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September 16-18, 2024 | Rome, Italy
FAT 2022

Shashi Bhushan Vemuri

Shashi Bhushan Vemuri, Speaker at Food Science Congress
Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University, India
Title : Sustainable agriculture: food safety


As the world population continues to grow, much more effort and innovation will be urgently needed in order to sustainably increase agricultural production, improve the global supply chain, decrease food losses and waste, and ensure that all who are suffering from hunger and malnutrition have access to nutritious food. Many in the international community believe that it is possible to eradicate hunger within the next generation, and are working together to achieve this goal.Agriculture is both a cause and solution to environmental problems. Agriculture is linked to biodiversity loss and climate change. However, sustainable agriculture also has the unique potential to mitigate climate change and strengthen resilience to the impacts of climate change. Food security is monitored in near-real time by different organizations and initiatives at the international, national, and regional scale. These platforms work by creating the infrastructure for distinct groups of stakeholders to come together and work hand-in-hand to solve the economic, social, and environmental challenges that affect them all. Vision for sustainable food and agriculture is therefore important for the world in which food is nutritious and accessible for everyone and natural resources are managed in a way that maintain ecosystem functions to support current as well as future human needs. Sustainable agriculture plays a vital role in the economies of both under-developed and developed countries. This role is more vital for agricultural countries. The first task is to achieve a state of food security for all the population through sustainable agriculture. Sustainable agriculture includes the investment of available natural resources, the employment of all potential opportunities for the rural population, and agricultural raw materials to increase agricultural exports


Prof. Shashi Vemuri was Formerly Senior Professor/ principal scientist and university head of entomology in India. with specialization in Pesticide Residues, Insect Toxicology, food safety and food security issues and worked for more than 36 years indifferent capacities as Professor/ Researcher and Extension scientist. He/has published more than 130 research articles, 4 book chapters He has published more than 35 papers in reputed journals. Participated in more than 45 International Conferences and member of various Professional Committees and organizations.