Reykjavik, Iceland, 30th April to 2nd May 2009
- Andreas Georgoudis, NC Greece
"Animal genetic resources, sustainability, and democracy"
- Emma Eythórsdóttir, Agricultural University, Iceland
"The origin and genetic diversity of the native Icelandic livestock breeds"
- Asko Maki-Tanila, NC Finland
"Management of genetic variation in local breeds"
- Erling Fimland / Benedicte Lund, NordGen
"Conservation by developing alternative production system"
- Nina Saether, NC Norway
"Differences between old native cattle breeds in Norway and the predominant Norwegian Red (NRF) dairy breed"
- Eildert Groeneveld, FLI Mariensee, Germany
"Exporting data for EFABIS"
"Integration of individual animal cryo records and global breed information in EFABIS"
- Óafur R. Dýrmundsson, NC Iceland
"The status and role of the native Icelandic livestock breeds in sustainable animal production and national food security"
- Marjolein Neuteboom, EFFAB
"The opportunities for Farm Animal Genetic Resources Management in an economical crisis"
- Vera Matlova, NC Slovakia
"The International Regime on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing (ABS) and its eventual influence on FAnGR"