News: agrifood policy

Regulating the Food Supply Chain through Blockchain

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Blockchain technology could help the international fight against food product fraud. Opinion piece by Jade Lindley and Adam Graycar.

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Corruption in Fisheries and Food Security

Fishing

By Professor Adam Graycar | Director, Stretton Institute and Dr Jade Lindley | Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia
Healthy and abundantly stocked oceans suitable for fisheries and tourism are vital for our region. Fisheries will continue as the main source of protein in the future, and securing sustainability is fundamental for food security.
This policy brief provides an overview of the issues around corruption in fisheries and the impacts on food security.

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Beyond Politics: Past, Current and Potential Futures for GM Regulation and Oversight in Australia webinar Recording

Seedlings

The Stretton Institute hosted a webinar on policy and regulation associated with genetic modification (GM) of food and crops in Australia on 21 July 2020. A recording of the webinar now available for viewing.

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COVID-19 and global food security webinar recording

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The Stretton Institute hosted our first webinar under the Agrifood policy research program on 28 April 2020  - an expert panel discussion on COVID-19 on global food security. A recording of the panel discussion is now available.

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