Spore exclusive
Robert Oliver

Cooking local, stimulating business

Robert Oliver is a world renowned New Zealand chef and TV presenter. He is author of two award-winning Pacific cook books, which were written with a vision of connecting the Pacific’s agriculture and tourism sectors using a ‘farm-to table’ approach. By stimulating local economies, this approach to local cuisine and agricultural products could become a key development tool for island states.

Book review

Smart agriculture

Smallholder farmers in developing countries are amongst the hardest hit by climate change, in part because of agriculture’s dependence on weather. The good news is that innovative approaches are being developed to overcome the challenges.

Opinion

Peter Wamboga-Mugirya

Director of Communication & Partnerships at SCIFODE

We can’t feed Africa without GMOs

Marc Ghislain

Biotechnologist at the International Potato Center (CIP)

GM crops: lessons from nature and two decades of cultivation

Christophe Noisette

Managing editor of Inf'OGM

GMO and food security: a dangerous illusion

If you want to contribute to this debate or suggest new topics, please follow these instructions

What do you think?

Can we feed the world without GMOs?

Submit Results

The Magazine

Latest Issues

n°181

Producing more with less

Water for agriculture

March - April 2016

n°180

The connected farmer

A new opportunity for the agricultural system

n°179

Agricultural incubation

A springboard for women and youth

Special Issues

2015

Global warming

Doing business in a time of climate change

.pdf .html

The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is a joint international institution of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States and the European Union (EU). CTA operates under the framework of the Cotonou Agreement and is funded by the EU.