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DIVERSIFOOD Final Congress - Session 4 - From on farm conservation to Community biodiversity management - Riccardo Bocci

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"From on farm conservation to Community biodiversity management ", Keynote by Riccardo Bocci, Rete Semi Rurali, Italy

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DIVERSIFOOD Final Congress - Session 4 - From on farm conservation to Community biodiversity management - Riccardo Bocci

  1. 1. Session 4 From on farm conservation to Community biodiversity management Riccardo Bocci, Rete Semi Rurali Riccardo.bocci@semirurali.net Rennes (France), 10th – 12th December 2018
  2. 2. 2007-2010 2010-2014 2014-2019 conservation diversity community Society New food/seed chains Community seed banks PPB programmes
  3. 3. ….adding S to breeding… G*E interaction G*E*S interaction
  4. 4. G*E*S interaction Locations/environments Decentralised breeding Involving farmers in breeding Research in target environments Social Collective action Social practices affecting diversity Cultural values Role of communities
  5. 5. New paradigm 5
  6. 6. 6
  7. 7. Seed Systems at the beginning… informal formal
  8. 8. 8 ABS IPRs Seed marketing Organic reg. New governance on PGRFA and Seeds
  9. 9. Lessons learnt... 1.  From project based to process based development; 2.  Participatory, decentralised and multi-actors innovation/breeding; 3.  Need to have a common vision shared by the actors; 4.  Need a legal pluralistic framework; 5.  Need of the new professionalims (e.g. free actors/innovation brokers). Weaknesses.. 1.  Different languages, values and visions on confrontation; 2.  Social processes are fragile and time consuming; 3.  Innovation is still consider only from a technological point of view; 4.  Transfer of technology narrative.
  10. 10. Seeds Seeds of harmony -ITPGRFA -Farmers’rights -cosmovision -cultural diversity Seeds of food -national seed policies -seed quality control -variety release -seed marketing rules Seeds of change -development policies -focus on breeding -variety release and registration -ag research Seeds of profit -WTO/TRIPs -FTAs -PBRs -Patent Seeds of sovereignty -CBD and ITPGRFA -biodiversity policies -conservation -use and access
  11. 11. Thanks for your attention!
  12. 12. 12 Session 4 - 8:30 From on farm conservation to Community biodiversity management Keynote by Riccardo Bocci, RSR, Italy Tools for community biodiversity management by Regine Andersen, FNI, Norway From variety selection practices to ecological justice by Corentin Hecquet, Univ. de Liège - SEED, Belgium Monitoring On-Farm Diversity in the United States by Cathleen McCluskey, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA A modeling approach for on farm crop diversity management by Abdel Kader Naino Jicka, INRA, France Management of plant health and crop diversity – a case study by Stephanie Klaedtke, Univ. de Liège - SEED, Belgium Conservation and usage of chestnut biodiversity: a case study of partnership research by Cathy Bouffartigue, INRA, France Mapping European CSAs’ Practices for Cultivated Biodiversity by Jocelyn Parot, INRA, France From Cosmopolitan maize to Identitarian maize: collective management of maize landraces in France and Italy by Marianna Fenzi, INRA, France Governance and organizational models of informal seed systems in Italy by Riccardo Franciolini, RSR, Italy Roundtable & plenary discussion Tools for CBM – Béla Bartha (PSR) Ecological justice – Corentin Hecquet (SEED) Abstracts 1.  Planth health – Stephanie Klaedtke 2.  Chestnut – Cathy Bouffartigue 3. Maize – Marianna Fenzi 4. US diversity –Cathleen McCluskey 5. CSAs’ practices – Charline Ducottet & Jocelyn Parot 6. A modeling approach – Abdel Kader Naino Jicka 7. Seed systems – Riccardo Franciolini 8. Wheat group RSP – Armelle Mazé

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