News

Vista de elementos de May, 2019

SC May meeting report is now posted to the IPP!

Publicado on Jue, 30 May 2019, 18:22

The report of the SC May meeting held from the 06-10 May 2019 at FAO HQ in Rome has now been posted at the following link:

https://www.ippc.int/en/publications/87249/

Continuar leyendo

Call for discussion papers for the 2nd meeting of the focus group on commodity and pathway standards.

Publicado on Jue, 30 May 2019, 17:27

The IPPC Secretariat is calling for discussion papers for the 2nd meeting of the focus group on commodity and pathway standards.

The meeting will be from 17 to 21 June 2019 at FAO headquarters, and the main objectives are to develop a draft “concept standard” and outline the governance structure and process of these standards. A provisional agenda of the meeting is available at https://www.ippc.int/events/event/789

Discussion papers should be submitted by 10 June to Adriana.Moreira@fao.org

Continuar leyendo

Samoa workshop helps expand the use of ePhytos in the Pacific region

Publicado on Mié, 29 May 2019, 15:25

The benefits of using the Generic ePhyto National System (GeNS) and electronic phytosanitary certificates (ePhytos) were highlighted at a recent workshop in Samoa. © FAO

22 May 2019, Samoa - A workshop on using the Generic ePhyto National System (GeNS) was held in Samoa from 20 to 22 May 2019. The GeNS is a centralized web-based system that allows countries without their own electronic phytosanitary certificates (ePhyto) system to produce, send and receive ePhytos. Samoa is one of the three pilot countries testing the GeNS.

With support from the United Nations International Computing Center (UNICC), the workshop focused on training quarantine staff ...

Continuar leyendo

The start of a fruitful collaboration between the IPPC Secretariat and COLEACP

Publicado on Mar, 28 May 2019, 11:08

COLEACP and the IPPC Secretariat identified several areas for potential collaboration in a recent meeting. © FAO

20 May 2019, Rome - A delegation from the Comité de Liaison Europe-Afrique-Caraïbes-Pacifique (COLEACP) attended a one and a half day meeting with representatives from the IPPC Secretariat to discuss areas for collaboration.

COLEACP is a civil society organization established in 1973. Its aim is to develop the agri-food trade in an inclusive and sustainable way, with a particular focus on fruit and vegetables from countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP). Since 2001, COLEACP has implemented a series of technical assistance programmes ...

Continuar leyendo

Get ready for the 2019 IPPC Regional Workshops!

Publicado on Lun, 27 May 2019, 11:04

Meeting of 2019 IPPC Regional Workshop co-organizers during the recent Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-14) session © FAO

27 May 2019, Rome -The organization of the 2019 IPPC Regional Workshops is well underway in seven regions- Africa, Asia, Latin America, Near East and North Africa, Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Southwest Pacific and the Caribbean. All IPPC contracting parties (CPs) from these regions are welcome to attend these workshops. The dates and locations of the 2019 IPPC Regional Workshops are posted on the IPP calendar.

The organization of the IPPC Regional Workshops follows the Guidelines noted by CPM-14 (2019 ...

Continuar leyendo

Registration for the IPPC International Symposium for Pest Free Areas and Surveillance and a Call for Abstracts are now open

Publicado on Vie, 24 May 2019, 16:47

The IPPC International Symposium for Pest Free Areas (PFAs) and Surveillance is to be held in Shizuoka, Japan between 28 October and 1 November 2019.

The Symposium aims to bring together representatives from IPPC contracting parties (CPs), Regional Plant Protection Organizations (RPPOs), FAO Regional and Sub-regional offices, international intergovernmental, educational and scientific organizations, and private sector/service providers involved in phytosanitary activities and trade to share information on and discuss available good practices, successes and challenges of the setting and maintaining of PFAs and Surveillance phytosanitary systems.

Further information on the Symposium is available at https://www.ippc.int/en ...

Continuar leyendo

Four draft standards approved for the 2019 second consultation by the IPPC Standards Committee Working Group (SC-7)

Publicado on Vie, 24 May 2019, 09:12

Standards Committee Working Group (SC-7) members, stewards of draft International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPMs) and IPPC Secretariat members at the SC-7 2019 meeting. © FAO

17 May 2019, Rome -The Standards Committee working group (SC-7), led by the elected Chairperson Mr Stephen Butcher (New Zealand), met from 13 to 17 May 2019 at FAO Headquarters in Rome. The SC-7 consists of seven SC members - one representative from each FAO region.

The SC-7 discussed draft standards that had been commented upon by IPPC Official contact points during the first consultation. They considered the compiled comments, the stewards’ considerations and recommendations on ...

