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The Secretariat of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) and the World Customs Organization (WCO) join forces to facilitate trade whilst protecting societies from undesirable effects

Publié on ven, 22 Jui 2018, 09:54

Dr. Jingyuan Xia, Secretary of the International Plant Protection Convention, and Dr. Kunio Mikuriya, Secretary General of the World Customs Organization (WCO), signed an agreement at the WCO Headquarters in Brussels on 19 June 2018 to promote cooperation on matters of common interest to help facilitate the international trade of plants and plant products in a safe and efficient manner.

The areas where the two Organizations will cooperate include, but are not limited to: Electronic Data Exchange (ePhyto), eCommerce, Sea Containers, Single Window and Communication and Advocacy. In addition, the IPPC and WCO will establish a joint work plan with ...

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Why Africa needs adequate plant surveillance

Publié on mer, 24 Aoû 2016, 11:10

To tackle devastating crop diseases, Africa should boost regional plant surveillance. The emergence of Tuta absoluta on the African agricultural landscape has rekindled pertinent questions regarding Africa’s capability to protect local agriculture and enhance international trade. The importance of being battle-ready on a grand scale rather than leaving those who are struggling to make daily lives take up arms against a pest they barely know about, is therefore not difficult to see. Thus, strengthening our national or preferably regional approach to plant protection could be key.

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L’organisme mondial de santé dont vous n’avez jamais entendu parler, et pourtant...

Publié on mer, 18 Mai 2016, 11:34

Le texte qui suit est le résumé d’un article publié par le chercheur Eric Boa sur le site Theconversation.com. L’article peut être consulté dans son intégralité à l’adresse https://theconversation.com/the-world-health-body-youve-never-heard-of-but-should-have-59114.

Dans un monde où les biens physiques et les êtres vivants se déplacent de plus en plus souvent en des endroits toujours plus nombreux, les possibilités pour les maladies et les organismes nuisibles de se propager deviennent chaque jour plus nombreuses. Les conséquences des nouvelles incursions peuvent être catastrophiques, d’où la nécessité d’avoir trois organisations chargées de superviser les questions de santé ...

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La CIPV modernise sa norme sur la surveillance

Publié on mer, 28 Oct 2015, 15:31

Le Groupe de travail d’experts de la CIPV chargé de réviser la Norme internationale pour les mesures phytosanitaires (NIMP) n° 6 (Directives pour la surveillance [2009-004]) s’est réuni du 28 septembre au 2 octobre 2015 à Auckland (Nouvelle-Zélande).

La réunion, organisée par le Secrétariat de la CIPV, a été accueillie par le Ministère néo-zélandais des industries primaires et présidée par M. Paul Stevens (Nouvelle-Zélande). Neuf personnes ont assisté à la réunion, dont quatre experts argentin, australien, canadien et néerlandais désignés par le Comité des normes, le coordonnateur polonais ainsi que deux représentants du ministère hôte et deux représentants ...

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Le Secrétariat de la CIPV et des hauts responsables de CABI se réunissent à Rome

Publié on ven, 23 Oct 2015, 14:18

Une délégation de la CIPV dirigée par le Secrétaire Jingyuan Xia a rencontré le jeudi 22 octobre une délégation de hauts responsables de CAB International emmenée par le Directeur exécutif de l’Organisation, Trevor Nicholls. Lors de la rencontre, les deux parties ont rédigé une lettre d’intention annonçant des objectifs spécifiques qui, une fois examinés et finalisés, devraient jeter les bases d’un futur programme de travail visant à accroître la visibilité des deux organisations et à promouvoir l’importance de la santé et de la protection des végétaux. Entre autres projets, les deux organisations espèrent pouvoir participer à ...

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Le Secrétariat de la CIPV participe à la dixième réunion du Groupe de liaison sur la biodiversité

Publié on jeu, 17 Sep 2015, 10:58

Le Secrétaire de la CIPV, Jingyuan Xia, et le coordonnateur de la CIPV, Craig Fedchock, ont participé activement le 16 septembre à Genève à la dixième réunion du Groupe de liaison sur la biodiversité, qui rassemble les secrétaires des sept conventions relatives au développement durable.

Un large éventail de sujets figurait à l’ordre du jour et la CIPV a présenté l’état d’avancement des activités liées au projet d’Année internationale de la santé des végétaux ainsi que le travail effectué sur l’ePhyto (projet de coopération entre la CITES et la CIPV sur des systèmes analogues). Les ...

