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IPPC Celebrates its 60th Anniversary

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:27

The International Plant Protection Convention at 60 years: increasingly essential as pest risk increases due to globalization. 60 Years in various languages Rome, 6th of December of 2011. The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) will celebrate its 60th anniversary in ...

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It is time to begin celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the IPPC!

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:20

The 60th anniversary gives us the opportunity to not only celebrate the birth of the IPPC and the work it has accomplished, but also to enhance and expand awareness of the IPPC mission and work programme. In order to do ...

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Improving market access

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:12

Photo: © FAO/Sean Gallagher Increased international trade, along with the increased movement of people across international borders, provides an opportunity for harmful pests and other invasive species to travel along and successfully establish themselves in new habitats. The result is ...

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IPPC: 60 years Protecting Plant Resources from the increasing threat posed by the changing global framework

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:08

The future of the food security is threatened: according to FAO estimates, global output needs to expand by about 70% in order to meet the food needs of the population expected in 2050. A big part of this threat is ...

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CPM 2012 Photos by Marta Masqué Barri

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:06

The IPPC Secretariat in Meetings and Celebrations during CPM7 Rome, Italy, March 2012 By Marta Masqué Barri =FIXME - add pictures

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CPM 2012 Photos by David Nowell

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:03

The IPPC Secretariat in Meetings and Celebrations during CPM7 Rome, Italy, March 2012 By David Nowell =FIXME - add pictures

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CPM 2012 Photos by Koji Onosato

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 15:02

The IPPC Secretariat in Meetings and Celebrations during CPM7 Rome, Italy, March 2012 By Koji Onosato =FIXME - add pictures

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IPPC Secretariat in Meetings & Celebrations during CPM7: Photo Essays

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 14:56

Rome, Italy, March 2012 Photographers (click to view): Koji Onosato Marta Masqué Barri Simon Griffee David Nowell

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Video: The International Plant Protection Convention at 60

Publié on jeu, 28 Fév 2013, 14:47

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Useful URL Shortcuts

Publié on mer, 27 Fév 2013, 17:08

The following are some useful URL shortcut aliases for use in documents and in text of the IPPC website. ippc.int/bureau ? CPM Bureau ippc.int/cd ? Capacity Development ippc.int/cpm ? Commission for Phytosanitary Measures ippc.int/mediakit ? IPPC ...

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Another News Thing

Publié on ven, 22 Fév 2013, 12:54

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IPPC Membership of the CPM Bureau Standards Committee SC) and the Subsidiary Body on Dispute Settlement SBDS)

Publié on mer, 13 Fév 2013, 19:22

The Secretariat is currently soliciting nominations from all FAO regions for members and potential replacements for the Standards Committee and Subsidiary Body on Dispute Settlement. Both subsidiary bodies, containing members from all seven FAO regions, are responsible for the crucial ...

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IPPC/CABI Roundtable Meeting

Publié on mer, 13 Fév 2013, 19:22

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On Monday 22 January, senior representatives from the IPPC Secretariat and the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International (CABI) met to discuss their working relationship and establish contact points, as their work programmes include many common interests in the areas of ...

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Improving coordination and cooperation with the WTO

Publié on mer, 13 Fév 2013, 19:22

Recent discussions between the Secretariats for the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) and the World Trade Organization s SPS Committee were held with the objective of improving coordination and cooperation. As the IPPC has a formal role of standard setting ...

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