Sino-German Agricultural Centre
The "Sino-German Agricultural Centre" (DCZ) is a bilateral cooperation project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) and has been implemented by IAK Agrar Consulting GmbH as lead partner in cooperation with the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) since 04/2018.
In the context of this project the Sino-German Agricultural Week (Deutsch-Chinesische Agrarwoche; DCAW) takes place annually in Beijing in November.
Newsletters/documents from IAK's projects funded by the BMEL
Project newsletters and other documents are issued at regular intervals in the context of the cooperation projects of the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) implemented by IAK Agrar Consulting GmbH. Apart from the project news, they communicate information about the agriculture sector in the respective country.
You can directly download the newsletters/documents (PDF files) on the official websites of the projects:
- German-Kazakh Agricultural Policy Dialogue
- German-Ukrainian Agricultural Policy Dialogue
- German-Mongolian cooperation project "Sustainable Agriculture"
- Sino-German Agricultural Centre
For further information on the bilateral cooperation programme of the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) please see: https://www.bmel-kooperationsprogramm.de
"Climate Change and Agriculture – Perspectives from China and Germany"
As the outcome of our Sino-German collaboration project, a new publication compiles articles on responses to climate-related challenges as well as approaches in the agricultural sector in both countries. It introduces the current climate policy in China and Germany and provides information on the development of GHG emissions and the most important political measures taken. Furthermore, research findings with a focus on mitigation of GHG in livestock production are presented, focusing on nitrogen use efficiency in livestock production and options for improvement. Climate change impacts on crop production in Europe and its projected future impacts are presented and adaptation and mitigation measures through plant breeding are assessed. Current global developments and their impacts on GHG emissions are covered by comparing emissions from pork production and feed imports in China and the European Union, highlighting the impacts of recent trade disruptions and African swine fever on trade flows of pig feed, pork and related emissions.
"Strategies for the adaptation of the agricultural and the water sectors to the impacts of climate change"
This project brochure (in Spanish language) was created as part of the DEG-project “Transmission of a decision support system for the adaptation of agriculture and water management to the impacts of climate change” in Durango/Mexico. Based on climate simulation from the Dresden University of Technology for the region of Durango, adaptation strategies were developed for both of the sectors mentioned above and implemented as pilot measures in personalized consultancies. This brochure is a documentation of the current situation in both sectors and the adaptation measures, which was given to the project partners during the closing workshop.
Systems of computer- and GPS-based site-specific farm management - a practical assessment
Head of the author community:
Prof. Dr. Günter Hasert, Landwirtschaftliche Unternehmensberatung Liebertwolkwitz (LUB) GmbH
2003, Deutscher Bauernverlag GmbH