THE “C” OF THE CAP RESCUED
The mobilisation to "keep the C" of the Common Agricultural Policy was successful. The European Parliament obtained key amendements to the Commission's proposal securing a level playing field in the control system of the policy.
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Posted on 14/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

The Green Energy Platform (GEP) welcomes the level of ambition and the fact that renewable energy from EU agriculture (i.e. biofuels & biomethane) is recognised as an essential lever for achieving the objectives of the draft « Fit for 55 » package, in particular for transport, which is the most challenging sector to decarbonise. However, […]

Posted on 08/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

In June the agriculture Committee in the European Parliament discussed the Commission’s study on New Genomic Techniques for which many MEPs showed their support. Also, in Germany, the main political parties exposed their political manifestos and took public position on the matter of NGTs. Scientists from Freibourg University pioneered a method that allows for the […]

Posted on 06/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

After the ‘Nestlégate’, which saw the Swiss food multinational admitting that a big majority of its products cannot be considered “healthy”, the UK is taking further steps in limiting the advertisement of unhealthy foods to children, and a pilot project for eco-label is planned to take off in the autumn, in France. Yuka, the food-shop […]

Posted on 05/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

During the last decades, the European wine sector has been able to keep up with the increasing competition both in the domestic and in the world’s markets. It built its strategy on enhanced quality & productivity, while meeting higher environmental and sustainability standards which were becoming an always more important aspect of the product.  In […]

Events
27/05/2021

New Genomic Techniques: opportunities and threats for the EU agriculture

Zoom, du 27/05/2021 14:00 to 27/05/2021 15:30

Following the publication of the European Commission’s study on the evaluation of the legal framework of new genomic techniques, Farm Europe organises a webinar with representatives of the European Institutions and scientists to stimulate the debate. You may rewatch the event on the following link, using the passcode mentioned below: https://zoom.us/rec/share/jK8ZAjJn9ScaYyW8uAQYP-pzYwmZbkAdnu14nMAaQZrG7rerPWfaEAGSxX3VFIkX.qlNfLGOqkmKcCd9c Passcode: Lq.#FB2K   The […]

03/05/2021

Wine sector – The reform of the CAP: the crisis and a strategy for the future

Zoom, du 03/05/2021 10:00 to 03/05/2021 11:30

SAVE THE DATE 3rd MAY https://zoom.us/j/96207001202?pwd=UzdMeHJVbXdIZWNNSDlocVBvYjRzUT09  you are cordially requested to confirm your attendance at aynard@arev.org 

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Green Energy Platform – “Fit for 55” : renewables from EU agriculture key to make EU’s ambition affordable, realistic and sustainable
Blog - Posted on 14/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

The Green Energy Platform (GEP) welcomes the level of ambition and the fact that renewable energy from EU agriculture (i.e. biofuels & biomethane) is recognised as an essential lever for achieving the objectives of the draft « Fit for 55 » package, in particular for transport, which is the most challenging sector to decarbonise. However, […]

EU wine sector: need of a wake up call for Europe
Blog - Posted on 05/07/2021 - By Farm Europe

During the last decades, the European wine sector has been able to keep up with the increasing competition both in the domestic and in the world’s markets. It built its strategy on enhanced quality & productivity, while meeting higher environmental and sustainability standards which were becoming an always more important aspect of the product.  In […]