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On April 22th—the“Earth Day”, leaders and representatives from 175 countries including China participated and witnessed the successful signing of Paris Agreement. This event marks the global climate governance after 2020 entering into an unprecedented new stage.According to the research of FAO, of the 10 billion tons of carbon dioxide equivalent greenhouse gases by agriculture, 40% of them come from the enteric fermentation of poultry and livestock. Every year, egglayers and broilers around the world emit about 600 million carbon dioxide equivalent greenhouse gases. On January 12, 2016, in collaboration with the Chinese government, the China-based officials of the UN announced the United Nations Development Assistance Framework China 2016-2020. The duration of the Framework happens to overlap with China’s 13th Five Year Plan and measures in both bear resemblance, making the improvement of the eco-environment and sustainable development one of the focus areas.

In China, livestock excrement is one of the major pollutants. China’s poultry industry inevitably faces increasing environmental pressures. Given the set total profit, the profits belonging to the poultry industry chain will be redistributed while the strengthened ecological farming companies will enjoy the support from the country and popularity in the market. Environmental protection topped the issues discussed during the NPC & CPPCC 2016 and it has been the focus of attention of Chinese netizens. As pointed out by representative of the NPC & CPPCC this year, the damages caused by smog concern public health, environment, food safety, economic development and social life. Smog not only worsens the living environment inside the houses of the livestock, but also offers a breeding ground and medium for viruses, leading to inappetence and higher incidence of diseases.

The problems call for joint efforts. Climate change and food safety are two topics of utmost importance today. To regulate the environment of poultry industry related to climate change is also one essential way to address issues of egg and poultry food safety. The solutions to these two problems are the key to synchronize the sustainable development of the poultry industry and the China itself. With all these factors above-mentioned into consideration, the IPFC 2016 will focus on the ecological farming of layers and broilers around the world based on the current problems, exploring the multi-mode and multidimensional sustainable development in line with the reality of the poultry industry in China.Other events such as the CEO Summit of China Broiler Association (CBA) will be held in conjunction with the IPFC.

Since 2012, the annual event has seen four successful sessions in Beijing and Shanghai. Let’s meet in Shanghai for International Poultry2.3 Forum China 2016 in the coming July!


Topic 1:Environmental Friendliness and Sustainable Development

China Government’s Strategy for the Sustainable development on the Poultry Industry

Profit forecast of Global Poultry Production under the Influence of Disease Outbreaks

Case Study of the Environment-friendly Production Models

Tactics of the Sustainable Development of Asian Poultry Industry

Profit Analysis on the Conservation-oriented Ecological Poultry Farming

Development and Application of Environment-friendly Feed and Nutrition Technology

Effective Poultry Litter Disposal Technologies


How to build up the integrated nutrient management mechanism and environmental impact assessment system facing the challenges of climate change, smog, deterioration of water quality, soil degradation, farmland shrinking and food safety and realize the goal of sustainable development

How can Chinese companies control the investment risks in the fields of land, feed, labor, technology and marketing?

Topic 2:Food Safety and Animal Welfare

China Government’s Policy on Animal Welfare

New Policy on Shanghai Food Safety Regulations

Case study of EU’s antibiotic-free layer farming

Latest Development of Antibiotic-free Poultry Farming

Challenges of Antibiotic Resistance and Animal Welfare

The Development and Industrial Application of Poultry Antibiotics

Food Safety Inspection Technology and Food Safety Certification

China Chicken Consumer Market Survey 2016


Ways to upgrade products from table to farm

How financial capital can promote poultry food safety

Animal Welfare Exploration in China

More Activities:

China Poultry Marketing Summit