UN’s FAO Named 4 Asian Tea Cultivation Sites as GIAHS

Published on January 02, 2021
Current Context: The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has named 4 Asian Tea Cultivation Sites across three countries as the Globally Important Agricultural
UN’s FAO Named 4 Asian Tea Cultivation Sites as GIAHS
Heritage Systems (GIAHS).
  • The name of the Asian Tea Cultivation Sites added under GIAHS: (1) Pu’er Traditional Tea Agrosystem (China) (2) Traditional Tree Grass system (Japan) (3) Fuzhou Jasmine tea site (China) (4) Traditional Hadong Tea Agrosystem (South Korea). 
  • The Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) was started by FAO in 2022 which identifies and conserves the importance and value of traditionally important agricultural systems all over the world.
  • Static Part: 
    • Indian Sites included under GIAHS: (1) Saffron Heritage of Kashmir (2)Koraput Traditional Agriculture (3) Kuttanad Below Sea Level Farming System
    • HQ of FAO: Rome, Italy

Question: 

Q.1 From which of the following countries Tea Cultivation Sites were added by FAO in Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)?
a. China, Japan and South Korea
b. China and India
c. Italy, China and Japan
d. India and Australia

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