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C-IPM

Integrated Pest management (IPM) ERA-NET

Start date 1 January 2014
End date 31 December 2016
Duration 36 months
Programme acronym FP7-KBBE
Website http://c-ipm.org/
Total costs 2,339,524
Contribution by EC 1,878,511
Coordinator
French National Institute for Agricultural Research
Contact person Antoine Messéan
Participants
French National Institute for Agricultural Research
Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood, and Forestry
Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management
Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety
Agency for Innovation by Science and Technology
Walloon Agricultural Research Centre
Federal Department for Economic Affairs, Education and Research - Federal Office for Agriculture
Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic
Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection
Federal Office of Agriculture and Food
Julius Kühn Institute Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants
Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries - Danish Food Industry Agency
Ministry of Rural Affairs
National Institute for Agriculture and Food Research and Technology
Ministry of Agriculture And Forestry
Natural Resources Institute Finland
Szent István University
Agriculture and Food Development Authority
Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies
Emilia-Romagna Region - Agriculture Department
Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry
Ministry of Economic Affairs
Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority
Research Council of Norway
National Research Institute - Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute
National Research Institute - Institute of Plant Protection
Research Institute of Horticulture in Skierniewice
General Directorate for Agriculture and Veterinary Affairs
Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning
Republic of Turkey Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Wageningen University & Research
Walloon Public Service
Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research

Participants

35

Countries

21

Calls

2

Projects

16

Objective

The overall goal of C-IPM is to ensure a higher level of implementation of Integrated Pest Management among European farmers by creating synergies from national investments in research and extension, from European initiatives, and from private sector activities in the areas of Integrated Pest Management and minor uses.
Preliminary work carried out in the SCAR CWG on IPM highlights the feasibility of generating added value via joint activities that range from information sharing and the ...

The overall goal of C-IPM is to ensure a higher level of implementation of Integrated Pest Management among European farmers by creating synergies from national investments in research and extension, from European initiatives, and from private sector activities in the areas of Integrated Pest Management and minor uses.
Preliminary work carried out in the SCAR CWG on IPM highlights the feasibility of generating added value via joint activities that range from information sharing and the creation of knowledge hubs to the development of joint transnational actions. The specific goals are:

To identify synergies and gaps in existing national and transnational programmes and from this define a IPM-specific strategic research agenda and associated implementation plan.
C-IPM will analyse and map existing national policies, including research and extension programmes, as well as support, integrate, and complement on-going initiatives in IPM. This will pave the road towards an integration of existing national research programmes and activities whenever it provides an added value. In its mapping activities and focused studies, C-IPM will also look forward at the future of IPM in Europe, help develop a strategy on sustainable crop protection valid at the European level, and substantiate further research topics to be addressed in transnational calls or feed into the development of the Strategic Research Agenda.

To organise and fund joint transnational calls.
C-IPM will adapt instruments, mechanisms and processes according to other ERA-NET experiences to enable common calls, common evaluation, and coordinated funding sources. Two transnational calls will be carried out during the course of C-IPM. Follow-up of funded projects after C-IPM will be prepared.

To ensure better translation of National and European IPM-related programmes into applicable innovations.
C-IPM will support the formulation and implementation of national research programmes dedicated to the development of Integrated Pest Management strategies and will contribute to the implementation of NAPs by facilitating the sharing of national experiences on pesticide-related policies. Special attention will be paid to integrate the European Innovation Partnership initiative in its Strategic Research Agenda.

Mapping

C-IPM will have various mapping and scoping activities, including:
• Address the future of IPM in Europe through thematic workshops, the development of collective position papers and foresight studies.
• Update and complement overall map of IPM research initiated in the SCAR CWG IPM to provide the general picture regarding ongoing, planned or desired R&D efforts to help implement the Framework Directive on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides (2009/128/EC) and to advanc...

C-IPM will have various mapping and scoping activities, including:
• Address the future of IPM in Europe through thematic workshops, the development of collective position papers and foresight studies.
• Update and complement overall map of IPM research initiated in the SCAR CWG IPM to provide the general picture regarding ongoing, planned or desired R&D efforts to help implement the Framework Directive on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides (2009/128/EC) and to advance sustainable agriculture with respect to crop protection.
• Take stock of existing initiatives and analyse on minor uses problems without a sustainable solution and gather data from existing initiatives at the EU and international levels.
• Identify and assess merits of new approaches for IPM. Based on these mapping activities, C-IPM will translate their outcomes into research and development needs and identify concrete R&D joint activities within C-IPM.

Joint Calls

Call Launch date No. of funding agencies No of projects funded Call budget
C-IPM - 2015 27 Apr 2015 19 7 5,885,000
C-IPM - 2016 31 Mar 2016 24 7,257,000
 
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