IPPC Launches Capacity Development Committee

3 December 2012, Rome - The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) will hold the initial meeting of the IPPC Capacity Development Committee (CDC). The meeting will take place 3-7 December, hosted by the Italian Rural Development Directorate at the Ministry of...[Leer más]

Easy-SMTA: Transferring genetic resources with online contracts

Every day more than 800 transfers of seeds on average are made worldwide for research, training and breeding purposes within the global gene pool of FAO’s International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA). Each of these transfers travels under a...[Leer más]

La Unión Europea moviliza 5 millones de euros para mantener la diversidad de los cultivos

June 2012, Rio de Janeiro - The European Commission is contributing €5 million euros (6.5 million dollars) towards the Benefit-sharing Fund of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO announced today, at a high-level ministerial meeting...[Leer más]

Rotterdam Convention works with stakeholders to address risks of severely hazardous pesticide formulations

Samut Sakhon, Thailand, May 2012. More than 30 representatives from the Ministry of Environment (MOE), Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), Ministry of Health (MOH), provincial government officers and occupational health officers, farmers, students, NGOs (the Education Foundation, the...[Leer más]

La reserva genética del Tratado recibe 351 accesiones de trigo de Marruecos de un proyecto del Fondo de distribución de los beneficios

The global gene pool of the International Treaty received this week 351 new wheat accessions that have been evaluated during the life of a Benefit-sharing Fund project implemented in Morocco, as announced by the National Agriculture Research Institute of this country.This is the...[Leer más]

Training module on conservation and sustainable use under the International Treaty now Available Online

The Secretariat of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture has just published an educational module on conservation and sustainable use as part of a series of training materials for the implementation of the Treaty. This second module is...[Leer más]

The International Plant Protection Convention at 60 years

Increasingly essential as pest risk increases due to globalization[Leer más]

Sri Lanka 2011: Rotterdam Convention continues its work against risks caused by use of hazardous pesticide formulations

There are certain formulations of pesticides that cannot be safely used in many developing countries given the socio-economic and climatic conditions. These formulations can result in problems for human health or the environment.  Despite the fact that pesticide poisoning is a...[Leer más]

Joining forces to protect vulnerable groups from pesticides exposure

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) held a side event on the occasion of the Fifth Conference of the Parties to the Rotterdam Convention (COP 5) that took place in Geneva from 20 to 24...[Leer más]

Secretariat of the International Treaty launches novel materials for Capacity Development

The first in a series of five educational modules on the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture was presented to delegates in a side event at the Fourth Session of the Governing Body of the Treaty (14-18 March 2011, Bali, Indonesia).Over 20 ...[Leer más]

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