La convention internationale pour la protection des végétaux est une convention internationale relative à la protection des cultures contre les organismes nuisibles, approuvée par la Conférence de la FAO, lors de sa sixième session le 6 décembre 1951 (Résolution N° 85/51). Conformément à l'article 12, la Convention fut ouverte à la signature à partir de cette date et jusqu’au 1er mai 1952.

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  • La convention internationale pour la protection des végétaux est une convention internationale relative à la protection des cultures contre les organismes nuisibles, approuvée par la Conférence de la FAO, lors de sa sixième session le 6 décembre 1951 (Résolution N° 85/51). Conformément à l'article 12, la Convention fut ouverte à la signature à partir de cette date et jusqu’au 1er mai 1952. En vertu de l'article 14, elle est entrée en vigueur, le 3 avril 1952, après avoir été ratifiée par trois gouvernements signataires. Elle a été enregistrée le 29 novembre 1952 auprès du Secrétariat de l'ONU, sous le N° 1963.
  • Das Internationale Pflanzenschutzübereinkommen (IPPC) ist ein völkerrechtlicher Vertrag zum Schutz von Pflanzen gegen Schädlinge. Ziel der derzeit 161 Vertragspartner (Stand Juli 2007) ist es, die Verbreitung und Einführung von Krankheiten an Pflanzen und Pflanzenprodukten (Quarantäneschaderreger) zu kontrollieren und möglichst zu verhindern. Das IPPC-Sekretariat ist der FAO untergeordnet. Der Vertrag ist seit dem 3. April 1952 in Kraft. Jeweils am 4. April 1991 und am 2. Oktober 2005 sind Änderungen in Kraft getreten, die für alle Vertragsparteien gelten.Der Vertrag soll auch einheimische Waldbestände vor der Einschleppung von Holzschädlingen schützen. Dazu versucht er die Einfuhrvorschriften und Quarantänebestimmungen der angeschlossenen Länder durch Vorgabe von Standards zu vereinheitlichen. Im Rahmen dieser Arbeit wurde die internationale Richtlinie ISPM15 "Rahmenbedingungen für die Regulierung hölzernen Verpackungsmaterials im internationalen Handel 03/2002" (ISPM: Internationaler Standard für Pflanzenschutzmaßnahmen) geschaffen, deren Ziel es ist, die Ausbreitung von an Verpackungsmaterial schädigenden Organismen zu verhindern bzw. ihr vorzubeugen.Der ISPM 15 gilt nur für Vollholz. Ausgenommen sind Holzwerkstoffe (z. B. Spanplatten, Sperrholzplatten usw.) und Vollholz dünner als 6 mm. Die unter die ISPM15 fallenden Materialien werden durch Hitze und/oder mit anerkannten chemischen Verfahren (z. B. die früher übliche Begasung mit Methylbromid) behandelt. Die so behandelten Materialien (bzw. die Produkte, wie Paletten, Kisten usw.) werden dann mit einem speziellen Zeichen (Ähre mit IPPC) beidseitig gekennzeichnet.Die Pflanzenschutzdienste bzw. -ämter geben Auskunft darüber, für welche Länder, ab welchem Zeitpunkt und in welchem Umfang der IPPC-Standard gilt.
  • The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) is a 1951 multilateral treaty overseen by the Food and Agriculture Organization that aims to secure coordinated, effective action to prevent and to control the introduction and spread of pests of plants and plant products. The Convention extends beyond the protection of cultivated plants to the protection of natural flora and plant products. It also takes into consideration both direct and indirect damage by pests, so it includes weeds. The Convention created a governing body consisting of each party, known as the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures, which oversees the implementation of the Convention. As of December 2013, the Convention has 181 parties, which includes 178 United Nations member states, the Cook Islands, Niue, and the European Union. The Convention is recognized by the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (the SPS Agreement) as the only international standard setting body for plant health. While the IPPC's primary focus is on plants and plant products moving in international trade, the Convention also covers research materials, biological control organisms, germplasm banks, containment facilities, food aid, emergency aid and anything else that can act as a vector for the spread of plant pests – for example, containers, packaging materials, soil, vehicles, vessels and machinery.The IPPC was created by member countries of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The IPPC places emphasis on three core areas: international standard setting, information exchange and capacity development for the implementation of the IPPC and associated international phytosanitary standards. The Secretariat of the IPPC is housed at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, and is responsible for the coordination of core activities under the IPPC work program. In recent years the Commission of Phytosanitary Measures of the IPPC has developed a strategic framework with the objectives of: protecting sustainable agriculture and enhancing global food security through the prevention of pest spread; protecting the environment, forests and biodiversity from plant pests; facilitating economic and trade development through the promotion of harmonized scientifically based phytosanitary measures, and: developing phytosanitary capacity for members to accomplish the preceding three objectives. By focusing the Convention's efforts on these objectives, the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures of the IPPC intends to:Protect farmers from economically devastating pest and disease outbreaks.Protect the environment from the loss of species diversity.Protect ecosystems from the loss of viability and function as a result of pest invasions.Protect industries and consumers from the costs of pest control or eradication.Facilitate trade through International Standards that regulate the safe movements of plants and plant products.Protect livelihoods and food security by preventing the entry and spread of new pests of plants into a country.
  • IPPC (İngilizce: The International Plant Protection Convention), Uluslararası Bitki Koruma Birliği. Bitki sağlığını korumaya ve bitki hastalıklarının yayılmasını önlemeye yönelik uluslararası bir birliktelik anlaşmasıdır. Bitkilerde oluşan hastalıkların belirlenmesi, yayılmasının önlenmesi ve yok edilmesi konusunda dünya ulusları arasında koordinasyon ve iş birliğini amaçlar.IPPC 1952 yılında Birleşmiş Milletler Gıda ve Tarım Organizasyonu tarafından oluşturulmuştur. 2007 yılı itibariyle 163 ülke birliğe adapte edilmiştir.
