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FRANCE AGRICOLE 22/03/10 L'Italie interdit par décret la culture du maïs Mon 810. FAS UDA 02/11/16 Agricultural Biotechnology Annual_Rome_Italy_10-24-2016. FAS USDA 16/08/16 The Italian Biotech Industry 2016_Rome_Italy_8-11-2016. UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE via AGBIOFORUM - 2014 - Economic Aspects of Segregation between GM and Non-GM Crops in Italy. Economic Aspects of Segregation between GM and Non-GM Crops in Italy Alessandro Varacca, Stefano Boccaletti, and Claudio Soregaroli Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza, Italy This article assesses the food supply chain for non-GM soybean meal, with particular regard to the upstream stages between overseas producers, international trading companies, and their supply to Italian feed producers.

UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE via AGBIOFORUM - 2014 - Economic Aspects of Segregation between GM and Non-GM Crops in Italy

Using transaction-cost economics as a methodological framework and the information collected from a set of interviews with industry representatives, we describe the organizational arrangements that agents adopt to minimize transaction costs. Consistently with theory, we examine the impact of uncertainty on the coordination arrangements. FAS USDA 14/07/14 Agricultural Biotechnology Annual_Rome_Italy_6-5-2014. FAS USDA 08/09/14 The Italian Biotech Industry 2014_Rome_Italy_8-22-2014. FAS USDA 06/04/15 Agricultural Biotechnology Annual 2015.

LOC_GOV 09/06/15 Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms: Italy. Back to Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms As a member of the European Union, Italy has been implementing European directives concerning genetically modified organisms (GMOs) over the last two decades, but at a rather reluctant pace.

LOC_GOV 09/06/15 Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms: Italy

In fact, as reflected by GMO legislation in Italy, Italian public opinion has shifted from a decidedly general opposition to the introduction of GMOs into a more recent open acceptance of them. Italy’s political and administrative structure relies on the powers of the central government and the governments of its twenty regions, which enjoy certain autonomy in the regulation of agriculture and crops, and in experimentation with GMOs. As a consequence, some regions have enacted slightly more permissive regimes than others. In addition, the Italian Constitutional Court has ruled that the national government is constrained from encroaching on the power of regional governments to establish their own regimes on GMOs. I. Back to Top II. III. A. B. C. Biosafety Clearing House italiana,

Directive 2001/18/EC (Consolidated version) on the deliberate release into the environment of GMOs, has repealed Directive 90/220/EEC that was the first European legal instrument for the evaluation of the potential risks deriving from the deliberate release of GMOs in the environment.

Biosafety Clearing House italiana,

Directive 2001/18/EC, by implementing the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, establishes a common methodology for all Member States of the European Union to: ■ perform a risk assessment on the basis of scientific arguments common and relevant; ■ improve the management of all the risks (direct and indirect, immediate and delayed) for the environment and human and animal health; ■ rule monitoring activities after release or placing on the market of GMOs as such or in products, and indicates the common criteria on modalities so and the rules for traceability; ■ promote information and public consultation on experimental releases. GREENPEACE ITALIE - Page OGM. INFOGM - JUILLET 2013 - ITALIE – Le gouvernement interdit les cultures d’OGM. FAS USDA 10/07/13 Agricultural Biotechnology Annual_Rome_Italy_6-13-2013.

EFSA Journal 2013;11(9):3371 [7 pp.]. Scientific Opinion on a request from the European Commission related to the emergency meas. EFSA Journal 2013;11(9):3371 [7 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2013.3371 EFSA Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)Panel Members Salvatore Arpaia, Nicholas Birch, Andrew Chesson, Patrick du Jardin, Achim Gathmann, Jürgen Gropp, Lieve Herman, Hilde-Gunn Hoen-Sorteberg, Huw Jones, Jozsef Kiss, Gijs Kleter, Martinus Lovik, Antoine Messéan, Hanspeter Naegeli, Kaare M.

EFSA Journal 2013;11(9):3371 [7 pp.]. Scientific Opinion on a request from the European Commission related to the emergency measure notified by Italy on genetically modified maize MON 810 according to Article 34 of Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 – guatemalt

Nielsen, Jaroslava Ovesná, Joe Perry, Nils Rostoks, Christoph TebbeAcknowledgment The Panel wishes to thank the members of the standing environmental working group on applications for the preparation of this scientific opinion; and EFSA staff: Yann Devos, Andrea Gennaro and Sylvie Mestdagh for the support provided to this scientific opinionContact gmo@efsa.europa.eu.

EFSA Journal 2013;11(9):3371 [7 pp.]. Scientific Opinion on a request from the European Commission related to the emergency meas

WIKIPEDIA - Organismo geneticamente modificato. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.

WIKIPEDIA - Organismo geneticamente modificato

GloFish, pesci d'acquario resi fluorescenti tramite transgenesi. Sono i primi animali geneticamente modificati. Un organismo geneticamente modificato (OGM) è un organismo vivente che possiede un patrimonio genetico modificato tramite tecniche di ingegneria genetica, che consentono l'aggiunta, l'eliminazione o la modifica di elementi genici. Definizione di Organismi Geneticamente Modificati[modifica | modifica wikitesto] Con il termine Organismo Geneticamente Modificato (OGM) si intendono soltanto gli organismi in cui parte del genoma sia stato modificato tramite le moderne tecniche di ingegneria genetica.

Gli OGM vengono spesso indicati come organismi transgenici: i due termini non sono sinonimi in quanto il termine transgenesi si riferisce all'inserimento, nel genoma di un dato organismo, di geni provenienti da un organismo di specie diversa. Tecniche principali[modifica | modifica wikitesto] PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-6417/08 Moratoire de fait sur la culture d'OGM en Italie. RAPPORT OAV - Italy 2005-7653 GMO - Controls on food and feed Jun 2005 Report details. GREENME 11/02/10 OGM in Italia: il punto della situazione. ORSOBYANCO via YOUTUBE 02/11/11 CONTROLLO TRIENNALE DEGLI OGM NEGLI ALIMENTI. FAS USDA 01/07/11 Biotechnology in Italy 2011_Rome_Italy_6-28-2011.

Suspension de l'adoption des lignes directrices sur la coexistence et des processus d'autorisation de la culture d'OGM en Italie - E-005951/2011. Le 7 octobre 2010, la Conférence État-Régions organisée en Italie a jugé utile de retirer le document relatif aux lignes directrices sur la coexistence des cultures génétiquement modifiées avec les cultures conventionnelles et les cultures biologiques, nécessaire à la définition des plans de coexistence au niveau régional, au motif que ce document devait être considéré comme caduc compte tenu de la proposition de règlement de la Commission européenne qui modifie la directive 2001/18 afin de donner aux États membres la possibilité de limiter ou d'interdire la culture d'organismes génétiquement modifiés sur leur territoire national.

Suspension de l'adoption des lignes directrices sur la coexistence et des processus d'autorisation de la culture d'OGM en Italie - E-005951/2011

En Italie, une disposition est déjà en vigueur, en vertu de l'article premier du décret-législatif 212/2001, qui prévoit l'autorisation de mise en culture à des fins commerciales des organismes génétiquement modifiés par le ministère des politiques agricoles et forestières.