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CAP should include targets to improve soil health, say scientific advisors

“Policy-makers cannot afford to ignore soil degradation”

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A group of scientists has urged EU policy-makers to safeguard the sustainability of Europe’s soils through its post-2020 agricultural policy, most notably by including specific targets and improving labelling schemes, greening measures and advisory services.

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