Conference "Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Food Safety and Strategic Identification of Emerging Risks", held in Bangkok, Thailand.
Day 1 - November 25th, 2009
- Welcome by the NFI President, the President of CLT MD, and Dr. H.J.P. Marvin from RIKILT - Institute of Food Safety
- Climate change general introduction and effect of ozone levels and food security in Asia. By Dr.L.D. Emberson, York University/FERA, United Kingdom (2,38 mb)
- Potential Climate Change impact on Food Safety. By Alistair Boxall, University of York/FERA, United Kingdom (2,88 mb)
- Climate change and foreseen effects and implications for Asia. By Prof.Dr. Nipon Tangtham Kasetsart University, Thailand (3,07 mb)
- Food Safety Management Strategies: Tools and Direction. The role of Delphi Study and the Use of Risk Evaluation. By Prof. Dr. L. Frewer Wageningen University, Dept. Food Safety and Consumer Behaviour, The Netherlands (497,68 kb)
- FAO strategies to Combat Emerging Food Safety Risk posed by Climate Change. By Dr. M. Takeuchi, FAO (AGNS), Italy (953,73 kb)
- Strategies to stimulate and improve information sharing between all stakeholders to mitigate the potential harmful effects of climate change. By Ms. Aree Wattana Tummakrid, Office of National Resources and Environmental, Thailand (2,17 mb)
- Strategies to identify emerging food safety risks. By Dr. H.J.P. Marvin, RIKILT – Institute of Food Safety, The Netherlands (1,21 mb)
- Initiatives and Developments in the Assessment of emerging food safety Risks for Mycotoxin. By Dr. P. Battilani, UNICATT, Italy (3,86 mb)
Day 2 - November 26th, 2009
- Consortium meeting. Only for SELAMAT members and invited persons.