Agricultural circular economy

ABSTRACT Food loss and waste (FLW) is a complex issue, occurring at various stages and involving various actors along the food supply chains. Since the call of SDGs in 2015, reducing FLW has been listed as the third target in the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) 12 “Responsible Consumption...
ABSTRACT In Vietnam, the development of intensified crop production systems and high-yielding modern varieties that are aimed at addressing problems in food security increased the amount of crop residues (rice straw, rice husk, coffee husk, and other agricultural by-products) being left in the...
ABSTRACT The agriculture sector is an important economic sector in Malaysia, contributing 7.3% (US 23.89 Million) to the national GDP. The crops planted in Malaysia can be grouped into two, industrial crops such as palm oil, rubber, and cocoa and crops for domestic market rice, vegetables,...
ABSTRACT In Taiwan millions of livestocks are raized for animal protein supply, however most of the feed ingredients are imported. For food safety and sustainable environment, explore the available locally produced feed resources is a more and more urgent issue. There are lots of by-products...
ABSTRACT The Netherlands is a global leader in innovative agriculture, well equipped with the knowledge and expertise to help its agriculture industry transform into a sustainable industry based on circular agriculture principles. Waste management is one of the main aspects of circular...