is to showcase and enhance the research culture through learning experiences in the multidisciplinary fields of food, environment, and culture. The conference serves an avenue to better understand the behavioral, biophysical, economic, institutional, political, socio-cultural and technological drivers, current and future global food security and environmental protection.

BSU hosted the 1st International Conference on Food, Environment, and Culture in 2017, which was attended by 269 local, national and international academes, government agencies and other institutions.

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