Sustainable Use of PPPS and environmental quality

Based on the requirements set by the SUD, the minimization of ppps impact or “footprint” is the main prerequisite for the continuation of their use. In the present session, approaches based on scientific evidence and studies, aiming at the safeguarding of the quality of natural and occupational environment will be presented. Furthermore, the influence of training and public awareness on the environmental safety and the potential gaps in knowledge will be addressed. The ultimate goal of the session is to bridge the “knowledge and practice” for the benefit of safety for humans, environment and agricultural income.






112 Manpriet Singh Introducing a farmer interactive ‘agricultural runoff & best management practice’ tool to prevent soil degradation and water contamination
113 Manpriet Singh Agricultural runoff: policy recommendations and tools to improve farmers’ understanding about soil management
114 Gabriele Sacchettini The opentea platform, a new e-learning tool to achieve a sustainable use of pesticides
115 Gabriele Sacchettini Risk indicators for operators, workers, bystanders and residents for a sustainable use of plant protection products
116 Gabriele Sacchettini Suptraining project: development of an e-learning platform for the sustainable use of pesticides
117 Maura Calliera Stakeholder’s survey views and priorities regarding factors limiting the plant protection products (ppps) risk evaluation
118 Jörn Strassemeyer Pesticide risk indicators evaluation report (prier) – a web based tool to collect information on pesticide risk indicators
119 Kolupaeva Victoria Developing groundwater scenarios for russia and comparison of their vulnerability with european groundwater scenarios