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FAO and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) continue to transfer and share knowledge, working with legislators on food quality and safety standards, promoting public-private policy dialogue on quality and origin-linked labels, and developing capacity on strengthening food safety systems. (...) FAO and the EBRD have been consolidating the development of quality and origin-based labels in both regions, strengthening the capacity of associations to access markets for their certified products and promoting public and private quality labels and certified Geographical Indication (GI) products. (...) Some processing companies, such as Nectar, have certified their produce (Ariljska Malina) in 2017 and have already developed new products with the GI label.
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Score: 1393464.1 - https://www.fao.org/geographic...ons/projects/serbia-project/en
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Turkey  Pine Honey Project Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English Share × Close Geographical Indications Our approach Projects Resources PROJECT: Support for sustainable honey value chains through Geographical Indications (GIs)     MAIN GOAL The project aims to increase the efficiency and inclusiveness of Turkey’s honey value chains through the certified use of GIs for pine honey and their promotion on domestic and export markets, in collaboration with local beekeepers and Turkey’s leading honey sector companies. (...) OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT The project aims to increase the efficiency and inclusiveness of the honey value chains through the certified use of GIs for pine honey and their promotion on domestic and export markets, in collaboration with local beekeepers and Turkey’s leading honey sector companies. (...) IMPACT   TBD   ACTIVITIES   ONGOING   LESSONS LEARNED   ONGOING     Project contributing to: Duration 2019-ongoing   Partners European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) , Uludağ University of Bursa Beneficiaries Farmers, processors, agribusiness companies, small and medium enterprises, practitioners supporting rural development, rural communities, national authorities in charge of intellectual property or agriculture     Related links EastAgri Project Page Article FAO Investment Center   Contact [email protected]   Follow us on FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our app © FAO 2022
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Score: 1349714.55 - https://www.fao.org/geographic...s/turkey-pine-honey-project/en
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Along the same line, we would advocate for the strengthening of the participation of women and youth and ethnic minorities in the above processes especially in connection with post conflict reconstruction and peace building. 4. On Social Justice and Development we would, first of all, encourage all possible mutual feedback with the post-2015 development agenda including structural change and social covenants for equality. 5. Additionally, the issue of sustainable development and equitable use of natural resources including the regulation of trade and certified origin of living and non-living resources, especially in conflict and post conflict environments, also deserve particular consideration.
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Score: 1313104.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ues/Development/HLTF/ECLAC.pdf
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The greatest increase has been in new construction, whereas the tendency in reconstruction has remained weak. The tax reduction for repairs, reconstruction and enlargement of housing (the so-called ROT deduction) has not yet had a significant impact on reconstruction, but is still expected to have some effect in 2004 and 2005. (...) Therefore it is important to make the system more transparent, uniform and less distorted. C. Certified forest products Approximately 14.0 million hectares or 62 % of total forest land were certified in Sweden in June 2004. (...) A lot of companies in Sweden are now double-certified according to FSC and PEFC. Companies in Sweden have noticed an increased interest for certified wood products and paper in Europe, particularly in Great Britain and Ireland.
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Score: 1271146 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...is/market/market-62/sweden.pdf
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The two Serbian GIs were several years in the making, the result of a project by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). (...) “A successful GI can give a boost to a local region,” said FAO senior economist Emmanuel Hidier. “By selling certified products under the GI label, producers, many of them small family farmers, can tap into new markets and earn higher wages. (...) Slobodan Todorović is President of the Oblačinka from Oblačina Association of producers and processors responsible for protecting and promoting the certified sour cherry. The initiative originated in Serbia’s Merosina municipality, he said, and the association has expanded to involve cherry farmers from other municipalities in the Oblačina sour cherry production area.
