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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objectives and Scope
1.2 Food Safety and Its Management: The Broad Context
1.2.1 Proactive Food safety Management
1.3 Climate Change – What are the Predictions?
2. CLIMATE CHANGE AND LIKELY IMPACT ON AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
2.1 Crop Production
2.2 Animal Production
2.3 Fisheries
2.4 Food Handling, Processing, Trading
3. CLIMATE CHANGE: POSSIBLE FOOD SAFETY IMPACTS
3.1 Bacteria, Viruses and Parasitic Protozoa
3.1.1 Foodborne Disease Agents: An Overview
3.1.2 Data Supporting the Impact of Global Climate Change on Food Safety
3.1.3 Other Potential Impacts of Global Climate Change on Food Safety
3.2 Zoonosis and Other Animal Diseases
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 Effect of Climate Change on Zoonotic Disease
3.3 Toxinogenic Fungi and Mycotoxin Contamination
3.3.1 Mycotoxins and Food Safety: Introduction
3.3.2 Climate Change and its Influence on Mould and Mycotoxin Contamination
3.4 Harmful Algal Blooms and Fishery Product Safety
3.4.1 Impacts of Harmful Algal Blooms
3.4.3 Acidification of Waters and Effect on Harmful Algal Communities
3.5 Environmental Contaminants and Chemical Residues in the Food
3.5.1 Flooding and Environmental Contamination
3.5.2 Contamination of Waters
3.5.3 Soil Contamination
3.5.4 Pesticide Usage and Residues in Crops and the Environment
3.5.5. Veterinary Drug use and Residues in Foods and the Environment
3.6 Emergency Situations
3.6.1. Increased Frequency of Climate Related Emergency Situations
3.6.2 Food Safety, Natural disasters and Humanitarian crises
3.6.3 Food Safety Measures in Emergencies
4. ADDRESSING FOOD SAFETY IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
4.1 Foodborne Disease including Zoonosis
4.1.1 Predictive Models
4.1.2 Foodborne Disease Surveillance/ Animal Disease Surveillance
4.1.3 Foodborne Pathogens: Monitoring and Surveillance
4.2 Mycotoxin Contamination
4.2.1 Prevention of Mycotoxin Contamination
4.2.2 Monitoring and Predictive Modelling
4.2.3 Maintenance of Strategic Food Stocks
4.2.4 Agricultural Policy and Public Information Review
4.3 Harmful Algal Blooms and Fishery Product Safety
4.3.1 Predictive Modelling
4.3.2 Other Risk Management Guidance
4.4 Environmental Contaminants and Chemical Residues
4.4.1 Research Priorities and Data Needs for Developing Predictive Models
4.4.2 Monitoring Programmes
4.4.3 Good Agricultural, Animal husbandry, Aquaculture and Veterinary Practices
4.4.4 Data Exchange
4.5 Emergency Situations
4.5.1 Preparedness for Emergencies
4.5.2 Development of Tools for Rapid Detection or Removal of Contaminants
5. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
5.1 Interdisciplinarity
5.2 Application of Good Practices
5.3 Monitoring and Surveillance – Food and Environment
5.4 Disease surveillance – Human and animal
5.5 Predictive modelling
5.6 Risk Assessment
5.7 Early warning and emergency response systems
5.8 Strengthened dialogue with the public
5.9 New Technologies
5.10 Investment in Scientific and Technical capacities
5.11 International Dimension
6. REFERENCES
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Cambio Climatico

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