A gas sampling chamber used to monitor greenhouse gas emissions from barley in organic and conventional farming systems at Agricultural Research Institute.
A gas sampling chamber used to monitor greenhouse gas emissions from vetch in organic and conventional farming systems at Agricultural Research Institute.
A workshop on “Innovative sustainable practices in traditional vineyards: trends, prospects and growth opportunities in the wine sector” was organized by the Agrolife project on June 27th. The event was successful with about 40 participants and we had the opportunity to present data on organic farming and climate change.
On June 6, within the scope of the World Environment Day, the 1st awareness raising programme took place at the Emilio Sereni Agricultural Technical High School in Rome, Italy. About 100 students attended the event and they were informed about various issues such as the importance of environmental issues, the contribution of agriculture to climate
On Saturday 11/6, we celebrated the Global Wellness Day in Molos, Limassol. The aim of the day was to promote a healthier lifestyle and to honour the importance of living well. We provided information about the association of organic diet and health and the public had the opportunity to taste organic food products like halloumi,
Europe Day was celebrated with great success at Molos, Limassol on Saturday, May 7. The ORGANIKO LIFE+ team was there along with the Cyprus Organic Farmers Association, in order to offer organic food samples such as bread, olives, oregano, oil, bananas, oranges, kefir and hairan. We also disseminated informative material regarding the project and the association
The 1st Italian legislative and technological workshop was organized on January 26th 2016, in Rome with participants from a number of organisations such as MATTM, ISPRA, FREE, Itabia, Legambiente, ENEA, ANEV, AzzeroCO2, GBC Italia, CIB, IP Srl and Kyoto Club. During the workshop, the 129th meeting of the Committee on Organic Production and the EU
A workshop regarding “Organic farming and climate change” was held at Latsia Municipal Theatre in the framework of the project on December 18, 2015. The Agricultural Research Institute, the Department of Environment and the Cyprus University of Technology organized the workshop. The aim of this event was to communicate the significance of organic farming products for
During the first study visit in Rome, the ORGANIKO partners had a thorough meeting with the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policy Senator Andrea Olivero, his technical secretariat’s co-workers and ministry’s staff working on organic farming. The Italian Agriculture Ministry expressed their support towards the project ORGANIKO on the bilateral
Involvement of farmers, consumers and researchers in organic products certification – AIAB, FederBio & Bioagricert
During our first study visit in Rome, we met representatives of the AIAB (Italian Association for Organic Agriculture), FederBio (Italian federation of organic and biodynamic agriculture) and Bioagricert (Private certification and control body). AIAB promotes a participatory approach in organic farming, since it connects researchers with farmers and consumers and the AIAB president, Mr. Vincenzo