Alessandro Mancosu is IEG Policy’s Brussels correspondent, specialising in EU agri-food policy and related EU topics.
He has previously written about competition policy, as well as working in marketing for an asset management company. Alessandro has also done an internship as an information assistant at the European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Department.
Born in Sardinia, Italy, Aleesandro is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with a good knowledge of German. He has a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the King’s College London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the London School of Journalism.
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As crises will be a recurrent feature of EU agriculture in the years to come, the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) crisis reserve should be triggered easily and in an automatic fashion, a number of member states have declared.
The EU fertiliser industry has voiced its concern over the Commission’s decision to reduce the anti-dumping duty on ammonium nitrate originating from the Russian Federation.
Farmers can play a vital role in stemming the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) by simply adopting good hygiene practices, the FAO said.
Ahead of the trilogue taking place next week among the three EU institutions, EU agriculture representatives have called for more lenient rules on cadmium limits in fertilisers leaving farmers enough time to adjust to changing circumstances.
EU actions to improve animal welfare still show some weaknesses in compliance with minimum standards and better links could still be made to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), a new report has found.
The week ahead will kick off on Monday with the gathering of EU Agriculture ministers in the Agrifish Council.