FiBL Europe supports the administrative and financial coordination of EU funded projects (e.g. Horizon 2020). Furthermore, it supports other relevant projects involving all FiBL (e.g. FiBL Residues Working Group, OrganicXseeds).
FiBL Europe coordinates the European Input List (EIL) an easily accessible online tool, providing information on commercial inputs (plant protection products, fertilizers etc.) that comply with the rules for organic production. The list is drawn up on the basis of an in-depth product evaluation by a team of input evaluation experts. For further information on the European Input List and the six associated national Input Lists (Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Croatia and Italy), please visit the project website www.inputs.eu.
inputs.eu: Website of the European Input List
FiBL Europe is responsible for OrganicXseeds in Belgium. Therefore, it
organicxseeds.be: Belgian website of OrganicXSeeds
FiBL Europe is actively disseminating the research outcomes of its national scientists, as well as supporting the organic sector across Europe (e.g. international conferences and fairs). It
FiBL Europe develops trainings (incl. post-graduate level), training materials and webinars on organic and sustainable agriculture. It puts the outcomes of FiBL research projects at the service of a wider range of stakeholders (e.g. BTSF organic trainings, StartupBio).
FiBL Europe works closely with the Department of International Cooperation at FiBL Switzerland, supporting the dissemination of the scientific research results for the adoption of organic and sustainable agricultural practices at a global level. FiBL closely cooperates with international organizations and donors to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
FiBL Europe leads the advocacy activities of its members with the European institutions and other European stakeholders. From its positioning as a scientific and neutral research institution, FiBL is committed to the development of science-based policy frameworks in the field of food and agriculture. To this end, the advocacy activities aim to support fact-driven decision-making processes in multiple contexts, such as the organic farming regulations, research needs and policies, international cooperation policies, the Common Agricultural Policy and international trade policies. Therefore, it