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Steve Gillman

Steve is a food and agricultural correspondent at IEG Policy.

He is based in Brussels, Belgium, and specialises in a range of topics including EU agri-food trade and agro-environmental policy, sustainability, agrifood business and different issues facing EU farming sectors.

He has also worked as a sustainability consultant for international businesses, NGOs and government organisations operating in the agrifood sector.

Steve has an MA in Journalism and an MSc in Business Sustainability from the University College Dublin’s Smurfit Executive Development School.

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NGOs want EU Farm to Fork strategy to tackle overconsumption of meat, dairy and eggs

Twenty NGOs called on the European Commission to address the overconsumption of meat, dairy and eggs as part of the EU’s new strategy to boost sustainable agrifood production.

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Two-thirds of EU businesses don’t check suppliers’ social or environmental impact, EU study finds

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Failed EU budget talks keep post-2021 CAP on uncertain path

EU agriculture ministers have been unable to agree on different parts of the proposed CAP reform without knowing how much they can spend.
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Reform environmentally harmful agricultural support, OECD says

Governments need to start taxing environmentally damaging farming practices to ensure the sector shifts to a more sustainable path, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said.

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Farms need more nature to better protect pollinators, says EU Commission

The EU needs to commit more farmland to nature if it wants to improve the situation for its pollinators, an environmental official from the European Commission has said.

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