Parallel session 19 – Food security in a changing world

Thursday 2 October 2014 – Day 3, 11.00-12.30 pm
Room 9
Chair: Mark Howden (CSIRO)
National scale adaptation value in wheat farm systems by 2030, filling the yield gap or interactive benefits?
Afshin Ghahramani*1, Philip Kokic1, Bangyou Zheng2, Andrew Moore1, Mark Howden1
1CSIRO, Australia, 2CSIRO, Australia
Strengths and weaknesses of using spatial analogues to discuss climate change with farmers. 
Peter Hayman*, Dane Thomas
South Australian Research and Development Institute, Australia
Consumer perspectives of adaptation in the food sector
Lilly Lim-Camacho1, Gemma Lewis*2, Simon Somogyi3, Anoma Ariyawardana3, Steven Crimp4
1CSIRO, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Australia, 3University of Queensland, Australia, 4CSIRO, Australia
Community and school gardens as food hubs: Avenues in Australia’s National Strategy for Disaster Resilience for building social resilience to disasters
Kimberley Reis
Urban Research Program. Griffith School of Environment, Australia
A novel, climate resilient, bio-diverse and sustainable cropping system for rice
Gurbir S. Bhullar*1,2, Peter J. Edwards2, Harry Olde Venterink3
1Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Switzerland, 2Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland, 3Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Resilience Webs: Climate Change and Food Sovereignty in Southeast New South Wales Australia Authors: Dr George Bell, Dr Karin Geiselhart
George Bell
The Australian National University, Australia