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A new report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) explores different policies that could be used to help reduce greenhouse gases in agriculture.
Last Thursday (October 17), Boris Johnson was finally able to reach an agreement with the EU on how the UK would leave the bloc, but Brexit won’t be leaving the headlines anytime soon with more events unfolding next week.
Different EU projects presented their findings on paying farmers to support biodiversity in Brussels today (October 17), providing insights that may shape the future of European agricultural policy.
A new report released today says the world is not increasing agricultural productivity fast enough to sustainably meet the food, feed, fiber, and bioenergy needs of the planet’s population by 2050.
On Monday (October 14), EU agricultural ministers reacted to the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that the US can impose tariffs on Europe’s agri-food sector and called on the Commission to quickly de-escalate tensions while also preparing “rapid support” for the worst hit areas.
On October 14, outgoing EU farming boss Phil Hogan voiced his support for the CAP budget not to be cut in what could be his last appearance in front of the agricultural Council.