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New IPPC Secretary Named

Publié on jeu, 05 Mar 2015, 11:22

Mr. Jingyuan Xia of the People’s Republic of China has been named by FAO Director General Graziano da Silva as the next Secretary of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC). Mr. Xia has a BSc in plant protection, as well as an MSc and PhD in entomology. He has held several senior positions with Chinese agricultural institutions and most recently has been Permanent Representative and Minister Plenipotentiary to FAO. Mr. Xia will be taking over the position of Mr. Yukio Yokoi who resigned from the position of Secretary and has since taken up a position as Senior Advisor in ...

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IPPC Secretariat Meets with CBD Executive Secretary

Publié on mer, 21 Jan 2015, 10:25

(Rome, 20 January 2015). Members of the IPPC Secretariat met with Convention on Biological Diversity Executive Secretary Dr. Braulio Dias for a detailed discussion on the relationship between the two Secretariats of the two conventions. Among other things, they discussed revision of the joint work plan, and other opportunities related to the Liaison Group on Biodiversity. Both Secretariats are focused on enhancing their relationship to work on matters of mutual interest as well as to push forward in order to meet the Aichi Targets.

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IPPC Efforts Toward a Seed Standard in the News

Publié on ven, 09 Jan 2015, 15:16

The initial issue of the European Seed Magazine has reported on the latest developments regarding the IPPC's effort to develop a seed standard. The article can be found at the following link: http://european-seed.com/just-doctor-ordered/

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Providing Strategic Foresight for the Next 20 Years

Publié on mar, 14 Oct 2014, 17:11

The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Strategic Planning Group (SPG) meeting took place from 7-10 October 2014 in Rome, Italy, to provide strategic guidance to the IPPC governing body. The SPG attracted 23 strategic thinkers from 19 countries around the world, including 9 developing countries.

A wide range of issues were discussed and included key secretariat work such as the development of an IPPC implementation programme on surveillance, the framework for standards development, the revised national reporting obligations programme, and the ePhyto feasibility study. The Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM – IPPC governing body) Bureau provided an update on 2014 activities ...

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IPPC Financial Committee

Publié on lun, 23 Jui 2014, 19:50

The meeting of the IPPC Financial Committee took place on 23 June 2014 in Rome, which was opened by the new Chairperson, Mr John Greifer, after the recent reshuffling of the members. The Committee discussed various financial issues, including the financial report, resource mobilization (efforts, results and potential activities) as well as the financial implications of ongoing IPPC activities such as the ISPM15 symbol registration. The IPPC Financial Committee was established as a part of the IPPC Resource Mobilization Strategy, which was adopted by CPM-7, in March 2012.

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IPPC Coverage of Aquatic Plants

Publié on jeu, 29 Mai 2014, 16:09

At the 9th Session of CPM, the Recommendation CPM-9/2014/1 covering "IPPC Coverage of Aquatic Plants" was adopted: https://www.ippc.int/core-activities/governance/cpm-recommendations/ippc-aquatic-plants. The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), having the purpose of “securing common and effective action to prevent the spread and introduction of pests of plants and plant products”, does not distinguish between terrestrial and aquatic plants and does not specifically refer to aquatic plants. Furthermore, as clarified by the CPM on several occasions, the IPPC deals with the protection of plants whether cultivated, managed or wild.

Aquatic plants may, as other plants, be ...

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CABI and IPPC Technical Working Group meets in Rome

Publié on ven, 22 Nov 2013, 16:47

This past week, the Technical Working Group (TWG) between the IPPC Secretariat and CABI, including its Plantwise programme, met at FAO Headquarters in Rome to review the progress made since they convened last January to identify the areas of common interest and possible joint activities in the future. Given the different but complementary nature of IPPC and CABI activities, the TWG intends to explore how they can best synergize their respective missions while also improving understanding and building capacity amongst IPPC contracting parties and CABI member countries on areas of mutual interest. Discussions during the two-day meeting aimed to highlight ...

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The IPPC and CBD meet for their third joint meeting in Montreal

Publié on jeu, 26 Sep 2013, 16:54

Photo by CBD Secretariat On 16-17 of September, the IPPC Secretariat participated in a meeting with the Secretariat of Convention on Biodiversity (CBD), in Montreal, Canada. Joined under the Memorandum of Cooperation (2004), the two Secretariats have agreed to cooperate on relevant activities conducted under their frameworks, “to promote synergy, to avoid overlaps and unnecessary duplication, and to ensure effective cooperation.”

The objective of this third joint meeting was to exchange updates on recent major developments, identify activities for possible future collaboration, and work to formulate specific work plans with emphasis on issues such as invasive alien species and biosafety ...

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