Regional expert workshop (Climate change, water & food security), September 17 – 21, 2012, Bogor agriculture university, Indonesia


According to the World Bank, East and Southeast Asia will undergo extreme food crisis in the year 2025 and beyond: Climate change will increase the frequency of droughts, floods, crop stress, crop pests and diseases with direct affect on crop yields. Furthermore, most Southeast Asian countries have been focusing on economic growth of non-agricultural investments while mainly neglecting spendings on agriculture and irrigation infrastructure.

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