Agricultural circular economy

 ABSTRACT The sustainability of the next generation's ability to have access to enough food and a good standard of living will be put at risk if current patterns of food production and consumption are retained. The conflict of interest between agricultural and non-agricultural land use...
ABSTRACT Pulses are rich in dietary fiber, complex carbohydrates, starch, minerals such as potassium, iron, zinc etc. Pulses can significantly improve global nutrition, help to eliminate hunger and tackle many chronic health conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Pulses consumption is...
ABSTRACT The sustainable food system is dynamics process where the achievement of current food security will not hamper the capability of future generation to secure their food. The concept of healthy diets and circular economy approaches to reduce food loss and waste is addressed in  the...
ABSTRACT Many areas in the world produce more manure nutrients than available cropland can assimilate due to agglomeration of livestock production.  Development of technologies for nutrient reuse was identified as one of the five main challenges in waste management within a circular economy...
ABSTRACT The phenomenon that Taiwan has the worst drought in a 100-year period and subsequent torrential rains in 2021 proves that climate change is happening and human beings need to respond actively. Net-zero carbon emissions has become a global trend and Taiwan has set this as a national goal...