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|10 January 2017|
linee guida per un uso sostenibile dei prodotti fitosanitari II edizione|
La seconda edizione delle Linee guida per un uso sostenibile dei prodotti fitosanitari è ora disponibile
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|09 October 2015|
Edible Insects-Feeding the planet with edible insects|
The Manifesto of the participatory and synergistic experience developed by experts from universities, research centers and other institutions with the aim to analyze weaknesses, opportunities and the current state of the art.
|21 May 2015|
7 Projects to Make Progress on Ethics and Global Food Security in 5 Years|
The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, along with the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, launched the Global Food Ethics Project to take on the challenge of working through conflicting visions of what it means to feed the world ethically and find a concrete path forward even in the absence of consensus about ethical commitments and values.
The main product of the first phase of the Global Food Ethics project is the 7 by 5 Agenda for Ethics and Global Food Security.
The report includes seven global food ethics projects we deemed particularly worthy of investment because of their importance and tractability
|22 January 2013|
Bee health in Europe - Facts & Figures 2013|
The report “Bee Health in Europe – facts and figures” moves from the newest data from scientific research into drivers of bee health and presents the latest figures in the trend in bee population and reports initiatives and policies being developed in Europe and abroad.
|10 December 2012|
Bee Health in Europe - An overview|
Our “Bee health in Europe – Facts & Figures” compendium gave the most up-to-date information on the topic when it was published in August, 2011. Now, just more than a year later, we’re in a position to start compiling new information on bee health. In this overview, we highlight the still-valid main points of the earlier document while at the same time giving in the foreword a preview of new data that we will present in detail in our next full review, scheduled for publication in 2013.
|15 December 2011|
2nd BROWSE Stakeholder Meeting|
On the 14th and 15th of December 2011, at the OPERA Research Centre offices was organized the second BROWSE Stakeholders Meeting.
|20 October 2011|
5th Roundtable of Stakeholders on the Reform of the CAP|
Bruxelles European Parliament on the 19th of October 2011 The issue this time is "How much greening makes the CAP green"?
|07 September 2011|
IPM seen from the perspective of Sustainable Use Directive Objectives|
OPERA recommendation regarding to the implementation of Directive for the Sustainable Use of Pesticides (SUD)
|24 August 2011|
Bee-good Bee health in Europe - Facts and Figures|
During the summer of 2011, OPERA identified the need to produce a report on state-of-art information on the issue of pollinators in agricultural systems, but focusing more on the managed honeybees and wild bees (solitary bees, bumble bees). An international Group of experts has been set up in order to produce the report.
|17 March 2011|
Agricultural Market Stabilization System – policy instruments to be included in the CAP|
This policy recommendation paper developed with the contribution of renowned agricultural economists around Europe describes a policy approach to develop a system for the stabilization of the European agricultural markets.