Sustainable water management for food security

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Bogor
Indonesia
Organizer(s)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Ministry of Agriculture Republic of Indonesia

Objectives

This workshop will:

- Initiate a national policy dialogue to advance policy and institutional reforms related to water resources and quality in agriculture
- Outline the challenges for water systems affected by agriculture, with particular focus on the potential effects of climate change and the implications for food security
- Identify and prioritize investments to advance the performance and sustainability of agricultural water systems, to both improve water use efficiency by agriculture and lower agricultural pollution of water systems
- Substantiate the dialogue with analytical work, international best practice and the experience of experts

The topics will include:

• Responding to scarcity: Lessons from Australian Water Markets
• Meeting the present and future challenges of agricultural water management in Asia: Towards a New Framework for Action
• Food Security and the Water Futures of Java.
• How getting the "demand side" right, by empowering community led initiatives, is leading to sustainable management of freshwater in New Zealand.

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