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The Global Plant Council (GPC) is a coalition of plant and crop science societies from across the globe. GPC seeks to bring plant scientists together to work synergistically toward solving the pressing problems we face.

The central focus of the GPC is to define and engage in coordinated strategies and projects that will have impact on the most critical global issues: world hunger, energy, climate change, health and well-being, sustainability and environmental protection.

News

2,000 Hectares of Irrigated Farmland lost daily to Salt-Induced Degradation

Every day for more than 20 years, an average of 2,000 hectares of irrigated land in arid and semi-arid areas across 75 countries have been degraded by salt, according to a new study — Economics of Salt-induced Land Degradation and Restoration — published by the UNU Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH).

IITA and DFID discuss how to ensure agricultural innovations and food security

Scientists and development specialists met on World Food Day to discuss policies that will enable the growth of food, agriculture, food security and livelihoods in the South Western region of Nigeria, and address the obstacles behind it.

Events

ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meeting

Long Beach, CA

The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America will host more than 4,000 scientists, professionals, educators, and students at the 2014 International Annual Meetings, "Grand Challenges—Great Solutions".

Fifth International Conference on Plants & Environmental Pollution

Lucknow, India

International Society of Environmental Botanists (ISEB) is a non-governmental, nonprofit registered scientific Society founded in 1994 to promote research, education and awareness activities and to disseminate information on the role of plants in environmental protection, pollution remediation and biodiversity conservation.

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