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The current global environment had undergone substantial transformations due to climate change which also took its toll on agricultural sector. The livestock industry, as a part of broader agriculture, plays a role in sustaining food resilience.  Livestock production, however, both contributes to and is affected by climate change. Livestock production systems need to be continuously updated and improved to meet the global demand for food. On the other hand, the modification of livestock production systems needs to account for its effect on the environment as not to worsen or even better reduce the effect of climate change. In tropical countries, where the environment is harsh and livestock productivity is considerably lower, these challenges are more profound.
ISTAP, is a highly reputable international conference in tropical animal production hosted by Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. This year’s IX ISTAP shall address the climate change and livestock production issues in an attempt to sustain global food resilience.

Relevant Issues

  • The environment’s impact on the livestock production systems
  • Action plan to deal with the impact of livestock production on the environment
  • Breeding and reproduction strategies for animals under challenging environment
  • Green technologies for livestock farming and waste management
  • Animal feed technology and practices in tropics
  • Precision livestock farming practices under challenging climate
  • Heat stress and physiological management technologies in tropics
  • Sustainable tropical livestock farming systems based on green economy perspective
  • Balanced ecosystem services for rural development and farmer’s well being
  • Animal health and welfare under tropical environment and climate change stressors
  • Promoting agribusiness of local genetic resources with ecological perspective

Important Date

Abstract : July 31, 2021

Full Paper : August 7, 2021

Early Bird : June 31, 2021

Late Registration : September 15, 2021

Keynote Speaker

3011
Nadiem Anwar Makarim, MBA*

Minister of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology

Plenary Speaker

Prof. Barbara Metzler-Zebeli  

Veterinary Medicine University Vienna, Austria

Prof. Dr. Komlósi István DSc Dr. h.c.

University of Debrecen, Hongaria

Prof. Dr. Irwandi Jaswir

International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

Simon
dr.ir. SJ (Simon) Oosting

Wageningen University, Netherland

Prof. Tomoyuki Nakagawa

Gifu University, Japan

Prof. Dr. Ali Agus

Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Organized by

Faculty of Animal Science Universitas Gadjah Mada

Indonesian Society of Sustainable Tropical Animal Production (ISSTAP)

Supported by