Sustainability in Food and Agriculture (SFNA) is aimed at research scientists, educators, extension workers, farmers, food and fiber processors, and students as well as civic-minded citizens, planners and policymakers, anyone concerned with food system health and welfare, and for everyone who grows food. Sustainability in Food and Agriculture (SFNA) main focus is sustainability concepts, approaches and tools, and offers a common vision of the agriculture sector and of the inter-sectoral synergies aiming at making agriculture more productive and sustainable.

Sustainability in Food and Agriculture (SFNA) key topics include but not limited to;

  • Agroecology and food system sustainability
  • Organic farming
  • Economic & Social Aspects of Sustainable Agriculture
  • Agriculture and global climate change
  • Integrated Food and Agriculture Management
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Food Qualities
  • Food Safety
  • Food Materials and Food Engineering
  • Food Science and Technology
  • Food & Beverages Characteristics
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Agriculture Production
  • Agriculture Utilization
  • Agriculture Environmental Impacts
  • Future Projections
  • Options, Policies, and Indicators of Sustainability