FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia

List of events

Certification, traceability and market demands
Poti, Georgia 09/12/2009 - 09/12/2009
The workshop provided an overview of the existing types of certification schemes (BRC, IFS, ISO 9000, ISO 22000, MSC) within fishery and aquaculture sectors, and provided information on specific market demands in order to be able to export to the EU. EUROFISH organised the workshop in cooperation with the Georgian...
BACKGROUND The meeting is part of a series of meetings planned to present the World Programme for the Census of Agriculture 2010 to the FAO member countries in different regions.PURPOSEThe meeting aims to disseminate among the selected member countries of FAO from Central Asia and Europe region the new World Programme...
Mapping of and policy orientation for adaptation to climate change
Budapest, Hungary 19/11/2009 - 21/11/2009
Capacity Building and Methodological Workshop The project TCP/RER/3203 (D) Mapping of and policy orientation for adaptation to climate change in selected countries of CEE and CA sub-regions, that is implemented following the recommendations of the 26th Regional Conference for Europe (2008) for FAO activities in the region, has as its objectives...
Policy options for wood energy
Dubrovnik, Croatia 17/11/2009 - 20/11/2009
Bioenergy offers an important opportunity for South-East Europe countries to harness the potential of their indigenous sources of renewable energy, especially wood. There is a long tradition of using wood for heating, particularly in rural areas, but often the technology used is inefficient and out-of-date. As the market economy has...
Meeting documents Introduction Agenda Setting the scene GIs role in Livestock Development: reasons for the seminar and questions to addressAndriy Rozstalnyy, Animal Production and Health Officer, FAO SEU Development of specific quality linked to geographical origin: opportunities and challengesEmilie Vandecandelaere, Food Quality and Standards Service, FAO GIs role in Rural DevelopmentRichard Eberlin, Land Tenure and Rural...