Human activities related to occupy their welfare still influencing big impacts to all components of earth systems such as land, atmosphere, and oceans that drive the complexity and interactive global change in the world. Planetary and social global change could affect negatively to biodiversity, natural cycles, soil structures and climates. One of the key issues is Eco-farming as the big focusing to manage this global change. Eco-farming is a practical development of farming system which aims to create global sustainable agricultural systems, and encourages the importance of maintaining biodiversity in food production and farming end products.
ICOSA 2017: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE with the theme “Eco–farming in managing global change”, the event is expected to allow academics, scientists, and any stakeholders around the world to exchange ideas, and to build the future collaboration according to the most recent or another highlight technology in agriculture refers to eco-farming in managing global change. The scopes are Agro-Biotechnology, Plant Production, Plant Protection, Soil and Climate, Post-harvest, and Waste Management
This conference will be held on January 17-18, 2017 in the special region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia organized by the Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) Indonesia and partner universities, Harper Adams University United Kingdom and Institute of Systems Biology Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (INBIOSIS UKM) Malaysia.