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* Corresponding author 1 IFRAI - Initiative française pour la recherche agronomique Internationale 2 DGD-RS - Direction générale déléguée à la recherche et à la stratégie 3 ES-Direction - Direction du département Environnements et sociétés 4 Université de Göttingen 5 ENGREF - Ecole Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts 6 CIHEAM - Centre International des Hautes Études Agronomiques Méditerranéennes 7 IDDRI - Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales

Abstract : How can agriculture produce food for 9 billion inhabitants in 2050 and achieve the Millennium Development Goals of alleviating poverty, reducing hunger and protecting the environment? In order to take up these challenges and to design tomorrow-s food and agriculture systems, research organizations have to define strategies and options, and public policy makers their priorities from now on, relying on foresight studies. Various studies have been conducted to assess scenarios for the long-term future of food and agriculture in the world. Each one has its own objectives, methodologies, and results. Analyzing, comparing and discussing hypotheses, methodologies and results were the objectives of the FI4IAR-CTA seminar -Thinking Forward: assessments, projections and foresights-, organized during the GCARD 2010 process. This dialogue, which sometimes led to scientific disputes, proved productive and encouraging. Is it a forum that should be continued in the future?

Mots-clés : PRODUCTION AGRICOLE POLITIQUE INTERNATIONALE SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE STRATEGIE





Author: Bernard Hubert - Jacques Brossier - Patrick Caron - Pierre Fabre - Hartwig De Haen - Benoît Labbouz - Michel Petit - Sébastien

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