Centre international scientifique des fertilisants (CIEC)

International Scientific Centre of Fertilizers
Centro Internacional Cientifico de Abonos
Internationales Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Düngemittel
Centro Internazionale Scientifico Concimi Chimici
Mezdunarodnyj Naucnyj Centr Udobrenij

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History

Oct 1932, Rome (Italy), as Conférence internationale des engrais chimiques (CIEC). Name changed, 1949, to International Centre of Chemical Fertilizers and Products Useful for Agriculture -- Centre international des engrais chimiques et produits chimiques utiles à l'agriculture; and subsequently to Centre international des engrais chimiques. Currently referred to by listed titles. Statutes most recently revised Apr 1996.

Aims

Establish relations and cooperation with other organizations (national and international) and persons interested in the problems of science, technology, production, distribution and application of all types of fertilizer and fertilizing materials; promote and organize international meetings in the field as means for improving yield, crop quality, soil fertility and sustaining management of land use systems; study problems concerning utilization of natural nutrient resources under various ecological and climatic conditions; study effects of fertilization and fertilizer application on the natural environment; carry out activities in the field of recycling nutrients by waste processing, upgrading and evaluation of waste-processed fertilizing materials - composts etc; promote research on soil testing and plant analysis methods, assessment of nutrient demand on soil, water and plants; promote methods and initiatives for calibration and control of nutrient content and formulas in fertilizers by legal measures.

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Activities

Organizes or promotes congresses, conferences, symposia and exhibitions. Collects documents covering the most important issues of fertilizer production and application.

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Languages

English.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 40 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 15: Life on Land

UIA Org ID

C1482

Last News Received

2017
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