On 19 January 2024, IAMO together with the German Agribusiness Alliance (GAA) organises a panel discussion entitled “Sovereign, resilient, sustainable. World food and agricultural production of the future on the Eurasian continent”
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Within the framework of the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), IAMO in cooperation with the German Agribusiness Alliance (GAA) organises a panel discussion on “Sovereign, resilient, sustainable. World food and agricultural production of the future on the Eurasian continent”.
In a commendable effort to bolster international partnerships and foster collaborative initiatives, particularly with Chinese partners, Professor Thomas Glauben, Director of IAMO and Dr. Zhanli Sun together with other IAMO colleagues, recently participated in a series of conferences and events in...
From 15 to 20 October 2023, IAMO researcher Nodir Djanibekov participated in the German delegation to Uzbekistan organized by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and attended the InnoWeek in Tashkent.
With profound sadness, we announce that our esteemed colleague and friend, Professor Heinrich Hockmann, passed away on October 30, 2023 after a long and severe illness.
On 12-14 October 2023, project partners from Germany and Uzbekistan gathered for a final academic symposium of the Structured doctoral programme on Sustainable Agricultural Development in Central Asia (SUSADICA) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
A kick-off workshop of the project “Better understanding of the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices in Uzbekistan” (UzFarmBarometer) was held at the Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT), Uzbekistan, on 11 October 2023.
At the annual meeting of the Gesellschaft für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften des Landbaues e.V., IAMO scientists have been awarded for the submitted conference paper entitled "The Stability of Global Wheat Trade Network in the Post-Soviet Era - A Trade Duration Approach".
In a newly published article in Nature Sustainability, IAMO scientists Kathleen Hermans and Daniel Müller call for expanding the current research agenda on environmental migration and emphasize the necessity of including land degradation as a key element in migration and displacement studies.