Continuar leyendo

The IPPC Implementation and Capacity Development Committee discuss strategic issues including the new IPPC Strategic Framework

Publicado on Mié, 22 May 2019, 12:24

The IPPC Implementation and Capacity Development Committee © FAO

17 May 2019, Rome – The fourth meeting of the Implementation and Capacity Development Committee (IC) was held from 13 to 17 May 2019 at FAO Headquarters in Rome, Italy. Participants discussed several strategic issues, reviewed the IC’s activities and approved work plans for the groups under their oversight.

Participants looked at how to align the IC’s activities with the IPPC Strategic Framework (SF) 2020-2030 whose content was endorsed at the recent Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-14). They then looked at how to update the IPPC National Phytosanitary Capacity Development Strategy ...

Continuar leyendo

New IPPC Guide on Pest Risk Communication published!

Publicado on Mié, 22 May 2019, 10:43

The new IPPC Guide on Pest Risk Communication is now available at http://www.fao.org/3/ca3997en/ca3997en.pdf. This guide is unique to support NPPOs in identifying and engaging with stakeholders, and in developing pest risk communication strategies to enhance phytosanitary decision making and plant health policy development.

Continuar leyendo

Message by IPPC Secretary Jingyuan Xia in the occasion of the International Day for Biological Diversity 2019

Publicado on Mar, 21 May 2019, 20:05

Rome, 22 May 2019

The mission of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) is to protect cultivated and wild plant resources from pests, thus prompting food security and environmental protection while facilitating safe trade.

On this International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB), the IPPC community stands together with the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and other biodiversity-related conventions to strengthen global commitments to preserve nature, enhance food security and facilitate safe trade.

This year’s IDB theme: “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, Our Health” links together nature with human health and well-being. Plants make up 80 percent of the food we ...

Etiquetas: BiodiversityCBD
Continuar leyendo

Learn about the IPPC Global Project on Capacity Development under the framework of the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme and its contribution to the CPM priorities

Publicado on Mar, 21 May 2019, 16:58

The new webpage presenting all activities of the IPPC Global Project on Capacity Development under the framework of the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme has just been released. The implementation and capacity development activities of this project contribute fully to CPM priorities in implementing the IPPC: ie. supporting IPPC Regional Workshops, National Reporting Obligations workshops, the International Year of Plant Health and the application of Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluations. https://www.ippc.int/en/core-activities/capacity-development/projects-on-implementation-and-capacity-development/fao-china-project/

Continuar leyendo

Updates from the May 2019 IPPC Standards Committee (SC) meeting

Publicado on Mar, 21 May 2019, 10:02

Participants at the May 2019 Standards Committee meeting. © FAO

10 May 2019, Rome – The 33rd meeting of the IPPC Standards Committee (SC) took place from 6 to 10 May 2019 at FAO headquarters in Rome. The meeting opened with discussions on the phytosanitary term “detection survey” and the draft standard “Guidance on Pest Risk Management”. Discussions focused on including more guidance on selecting pest risk management options; and the criteria for deciding on appropriate phytosanitary measures.

Participants decided that the draft standard needed further work and to present it again at the next SC meeting. The SC approved the revision ...

Continuar leyendo

CPM Bureau report posted

Publicado on Vie, 17 May 2019, 15:05

The report of the CPM Bureau meeting held in March-April 2019 at FAO HQs in Rome has now been posted at the following link: https://www.ippc.int/static/media/files/publication/en/2019/05/Report_Bureau-2019_March-2019-05-17.pdf

Continuar leyendo

New publication! Guidelines for managing Xylella fastidiosa

Publicado on Mar, 14 May 2019, 16:19

Up to 95 percent of olive production is concentrated in the Mediterranean region. Indeed, Spain, Italy, Greece and Tunisia alone account for 76 percent of productive olive trees. However, in recent years, millions of olive trees in the Mediterrranean area have been threatened by the deadly pest Xylella fastidiosa. For example, in 2013 a Xylella fastidiosa outbreak devastated many trees and greatly reduced olive production in Apulia, Italy.

In response to this and other outbreaks, a new IPPC-FAO in-depth study on Xylella fastidiosa has just been published online. The Guidelines for the prevention, eradication and containment of Xylella fastidiosa in ...

Continuar leyendo

Archivo

2019 ( 132 )
2018 ( 174 )
2017 ( 225 )
2016 ( 200 )
2015 ( 88 )
2014 ( 49 )
2013 ( 84 )
2012 ( 35 )
2011 ( 31 )
2010 ( 32 )
2009 ( 11 )
2008 ( 6 )
2007 ( 4 )
2006 ( 3 )
2005 ( 6 )
2004 ( 2 )
2003 ( 1 )

Etiquetas

Noticias

RSS / Atom