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We now have evidence that, when the appropriate agricultural practices are applied, the carbon sink effect (or carbon sequestration) of olive trees through the biomass and soil is much greater than the greenhouse gas emissions for one production…

In the framework of its programme of activities for the first semester of 2016, at a project mid-term evaluation meeting with the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC), the project implementing agency (Tunisian Olive Tree Institute) and the…

Here is the latest IOC press review: http://www.scoop.it/t/olive-news. Although published once a month on the IOC website it can be consulted at all times because it is updated daily. Add it to your list of Favourites and let us know if you have any…

On Wednesday 20 July 2016, H.E. Wacef Chiha, the Tunisian Ambassador in Madrid, received members of the Executive Secretariat of the International Olive Council on their return from the 27th extraordinary session of the Council of Members of the…

The Council of Members of the International Olive Council, an inter-governmental organisation established in 1959 to administer the International Agreement on Olive Oil and Table Olives, held its 27th extraordinary session in Hammamet, on the…

The IOC, as part of its work to support and assist projects and initiatives benefitting the sector, sponsors various projects under the Horizon 2020 programme. One of these projects is “Bio-resources for Oliviculture” – BeFOre…