Global Plan of Action for the Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture: And the Leipzig Declaration : Adopted by the International Technical Conference on Plant Genetic Resources, Leipzig, Germany 17-23 June 1996
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1996 - Nature - 63 pages
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Leipzig Declaration on Conservation and Sustainable Utilization
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accessions activity is closely Agenda 21 agricultural research centres appropriate Assessment biodiversity Biological Diversity breeders capacity characterization and evaluation closely linked collaboration communities conservation and sustainable conservation and utilization conserve genetic Constructing comprehensive information Convention on Biological cooperation coordination Coordination/administration core collections developing countries efforts ex situ collections ex situ conservation facilitate farmers food and agriculture food production genebanks genetic diversity genetic enhancement genetic erosion germplasm Global Plan Governments identify implementation improvement of plant institutions Intermediate objectives international agricultural research Leipzig Declaration Long-term objectives management and improvement materials NGOs non-governmental organizations PGRFA Plan of Action plant breeding plant genetic resources plants for food Policy/strategy priority activity private sector protected areas regeneration regional and international relatives and wild relevant Research/technology resources for food species strategies Supporting on-farm management sustainable agriculture sustainable utilization Sustaining existing ex technologies under-utilised utilization of plant varieties wild crop relatives wild plants