04.03.2013: Launch of Technology Innovation
Platform of IFOAM Attracts Global Interest at BioFach Science Day
The BioFach Science Day held on February 15th in Nuremberg,
Germany saw the successful launch of the Technology Innovation Platform of
IFOAM (TIPI). An initiative welcomed by the entire organic sector, it already
counts over 35 research institutes as its members and aims to encourage more
global research projects on the impact Organic Agriculture can have on issues
such as food security, ecosystem degradation as well as social and economic
discrimination of farmers.
FiBL and IFOAM announce Global Organic Research
Network (22 June 2012)
The formation of the IFOAM Global Organic Research
Network was launched at the UN Rio+20 Conference. The network will
enable collaboration on organic food and farming science, knowledge and
technology innovation within the global organic movement...
The website for the network is: http://www.organic-research.org
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (21 June 2012)
Uganda's household farmers become organic exporters..READ MORE
ORGANIC - Market.Info
EC Report on application of Council Regulation (EC0 No 834/2007.
Rome: Organic fish in school cafeterias.
Wales: New campaign encourages shoppers to choose organic.
very little detail on when and how to turn within that 15 day period,
composters following the National Organic Program compost guidelines
can end up turning too often or not turning enough. Rodale Institute
researchers are studying a technique that would save time, energy and
money, and yield a finished product faster.