EP conversation on “Future of the EU livestock sector – The way forward?”, which will be held on Tuesday 21 March from 12h30 to 14h00, at the European Parliament (Brussels) under the patronage of Vice President Mairead McGuinness and Michel Dantin, MEP. The European beef sector is at the foundation of the economic fabric of many regions across the EU. In the […]
Farm Europe will present the recommandations of the Global Food Forum at the European Parliament in Brussels on the 7th of February and launch the 2017 GFF edition. The event will take place under the patronage of MEPs Michel Dantin and Giovanni La Via, with Mr Phil Hogan, European Commissioner For Agriculture and Rural Development, keynote speaker
Presentation and discussion on Farm Europe’s report on “Producing Fuels and Feeds – A matter of Security and Sustainability for Europe”. The event will provide you with an opportunity to exchange ideas on the various issues related to this very highly debated topic, in the most objective way with a wide range of stakeholders.
The agri-food sector is at the crossroads between huge opportunities and massive pressure. Every single decision needs to be informed by a wide range of factors, where citizen expectations, breakthrough technologies and consumption patterns in developed but also in developing countries are only the tip of the iceberg. To cope with these challenges we truly believe […]
A new regional step of the Global Food Forum initiative will take place in Romania, in partnership with the ministry of Agriculture. Opening conference: What is at stake in terms of Investments? 3 workshops: on competitiveness, resilience and sustainability.
Under the patronage of Ms Pilar Auyso and Ms Angelique Delahaye MEPs, the event will provide an opportunity to debate with Academics, Media Representatives and Decision-Makers. The panel discussion will be moderated by Horacio Aleman. It will include: Frederic Simon (chief editor at Euractiv), Christopher Emsden (Journalist who covered economic policies for the Wall Street Journal, the Economist Intelligence […]
The EU-MERCOSUR Free Trade negotiations were launched by the end of 1995, more than 20 years ago. The stop and go pattern reached a high go point in 2004 when both the EU and the then 4 Mercosur countries (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) got very close to concluding the deal.