Focus on Food and Water
Convened by University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE, United States
10-20-2013 - 10-23-2013
Policy Position papers
ISGP Podcast: Say Cheese!
Dr. Iain Wright
How do you feel about GM technologies improving nutritional content and yield for both human and animal consumption? Livestock make up an extremely...
Innovation and Policy against Hunger in a Water-Constrained World
Konstantinos Giannakas, Ph.D.
Professor and Director, Center for Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, Department of
Agricultural Economics, ...
This paper discusses the role of innovation and policy in the fight against hunger in a waterconstrained world. The innovations considered here are g...
Water: A Resource Critical to Food Production and Survival
Elizabeth A. Bihn, Ph.D.
Senior Extension Associate, Department of Food Science, Cornell University,
Geneva, New York, United States
Fresh water is a limited and valuable natural resource that is crucial to human health and survival. Poor quality water continues to result in human ...
Improved Water Policies and New Technology
Alvin Smucker, Ph.D.
Professor of Soil Biophysics; Director, Michigan State University Subsurface Water Retention Technology Program, Michigan State ...
Growing world populations, increased transport costs, and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) contamination, combined with changing climates demand the es...
Improved Water Policies and New Technology will Promote Greater Food and Cellulosic Biomass Production and Reduce Competition for Water
Alvin Smucker, Ph.D.
Professor of Soil Biophysics; Director, Michigan State University Subsurface Water Retention
Technology Program, Michigan State...
Growing world populations, increased transport costs, and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) contamination, combined with changing climates demand the e...
Opportunities and Threats to Widespread Adoption of Bacterial Standards for Agricultural Water
Edward R. Atwill, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Director, Western Institute for Food Safety and Security,
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, D...
Within the proposed Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule are new standards for the maximum allowable concentration of the indicator bacte...
Water as an Essential Element in Food Safety
Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D.
Vice President, Illinois Institute of Technology; and Director, Institute for Food Safety and
Health, Bedford Park, Illino...
Most public health officials understand that contaminated food and water can be important contributors to both infectious and chronic diseases. What ...
Improving Livestock Water Productivity
Iain A. Wright, Ph.D.
Program Leader, Animal Science for Sustainable Productivity,
International Livestock Research Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Demand for livestock products is increasing rapidly in the developing world as a consequence of population growth, rising incomes, urbanization, and ...
Can we achieve global food security without compromising the use of water to meet other human and environmental needs?
Roberto Lenton, Ph.D.
Roberto Lenton, Ph.D. Founding Executive Director, Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Ins
Food Safety, Security, and Defense: Focus on Food and Water
October 20–23, 2013
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.
Food Safety, Security, and Defense: Focus on Food and Water October 20–23, 2013 University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.