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  1. Issues Engagement Working Group Initial meeting and setup January 24, 2017

  2. Issues Engagement Working Group • Purpose • Evaluate resistance-related discussions in the public domain • Develop science-based information • Members • Mark Peterson, Marisa Salas, Harry Strek • First Meeting • 24 Jan 2017

  3. Issues Engagement Process CLI CropLife International GHRAC Main Committee Issues Engagement Working Group Issues Engagement Working Group Recommendations • Issues Input • GHRAC Members • CLI • Regional HRACs • External stakeholders • Compilation • Clarification • Brainstorming • Evaluation • Recommendations • Review • Revisions • Final prioritization • Approval • Action plans • Implementation • Output

  4. Criteria for Consideration • Does not conflict with anti-trust guidelines • Relevance to herbicide resistance • Scope (local or global) and potential impact • Urgency • Is the issue actionable? If so, resource and time requirements to address • Purely technical or more policy related?

  5. Possible Actions • Leverage of current resources • Sponsor new research • White papers • Journal articles • Public letters (e.g. to editors in response to articles) • Meetings with stakeholders

  6. Where to start (examples of issues) • Resistance testing methods • Resistance monitoring • Metabolic resistance (impact on MOA labeling, etc.) • Impact of regulatory actions on resistance management (mixtures, diversity of tools, etc.) • Others?

  7. Assisting New Regional / Country HRACs to Organize Some thoughts and request for feedback May 14, 2017

  8. Starting a new regional HRAC – Mexico (example) Questions to the group organizing the HRAC Mexico • Do you have a formal organizing committee? • What is the main purpose of organizing an HRAC country organization at this time? • How many and which companies have expressed interest in joining? • How will you be funded? • What will be the main initial focus of the group? • How will you link with other HRAC organizations? The above questions are intended to provide guidance to putting together the strategy of getting HRAC Mexico formed and running

  9. Starting a new regional HRAC – Mexico (example) • What Global HRAC should be prepared to deliver (draft) • • A checklist of initial steps to take • get commitment from core group of companies • put together an organizing committee • clarify funding sources & amounts • write and adopt a constitution • adopt an action plan for the first year • design and kick off website • develop communication plan to deliver news of formation in country and region • • Suggestions on funding • • Constitution template • • Website / branding support (?) • • Template for communication plan