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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.


Bee health in Europe - Facts & Figures 2013

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.
02 February 2011
Bio purification systems-Why on-farm water management is important and how it can be achieved
The OPERA publication "Bio purification systems- Why on-farm Water Management is important and how can it be achieved" offers practical information on how to implement at farm level a simple system for reducing potential risks of point sources contamination from the in-site area where the PPPs are disposed and handled.
BIODIVERSITY, A CULTURE TO SHARE

10 September 2010
Colloquium on Sustainable Use of Pesticide Directive: Impact, Opportunity, Problems - OPERA Reflections on the outcome of the conference.
This colloquium is taking place during the 6th European Conference on Pesticides and related organic pollutants and the 12th Symposium on Chemistry and fate of modern pesticides (05th – 10th September 2010).
11 January 2010
Comments to the NGO proposal for the architecture of the new CAP: proposal for a new EU Common Agricultural Policy
Five farming and environmental NGOs have come together with proposals to transform the CAP with the objective to help farmers improve on the sustainability of their activities and to reward those who deliver the environmental benefits.
Edible Insectcs. Feeding the planet with new sustainable sources

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.
To share knowledge, discuss, guide and promote the development of future research.


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.
To share knowledge, discuss, guide and promote the development of future research


14 April 2010
EU agricultural production and trade: Can more production efficiency prevent increasing 'land-grabbing' outside of Europe
Prof. Harald von Witzke - Humboldt University Berlin
The study represents the most comprehensive analyses of agricultural trade with Europe and its impact on land use decisions outside the EU. A high-level panel discussion took place after the presentation of the study.
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