  • 국제 식물 보호 협약(International Plant Protection Convention, IPPC)은 1952년 4월 3일 식물병해충의 유입 및 만연을 방지하기 위해 긴밀한 국제협력을 도모하기 위하여 설립된 식량 농업 기구 산하 기구이다. 대한민국은 1953년 12월 8일 가입하였으며, 전체 회원국은 177개국이다. 회원국의 임무는 식물병해충의 유입 및 만연 방지를 위하여 협약에 규정된 입법, 기술 및 행정적 의무수행이며, 협약의 적용범위는 국제무역과 관련된 검역대상 병해충에 주로 적용된다. 각 국은 식물에 대한 검역과 식물위생증명서 발급을 담당하는 식물검역기관을 설치하여야 하며, 식물병해충의 유입방지를 위하여 특정식물의 수입을 금지 또는 제안할 권한을 보유하며, 수입관련 검역법규의 제정 또는 개정시 FAO와 관련 국가에 그 내용을 통보하고, 본 협약의 해석 또는 적용상 분쟁이 발생할 경우 FAO사무총장에게 위원회 구성을 요청하여 해결한다.
  • International Plant Protection Convention (z ang.: Międzynarodowa Konwencja dotycząca Ochrony Roślin) w skrócie IPPC to stworzona przez międzynarodowy traktat organizacja, której zadaniem jest zapobieganie rozprzestrzenianiu się chorób roślin. Jedną z jej funkcji jest prowadzenie listy chorób i szkodników roślin. Inne zadania to monitorowanie rozprzestrzeniania się organizmów niszczących uprawy oraz zapewniania koordynacji międzynarodowym na tym polu wśród jej członkówIPPC została założona w roku 1952 przez agendę ONZ zajmującą się głodem na świecie (FAO). W roku 2004 do IPPC należały 132 kraje. Polskę w IPPC reprezentuje Państwowa Inspekcja Ochrony Roślin i Nasiennictwa (PIORIN).Linki zewnętrzne: Strona IPPC (ang.) – https://www.ippc.intStrona Państwowej Inspekcji Ochrony Roślin i Nasiewnictwa – http://www.piorin.gov.pl
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  • La convention internationale pour la protection des végétaux est une convention internationale relative à la protection des cultures contre les organismes nuisibles, approuvée par la Conférence de la FAO, lors de sa sixième session le 6 décembre 1951 (Résolution N° 85/51). Conformément à l'article 12, la Convention fut ouverte à la signature à partir de cette date et jusqu’au 1er mai 1952.
  • 국제 식물 보호 협약(International Plant Protection Convention, IPPC)은 1952년 4월 3일 식물병해충의 유입 및 만연을 방지하기 위해 긴밀한 국제협력을 도모하기 위하여 설립된 식량 농업 기구 산하 기구이다. 대한민국은 1953년 12월 8일 가입하였으며, 전체 회원국은 177개국이다. 회원국의 임무는 식물병해충의 유입 및 만연 방지를 위하여 협약에 규정된 입법, 기술 및 행정적 의무수행이며, 협약의 적용범위는 국제무역과 관련된 검역대상 병해충에 주로 적용된다. 각 국은 식물에 대한 검역과 식물위생증명서 발급을 담당하는 식물검역기관을 설치하여야 하며, 식물병해충의 유입방지를 위하여 특정식물의 수입을 금지 또는 제안할 권한을 보유하며, 수입관련 검역법규의 제정 또는 개정시 FAO와 관련 국가에 그 내용을 통보하고, 본 협약의 해석 또는 적용상 분쟁이 발생할 경우 FAO사무총장에게 위원회 구성을 요청하여 해결한다.
  • Das Internationale Pflanzenschutzübereinkommen (IPPC) ist ein völkerrechtlicher Vertrag zum Schutz von Pflanzen gegen Schädlinge. Ziel der derzeit 161 Vertragspartner (Stand Juli 2007) ist es, die Verbreitung und Einführung von Krankheiten an Pflanzen und Pflanzenprodukten (Quarantäneschaderreger) zu kontrollieren und möglichst zu verhindern. Das IPPC-Sekretariat ist der FAO untergeordnet. Der Vertrag ist seit dem 3. April 1952 in Kraft. Jeweils am 4. April 1991 und am 2.
  • IPPC (İngilizce: The International Plant Protection Convention), Uluslararası Bitki Koruma Birliği. Bitki sağlığını korumaya ve bitki hastalıklarının yayılmasını önlemeye yönelik uluslararası bir birliktelik anlaşmasıdır. Bitkilerde oluşan hastalıkların belirlenmesi, yayılmasının önlenmesi ve yok edilmesi konusunda dünya ulusları arasında koordinasyon ve iş birliğini amaçlar.IPPC 1952 yılında Birleşmiş Milletler Gıda ve Tarım Organizasyonu tarafından oluşturulmuştur.
  • The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) is a 1951 multilateral treaty overseen by the Food and Agriculture Organization that aims to secure coordinated, effective action to prevent and to control the introduction and spread of pests of plants and plant products. The Convention extends beyond the protection of cultivated plants to the protection of natural flora and plant products. It also takes into consideration both direct and indirect damage by pests, so it includes weeds.
  • International Plant Protection Convention (z ang.: Międzynarodowa Konwencja dotycząca Ochrony Roślin) w skrócie IPPC to stworzona przez międzynarodowy traktat organizacja, której zadaniem jest zapobieganie rozprzestrzenianiu się chorób roślin. Jedną z jej funkcji jest prowadzenie listy chorób i szkodników roślin.
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