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    Report of the PANEL OF EMINENT EXPERTS ON ETHICS IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    Third session 14 to 16 September 2005
    2006
    This is the report of the third session of the Panel of Eminent Experts on Ethics in Food and Agriculture, which was established by the Director-General in accordance with Article VI.4 of the FAO Constitution and Rule XXXV of the General Rules of the Organization, for a period of four years as of 1 January 2000. It met twice in its first four years of existence.1 The term of the Panel was extended by a further period of four years beginning on 1 January 2004. The Terms of Reference of the Panel, to raise public awareness and advise the Director-General on ethical issues in food and agriculture, are provided in Annex 1.
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    Report of the Panel of Eminent Experts on Ethics in Food and Agriculture
    Fourth Session 26-28 November 2007
    2011
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    At its fourth and final session, the Panel continued and deepened its examination of the most pressing issues, many of which are related to problematic or controversial aspects of globalization, such as the loss of crop biodiversity, the ethical imperative of ensuring to all the fundamental right to be free from hunger, the realization of the right to food for all, the challenges and potential benefits of biofuel (with a focus on liquid biofuel for transport [agrofuel]), intellec tual property rights (IPRs) in food and agriculture, and problems related to food marketing and public nutrition policies.
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    Book (stand-alone)
    Report of the PANEL OF EMINENT EXPERTS ON ETHICS IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    Third session 14 to 16 September 2005
    2006
    This is the report of the third session of the Panel of Eminent Experts on Ethics in Food and Agriculture, which was established by the Director-General in accordance with Article VI.4 of the FAO Constitution and Rule XXXV of the General Rules of the Organization, for a period of four years as of 1 January 2000. It met twice in its first four years of existence.1 The term of the Panel was extended by a further period of four years beginning on 1 January 2004. The Terms of Reference of the Panel, to raise public awareness and advise the Director-General on ethical issues in food and agriculture, are provided in Annex 1.
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    Report of the Panel of Eminent Experts on Ethics in Food and Agriculture
    Fourth Session 26-28 November 2007
    2011
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    At its fourth and final session, the Panel continued and deepened its examination of the most pressing issues, many of which are related to problematic or controversial aspects of globalization, such as the loss of crop biodiversity, the ethical imperative of ensuring to all the fundamental right to be free from hunger, the realization of the right to food for all, the challenges and potential benefits of biofuel (with a focus on liquid biofuel for transport [agrofuel]), intellec tual property rights (IPRs) in food and agriculture, and problems related to food marketing and public nutrition policies.
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