|16/10/2002||Indonesian and Australian cooperation leads to new discoveries||
Research between Indonesia and Australia has discovered 15 new species of shark and ray stocks.
|26/09/2002||Successful research helps make aquaculture more profitable||
A breakthrough in the breeding of live fish will boost the viability of local aquaculture in Indonesia.
|14/09/2002||Making acidic soils more productive||
A joint Indonesian-Australian research project is delivering benefits to Indonesian farmers and land planners.
|04/09/2002||Opening of new processing plant aims to increase farmers incomes||
A new feed supplement plant in Gujarat, India, to bring significant financial benefits to Indian farmers.
|29/08/2002||New aid package to diagnose agricultural ills||
Australian scientists to tackle agricultural problems in 11 developing countries .
|19/08/2002||Visit by Australian agricultural experts to strengthen research and development links||
The Board of Management of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research will visit Indonesia.
|09/08/2002||Vietnam-Australia forestry project plants seeds of success||
A new forestry research project to benefit rural landholders through the sale of timber products.
|01/08/2002||A brighter future for Indonesian shrimp farmers through cooperative Indonesian-Australian research||
The long-term prospects for shrimp aquaculture in Indonesia looks more secure following a joint research project.
|23/07/2002||Showcase of Indonesian and Australian fisheries research||
A Showcase of cooperative research in fisheries management and aquaculture held in Jakarta.
|02/07/2002||A shared approach to sustainable snapper fisheries||
Research by Indonesian and Australian scientists looks set to save the livelihoods of snapper fishermen .
|11/06/2002||Indonesia and Australia to work together to improve tuna fisheries management||
Cooperative Indonesian-Australian agreement for the management of tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean.
|09/05/2002||World first agreement brings cooperative approaches to managing illegal fishing a step closer||
An agreement between Indonesia and the Philippines is set to reduce illegal fishing in the Sulawesi Sea.
Noel Vock, an extension officer with Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries, has led the Philippines Landcare Project for ten years, encouraging farmers and their communities to take control of their own problems and to implement appropriate solutions.
He says the farmers’ attitudes have changed and they’ve adopted new farming systems at a rate rarely before seen in the country.