Reformed in 2014 with the aim of greater clarity and in line with the expectations of European society, is the current CAP a robust policy response to the challenges which the European Union must overcome in the next 15 years? By tying 30% of direct aid to the issues of environmental sustainability and climate, and […]
While August has been a quiet month, July has seen some movements as regarding the Farm to Fork Strategy sponsored by the services of the European Commission. An unofficial impact assessment of the strategy has been published during the holidays considering the impacts of the targets on the EU agri-food markets, together with a report analysing the implementation of the “One Health” action plan on animal welfare and antimicrobial resistance; MEPs from ENVI and AGRI Committees agreed on amendments to the strategy texts, while in the Council of the EU consensus was found on the Organic Action Plan, during the first meeting under the Slovenian Presidency.
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