BASAI supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) towards commitment in securing a better tomorrow demonstrating a global commitment, apart from meeting our National obligations. BASAI’s objective through collaboration is to eradicate hunger, maintain food insecurity and nutritional value of agricultural produce at regional, national and global levels. Know more…
Who We Are
BASAI is a ‘Not for Profit’ organization registered on 13th June 2019. BASAI represents companies that have joined in to address various issues being faced by the Bio Agri Industry in the country & around the globe.
What We Do
Formed to organize the industry players to collectively address the need for awareness, knowledge dissemination & most importantly regulatory issues pertaining to the biologicals in the agriculture sector.
How We Work
Developing & Strengthening Partnerships within the Industry to influence policy change, improve governance mechanisms, & facilitate transparent and participatory processes at all levels (global, regional and national).
BASAI works with various government and non-government agencies and industry partners in pursuit of its overriding goal to disseminate information and promote the use of biological agri-input solutions for crop product and protection.
As a lead biological industry association, BASAI tries to collate related multidisciplinary knowledge in its publications.
A few are being made available in some local languages, for which BASAI encourages joint publishing initiatives.
BASAI is committed to broad and unrestricted access to information, and all publications are made freely available in a growing variety of formats and media.
PETA India has teamed up with Biological Agri Solutions Association of India (BASAI) and Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments (SAAE) to present a free webinar series on the use of new approach methodologies for pesticide toxicity assessment.
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