Recognition on the Food Security Strategy in China from the Perspective of Industrial Chain
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2017, Pages: 138-144
Received: Aug. 1, 2017;
Published: Aug. 2, 2017
Views 1534 Downloads 63
Peng Junjie, Henan Academy of Social Sciences, Zhengzhou, China
Chinese agricultural production is facing with “ceiling” effect of high price and “floor” effect of high cost. The new food security strategy is an important principle to firmly grasp the initiative of food security in “China’s New Normal”. From the industrial chain perspective, the food security in our country is facing with overproduction, inefficient supply, serious consumption and other problems, which is also a concentration of structural contradictions in the supply-side. Therefore, in order to deal with “elements constraint”, “quality constraint”, “benefit constraint”, and “right constraint” faced by China's food security in the current and future periods, China should strive to strengthen the expansion of potential and innovation-driven, optimize the structure and regional distribution, stock adjustment and incremental optimization and take the initiative to participate in food industry international cooperation. With building food security industry chain development model, the grain industry can be effectively promoted and a higher level of national food security system can be established.
Recognition on the Food Security Strategy in China from the Perspective of Industrial Chain, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
Vol. 6, No. 4,
2017, pp. 138-144.
Li G X. 2014. How to ensure food security under the new situation. Economic Daily, 07 (15).
Li X. 2010. The thesis study on grain circulation safety in China [D]; Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University.
Ma S L. 2012. The study on China's grain industry chain regional division of labor efficiency. Journal of Capital University of Economics and Business, 13 (6).
Sun C. 2015. The study of China's grain price vertical transfer effect based on the industrial chain perspective. Nanjing University of Finance and Economics.
Xu B, Xin X, Tang H, Zhou Q, Chen Y. 1999. The influence and strategy of global climate change to agricultural geographical distribution. Progress in Geography, 18, pp. 316-321.
Chen H, Zhang X, Zhao G, Liu W, Yu W. 2006. Spring climate change and i t s impact on wheat yield components in Henan Province. Henan Meteorology, 1, pp. 47-52.
Tao F L, Hayashi Y, Zhang Z, Sakamoto T, Yokozawa M. 2008. Global warming, rice production and water Use in China - developing a probabilistic assessment. Agricultural and Forest Mateorology, 148, pp. 94-110.
Zhang T, Zhu J, Wassmann R. 2010. Responses of rice yields to recent climate change in China: an empirical assessment based on long-term observations at different spatial scales (1981-2005). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150, pp. 1128-1137.
Zhang T, Huang Y. 2012. Impacts of climate change and inter-annual variability on cereal crops in China from 1980 to 2008. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 92, pp. 1643-1652.
Tao F L, Yokozawa M, Xu Y, Hayashi Y, Zhang Z. 2006. Climate changes and trends in phenology and yields of field crops in China, 1981-2000. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 138, pp. 82-92.
Lobell D B, Burke M B, Tebaldi C, Mastrandrea M D, Falcon W P, Naylor R L. 2008. Prioritizing climate change adaptation needs for food security in 2030. Science, 319: pp. 607–610.
Peng S, Huang J, Sheehy J E, Laza R C. 2004. Rice yields decline with higher night temperature from global warming. PNAS, 101: pp. 9971–9975.