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CAP Monitor

Introduction to CAP Monitor

CAP Monitor is the unique guide to the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and is available to all European Agriculture Policy channel subscribers.

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Podcast: CAP Reform & Farm Bill progress

Proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy have been submitted by the European Commission, while the new US Farm Bill is making its way through the Legislative Branch, meaning it is a significant time for the farming sectors on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Defra steps up ‘no deal’ contingency planning amid Brexit chaos

The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has stepped up contingency planning for the eventuality of the UK leaving the EU with no deal in place, Environment Secretary Michael Gove said today.
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Meat and dairy companies emit more greenhouse gas than oil multinationals

Annual greenhouse gas emissions from the five largest meat and dairy corporations are greater than those of big oil corporations, a new study has found. 
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Trade Policy

Podcast: CAP Reform & Farm Bill progress

Proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy have been submitted by the European Commission, while the new US Farm Bill is making its way through the Legislative Branch, meaning it is a significant time for the farming sectors on both sides of the Atlantic.

European Agricultural Policy US Agricultural Policy

Defra steps up ‘no deal’ contingency planning amid Brexit chaos

The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has stepped up contingency planning for the eventuality of the UK leaving the EU with no deal in place, Environment Secretary Michael Gove said today.
EU European Agricultural Policy

Meat and dairy companies emit more greenhouse gas than oil multinationals

Annual greenhouse gas emissions from the five largest meat and dairy corporations are greater than those of big oil corporations, a new study has found. 
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Farm Policy

Sensor technologies used to optimise irrigation in Spanish greenhouses

Sensors and irrigation control systems are increasingly being adopted to manage water use in horticulture in the south of Spain, which has one of the largest concentrations of greenhouses in the world.

Technology Environment and Conservation

Meat and dairy companies emit more greenhouse gas than oil multinationals

Annual greenhouse gas emissions from the five largest meat and dairy corporations are greater than those of big oil corporations, a new study has found. 
EU European Agricultural Policy

German government sued by environmental group over excessive nitrate pollution

A German NGO has filed a lawsuit against Chancellor Angela Merkel's government for failing to curb the nitrate contamination of the country’s groundwaters caused by farming practices and breaching the limits laid out in the EU’s Nitrates Directive.

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Environment & Conservation

Podcast: CAP Reform & Farm Bill progress

Proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy have been submitted by the European Commission, while the new US Farm Bill is making its way through the Legislative Branch, meaning it is a significant time for the farming sectors on both sides of the Atlantic.

European Agricultural Policy US Agricultural Policy

Sensor technologies used to optimise irrigation in Spanish greenhouses

Sensors and irrigation control systems are increasingly being adopted to manage water use in horticulture in the south of Spain, which has one of the largest concentrations of greenhouses in the world.

Technology Environment and Conservation

Meat and dairy companies emit more greenhouse gas than oil multinationals

Annual greenhouse gas emissions from the five largest meat and dairy corporations are greater than those of big oil corporations, a new study has found. 
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Renewable Energy

EPA chief Pruitt exits as ethics woes reach fever pitch

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt resigned yesterday (July 5), after proving unable to stem a flood of ethics allegations which have dogged his tenure at the agency.

US Agricultural Policy US Food Policy

EU agri-policy diary (June 25-29): Brexit, nitrate pollution

This week will see national leaders gather in Brussels to take stock of the progress made in the Brexit negotiations and agree on the next steps forward, while Environment MEPs are set to assess member states’ measures to protect water sources from agricultural nitrate pollution.

Environment and Conservation Brexit

Food and beverage sector highly exposed to depletion of natural resources, warns insurer

The food and beverage sector along with oil and gas, mining, and transportation rank highest in terms exposure to the risk of consumption and waste of natural resources, according to a new report by insurer Allianz.

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Brexit

Podcast: CAP Reform & Farm Bill progress

Proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy have been submitted by the European Commission, while the new US Farm Bill is making its way through the Legislative Branch, meaning it is a significant time for the farming sectors on both sides of the Atlantic.

European Agricultural Policy US Agricultural Policy

Defra steps up ‘no deal’ contingency planning amid Brexit chaos

The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has stepped up contingency planning for the eventuality of the UK leaving the EU with no deal in place, Environment Secretary Michael Gove said today.
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Butter, yoghurts, cheese “could be restricted” by Brexit

The UK’s largest dairy, Arla, has said any non-tariff barriers to trade and labour shortages will make it more difficult to import dairy products from Europe after Brexit, and could lead to shortages of certain foods.

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