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    Thailand drafted the Law on Sustainable Agricultural Development to establish the National Institute of Organic Agriculture

    • Last Update: 2020-12-16
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    Food Partners Network Thailand's Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, December 9 news: Minister Arten said that in 2020 Thailand's organic agriculture area of more than 400,000 Lei, the Thai Agricultural Sustainable Development Commission is satisfied with the results, and will continue to revise the draft Agricultural Sustainable Development Law to improve it.
    , the National Institute of Organic Agriculture will be established and the Sustainable Development Plan for Agriculture in Cities will be implemented.
    resolution of the Third Executive Committee of the Agricultural Sustainable Development System of Thailand 2020, as follows: 1. Consideration and approval of the draft Phase I (2021-2022) of the Action Plan for Sustainable Agricultural Development as a framework for implementation.
    2, the principles of the National Institute of Organic Agriculture are considered and approved.
    the Working Group to promote organic agriculture in accordance with the Organic Agriculture Development Strategy Plan.
    3, the Executive Committee of the Agricultural Sustainable Development System has developed a guidance document for the implementation of the PGS certification system for organic agriculture.
    4, approved the implementation of the urban sustainable agricultural development plan, the goal is to cover 77 provinces in Thailand.
    to increase the green areas of cities based on the five areas of sustainable agricultural development, namely: agroforestry, natural agriculture, organic agriculture, integrated agriculture and new theoretical agriculture.
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