With this regulatory kit written in French, RSP provides all the information you need to understand the legal aspects of marketing seeds and their general legal framework.
Let’s Liberate Diversity! presented an abstract at the 2nd International Congress on Agrobiodiversity. During the “Scientific Symposium session: Integrated Conservation and Use of Agrobiodiversity”, ECLLD showed the impact that LLD and LCD events have on the conservation and use of agrobiodiversity to change our seed and food systems
To discuss policy developments that affect crop diversity movements, the European Coordination Let’s Liberate Diversity (ECLLD) has launched a series of virtual Seed Policy Dialogues.
To discuss policy developments that affect crop diversity movements, the European Coordination Let’s Liberate Diversity (ECLLD) has launched a series of virtual Seed Policy Dialoguers, in October 2021, the meeting focused on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and People living in rural areas (UNDROP)
An obligation for seed savers to officially register? Who would get engaged in conserving diversity if a registration was needed and a long list of administrative tasks were to be worked through? If prices of seed and plantlets would therefore increase considerably?
Europe’s path to a platform for genetic resources from different domains. The GenRes Bridge project -H2020- launches the GenRes Gateway portal to support breeders, researchers, journalists, policy makers on data and information on genetic resources. All stakeholders are invited to register.
To discuss policy developments that affect crop diversity movements, the European Coordination Let’s Liberate Diversity (ECLLD) has launched a series of virtual Seed Policy Dialogues. In September 2021 the meeting focused on the FAO International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA), and the notion of farmers’ rights.
Over the past four years, the partners of the European DYNAVERSITY project have analysed and described the networks and actors involved in the dynamic management of agrobiodiversity. The main objective is the consolidation and enlargement of the on-farm network...
“Fundus Agri-Cultura Alpina” is an information platform on traditional agriculture in the Alpine region. Based on the principles of Wikipedia, it collects and makes available to the public knowledge about the traditional cultivation of crops and the keeping of farm animals in the Alpine region. The aim is to help preserve this priceless heritage, promote biological and cultural diversity and thus contribute to the resilience of the Alpine region.
First International Multi-stakeholder Symposium on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture – webcast
Technical Consultation on in situ conservation and on-farm management of PGRFA, 29 - 30 March 2021 Recognizing the importance of crop diversity is crucial for achieving food security and improved nutrition. Failure to...