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Simpozijum o zemljištu Nnovom Sadu

Poštovane kolege i prijatelji, Poljoprivredni fakultet Univerziteta u Novom Sadu, Srpsko društvo za proučavanje zemljišta i Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo Novi Sad, organizuju Simpozijum sa međunarodnim učešćem pod nazivom: „Zemljište u doba precizne poljoprivrede i informacionih tehnologija”. Pozivamo Vas da uzmete učešće u radu simpozijuma i rezultate istraživanja podelite sa učesnicima.

Simpozijum će se održati na Poljoprivrednom fakultetu Univerziteta u Novom Sadu od 16-17 juna 2022. godine.

Uvaženi član Udruženja i član Upravnog odbora Udruženja dr Nenad Malić aktivno je učestvovao na SoilAgroIT2022 simpozijumu u Novom Sadu, 16. i 17. 06. 2022. godine, u organizaciji Poljoprivrednog fakulteta Univerziteta u Novom Sadu.

Fotografije s učešća kolege Malića možete vidjeti ispod:

 

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Ivana Mitrović član Udruženja uspješno završila Master

Ivana Mitrović član Udruženja uspješno završili Master studije na CIHEAM – IAM Bari, Italija, u okviru SMARTWATER PROJEKTA KOJI JE PRVI KOORDINATORSKI H2020 projekat u BiH a koji koordinira UNI-BL i Mihajlo Marković, predsjednik Udruženja…

Ivana Mitrović se ovim riječima obratila članovima Smartwater projekta:

Poštovani,

želim da Vam saopštim da smo uspješno završili odbranu projekta i završni spit pred Komisijom. dobili smo naš master diplome za ovu godinu, a u prilog vam šaljemo par fotografije sa Ceremeonije.

Želim ovom prilikom, u Alanovo i svoje ime da zahvalim svim članovima Komisije SMARTWATER projekta. Nema riječi kojim bi opisali koliko smo zahvalni što nam je uopšte omogućeno da se školujemo i boravimo u Italiji.

Hvala Vam na prilici, hvala za svu podršku  i pomoć koju ste nam kao tim pružali tokom protekle godine.  Nadam se da će biti prilika da se odužimo, barem ovim znanjem koje stičemo.

Velikoa HVALA

S poštovanjem,

Alen i Ivana

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Član udruženja Ejub Trako odbranio doktorsku disertaciju

Uvaženi član našeg udruženja Ejub Trako odbranio je 25.05.2022. godine na Poljoprivredno-prehrambenom fakultetu Univerziteta u Sarajevu doktorsku disertaciju na temu „Evaluacija i reklasifikacija tipova tala pedološke karte Bosne i Hercegovine korištenjem savremenih metoda nacionalne genetske i svjetske referentne klasifikacije“.Mentor disertacije je Prof. dr Melisa Ljuša sa Poljoprivredno-prehrambenog fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu, a članovi komisije za odbranu disertacije bili su Prof. dr Hamid Čustović, Prof. dr Mihajlo Marković, Prof. dr Hamdija Čivić i Doc. dr Mirza Tvica.

Rezime disertacije možete pogledati na ovom linku:

pdf Član udruženja Ejub Trako odbranio doktorsku disertaciju  Abstrakt (276,1 KiB, 135 hits)

Ispred Udruženja za proučavanje zemljišta/tla u Bosni i Hercegovini upućujemo iskrene čestitke!

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Land Degradation Neutrality

Land is being degraded rapidly worldwide. Ensuring food security for a growing global population requires healthy land resources and flourishing ecosystems. Yet our current agricultural practices are causing soils worldwide to be eroded up to 100 times faster than natural processes replenish them. ​

We have already altered 70 percent of all ice-free land, impacting over 3.2 billion people. At current rates, 90 percent of land will bear our imprint by 2050. The impacts of land degradation will be felt by most of the world’s population. ​Land degradation also changes and disrupts rainfall patterns, exacerbates extreme weather like droughts or floods, and drives further climate change.​ It results in social and political instability, which drives poverty, conflict, and migration. ​

The UNCCD’s goal of land degradation neutrality (LDN) can halt, and then reverse, this alarming picture of the future. ​We are already helping 129 of the world’s 196 countries that have pledged (or are aiming) to arrest land degradation by 2030. ​More than 100 countries participate in the Changwon Initiative, which supports national voluntary target setting processes to achieve land degradation neutrality (LDN). We define LDN as “a state whereby the amount and quality of land resources necessary to support ecosystem functions and services to enhance food security remain stable, or increase, within specified temporal and spatial scales and ecosystems.”​

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Rising up from drought together

In addition to drought, human activities also contribute to desertification – the degradation of land in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas. It occurs because dryland ecosystems, which cover over one-third of the world’s land area, are extremely vulnerable to overexploitation and inappropriate land use. Poverty, political instability, deforestation, overgrazing and bad irrigation practices can all undermine the productivity of the land. For these reasons, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed yearly to promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification. The day is a unique moment to remind everyone that land degradation neutrality is achievable through problem-solving, strong community involvement and cooperation at all levels.

This year, the theme of the International Day against Desertification and drought is “Rising up from drought together”, and will be observed on June 17. The global observance of the event will take place in Spain, a country that is particularly vulnerable to drought.

 

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2022 Desertification and Drought Day

2022 global observance of the Desertification and Drought Day will be hosted by the government of Spain. To learn more about this event and explore the ways to join the global campaign, share your story of drought resilience or feature your event on 17 June, please visit this page: https://bit.ly/DDDay2022

Drought is one of the most destructive natural disasters in terms of the loss of life, arising from impacts, such as widescale crop failure, wildfires and water stress. Exacerbated by land degradation and climate change, droughts are increasing in frequency and severity, up 29% since 2000, with 55 million people affected every year. By 2050, droughts may affect an estimated three-quarters of the world’s population. It’s a global and urgent issue. Droughts have always been a part of nature and the human experience but are now much worse largely due to human activity.Hardly any country is immune to drought, but all countries can prepare better to tackle drought effectively.Drought is daunting, as its effects on people’s lives and livelihoods are devastating. But through ingenuity, commitment and solidarity, it can be addressed successfully.Tools are available to assess drought risk. Solutions exist to ensure lives and livelihoods are no longer lost to drought.Everyone can participate in actions that increase our collective resilience because every action counts.Take action on this year’s Desertification and Drought Day and beyond. Action can be taken at all levels, from citizens, businesses, governments and UN partners, everyone can come on board and lend a helping hand to rise up from drought together.