The presentations of the 6th Sino-German Agricultural Week are now available for download! Click here for the full list.
Latest DCZ News:
21 January 2021
On January 15th, at the invitation of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science (CAAS), Dr. Jürgen Ritter, German Managing Director of the Sino-German Agricultural Centre, Dr. Eva Sternfeld and Dr. Aihemaitijiang Rouzi participated in the 17th “Insights on Agriculture and Rural Affairs” Forum. The regular academic forum where scientists, policy makers and private business share experiences and ideas on the “Three Rural Affairs” of China (Agriculture, Rural Development, Farmers) is jointly organized by the Center for Strategic Research and the Institute for Agriculture Economy and Development of CAAS. [...]
Latest DCZ Publication
"Weltacker"-Guide to the Creation of a 2000m² Global Plot - in Englisch and Chinese
If arable land was split up equally among the approximately 7.5 billion people on this world, every human would have 2000 m² to grow all plat-based products to be consumed within one year. The Global Plot aims to demonstrate which crops are cultivated at what scale according to their global use to supply us with food and drinks, but also feedstuffs for livestock and biomass for energy, clothes and everyday products. In collaboration with the initiator of the Global Plot in Berlin, Benedikt Haerlin, and the founder of China’s first “Schrebergarten”-project, Dr. Pan Tao, the DCZ publishes now a practical manual to the creation of a “Global Plot” in Chinese and English.
11 December 2020
The 6th Sino-German Agricultural Week (DCAW) was successfully held from 30 November to 3 December 2020 at Yanqi Lake, Huairou, Beijing, as well as an online event. As an important bilateral exchange and dialogue platform in agriculture, the event was jointly sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) and the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) and organized by the Sino-German Agricultural Centre (DCZ).[...]
19 November 2020
On 3 November 2020 Xinhua News Agency released the principle proposals of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on formulating the Fourteenth Five-Year Plan (FYP) and setting the long-term development goals for 2035. [...]
New DCZ Output: www.smart-agriculture.org
As part of this year's APD ouptput the DCZ launched a website on the current state of the art of smart agriculture in Germany and France
Since an originally planned study visit for Chinese experts and officials to Germany and France was not feasible in 2020, the idea of a “virtual study visit” developed to present this important topic to a broad public – by means of video interviews dealing with particular issues of Smart Agriculture with political decision-makers, delegates of enterprises and practitioners. So you will find contributions from politicians at different levels of administration who inform about the framework and relevant regulations, entrepreneurs who introduce products and specific solutions as well as farmers who share their practical knowledge of digital tools and approaches. A wide spectrum of questions is addressed which illustrates the state of the art in Smart Agriculture and provides an outlook on possible future developments in this field.
16 November 2020
In the context of the bilateral cooperation between the German Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture (BMEL) and the Chinese Ministry for Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) the 6th Sino-German Agricultural Week will be held from 30 November to 3 December 2020. The week is jointly sponsored by MARA and BMEL, implemented by the Sino-German Agricultural Centre (DCZ).[...]