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Score: 1263781.6 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1106526/
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. ▪ Formalization of a single database in EAIS; ▪ Launch and commissioning of e-services in EAIS, construction of non-existent systems, improvement of existing systems, reconstruction of unsuitable systems; ▪ Electronic reception of applications for services and electronic submission of results The functionality currently available in EAIS • Registration of farmers (legal and natural persons) • Registration of Artificial İnsemination specialists • Registration of veterinarians • Registration of animals • Entering information on apiary and beehive data • Registration of farms, territories and entering data on cultivated plants • Ability to enter land documents, check and certify in integrated systems • Cocoon breeding processes • Modules available on the subsidy system • Planting subsidy module • Animal subsidy module • Bee subsidy module • Cocoon subsidy (supplier and farmer application module) • Monitoring module (on planting and Bee subsidy) Currently prepared (work in progress) modules • Cocoon subsidy (supplier module) • Product subsidy • Payment module • The process of upgrading existing systems and functionality in EAIS Systems (or subsystems) planned for the preparation of the next stage) Seeding subsystem Factors that negatively characterize the current situation • Building systems in a retail way and on different platforms; • Failure to implement a unified approach; • Duplication of registers in internal systems; • Separate registration of farmers in different internal systems; • Most systems do not use unique identification; • Non-provision of horizontal and vertical integration in some systems.
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Score: 1255640.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ars/Azerbaijan%20-%20Namig.pdf
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Considerably less tropical forests are certified (approximately 1% of certified forests), causing difficulty to export products to environmentally-sensitive markets in the UNECE region. (...) Certified forests in North America and Europe account for over 96% of the world’s certified forests. (...) Considerably less tropical forests are certified (approximately 1% of certified forests).
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Score: 1233708.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2005/05tim_n01e.htm
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.  Formalization of a single database in EAIS;  Launch and commissioning of e-services in EAIS, construction of non-existent systems, improvement of existing systems, reconstruction of unsuitable systems;  Electronic reception of applications for services and electronic submission of results The functionality currently available in EAIS • Registration of farmers (legal and natural persons) • Registration of Artificial İnsemination specialists • Registration of veterinarians • Registration of animals • Entering information on apiary and beehive data • Registration of farms, territories and entering data on cultivated plants • Ability to enter land documents, check and certify in integrated systems • Cocoon breeding processes • Modules available on the subsidy system • Planting subsidy module • Animal subsidy module • Bee subsidy module • Cocoon subsidy (supplier and farmer application module) • Monitoring module (on planting and Bee subsidy) Currently prepared (work in progress) modules • Cocoon subsidy (supplier module) • Product subsidy • Payment module • The process of upgrading existing systems and functionality in EAIS Systems (or subsystems) planned for the preparation of the next stage) Seeding subsystem Factors that negatively characterize the current situation • Building systems in a retail way and on different platforms; • Failure to implement a unified approach; • Duplication of registers in internal systems; • Separate registration of farmers in different internal systems; • Most systems do not use unique identification; • Non-provision of horizontal and vertical integration in some systems.
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Score: 1231685 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...020/Azerbaijan%20-%20Namig.pdf
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Using digital reconstruction, give new and perpetual life to those architectural gems that have been destroyed https://www.youtube.com/wat ch? (...) BoostMakers selects and certifies suppliers on their ability to meet their commitment and satisfy the customer. We use semantic analysis technology and artificial intelligence to help businesses work together in a sustainable way. We offer a certified course and issue a TRUST'In Label www.boost-makers.com 20th – 24th May 2019 7.
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Score: 1210583 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...novationhub_africaweek2019.pdf
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The study’s main findings are: Government procurement policies and corporate social responsibility policies are new drivers for ensuring the legality and sustainability of the source of wood and paper products in the UNECE region, often including references to certified forest products. Forests certified for sustainable management increased by 12% in area from 2005 to 2006, reaching 270 million hectares (equal to France, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Norway and Poland combined), which is 7% of the global forest area, but still largely confined to the northern hemisphere’s temperate and boreal forests, and to developed countries: 87% of certified forest is in the UNECE region (58% in North America and 29% in western Europe). (...) Storms in Sweden and the United States in 2005 had devastating effects on forest resources, but buoyant markets, aided by the need of reconstruction, absorbed the increased production of wood products.
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Score: 1162271.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2006/06tim_p03e.htm
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