Consultant’s Meeting - Taipei, Taiwan

2020 IAAS Consulting Meeting was held on 6th September 2020 with advisors from both the academic and the industrial field. This year, the world is suffering from the impact brought by Covid-19 either in agriculture development. Hence, the meeting was focusing on the discussion of the Covid-19 issue and further on the 2020 Q4 plan of IAAS.

IAAS Annual Meeting 2019 - Bangkok, Thailand

Jointly, the International Association for Sustainable Agriculture (IAAS), School of Agricultural Resources of Chulalongkorn University and Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI) held IAAS Annual Meeting based on “The Innovation and Sustainability of Agriculture ” at the Chulalongkorn University on November 9th.

IAAS Annual Meeting 2018, Singapore

The International Association for Sustainable Agriculture (IAAS), Singapore Management University Lee Kong Chian School of Business (SMU-LKCSB) and Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI) held a conference based on “Innovation for Sustainable Food ” at the Singapore Management University on November 27th. In addition, it is also the first anniversary of the establishment of IAAS. Through this conference, IAAS was not only celebrating the growth of the Association but also transmitting its aim; “Serving as a non-profit international organization and providing the international platform for worldwide industry owners, professionals and researchers to share their knowledge and ideas in the agriculture sector”

Opening Ceremony - Singapore


International scholars and experts from the United States, Finland, New Zealand, Mainland China, India, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan concerning the issues of agricultural sustainability and environment congregated in Singapore on January 20. They jointly declared the establishment of “International Association for Agricultural Sustainability (IAAS)” in Singapore Management University (Singapore Management University, SMU), which is chaired by the former dean of agriculture college of the University of Maryland, Professor Cheng-i Wei.

IAAS as a professional platform generates agricultural innovation energy. It’s agricultural innovation and sustainable development could help agricultural sustainability develop the developing countries and regions.