International Perspective with respect to Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development in the Agricultural Sector

  • L. Keerthana
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  • L. Keerthana

    Assistant Professor at VELS University, India

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Intellectual property (IP) is crucial in today's environment. It is the result of someone using their knowledge and creativity to create things and reach their maximum potential through the transfer of technology. The government has implemented numerous laws and initiatives, yet despite these efforts, the agriculture industry has not expanded further. The rapid growth of population by the Food Security Information Network (FSIN), the annual report According to the report, there were merely 258 million people experiencing acute food insecurity at crisis levels or worse across 58 nations and territories. The percentage of people experiencing acute food insecurity arose from 21.3 percent in 2022 to 22.7 percent. In 2021, it is still excessively high and highlights a worsening trend in the severe food insecurity that is occurring worldwide. More work and progress will be desperately needed as the world's population grows in order to sustainably increase agricultural production, expand the global supply chain, reduce food waste and misfortune, and ensure that those who are malnourished and lacking in appetite have access to wholesome food. Many people throughout the world are cooperating to accomplish the aim of abolishing hunger in the future because they think it is achievable. International organizations and other related agencies were working to provide food security and eradicate poverty through various conventional implementations in order to confront the challenges of hunger and manage the availability of resources.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 657 - 665


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