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Round Table Series

THE GENESIS OF THE DEBT FOR NATURE SWAP: IMPLICATIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN EMERGING NATIONS
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Round Table at The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

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FOOD EQUIVALENCE AND CERTIFICATION
:
WHAT’S NEW AND WHAT TO EXPECT

Wednesday, March 9, 2010

Embassy of Denmark

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AQUACULTURE, FOOD SAFETY AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Embassy of Norway

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WOMEN FARMERS:
LOCAL PRODUCTION AND LOCAL MARKETS
Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Embassy of South Africa


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Round Table Discussion at the Embassy of South Africa Focuses on
Women Farmers: Local Production and Local Markets
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World Food Law Institute Round Table Discussion at the Royal Norwegian Embassy
Aquaculture, Food Safety And International Trade



updated: January 8, 2010

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Embassy of Denmark
Food Equivalence And Certification:


March 9, 2010

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Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
The Genesis Of The Debt For Nature Swap: Implications For Rural Development In Emerging Nations



April 28, 2010

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World Food Law Institute Round Table Discussion at the Royal Norwegian Embassy
Aquaculture, Food Safety And International Trade



updated: January 8, 2010

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updated: December 8, 2011