Environment and Conservation
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While EU policymakers made some important decisions on their future agri-food policies last week, US farmers got more clarity on the emergency aid that they will soon receive from the government.
The European Commission published new details on how its sustainable policies will be developed in close consultation with food producers, after European farming groups slammed the new Farm to Fork strategy as a “general attack” on farmers’ income.
A survey conducted by agricultural scientists has identified which EU member states are most dependent on glyphosate.
Members of the European Parliament are lining up for meetings with European Commission officials to discuss the most important recent developments in EU agri-food policies.
Today (20 May), the European Commission launched its Farm to Fork (F2F) Strategy, which aims to drive more sustainable food consumption and production in the EU.
European meat and dairy trade groups have said uncoordinated nutrition labelling schemes across the EU pose a commercial risk to the single market and outlined what a harmonised version should contain.
The European Commission should withdraw its proposal to approve a genetically modified triple- stack soybean line, says the European Parliament.
The Polish government’s proposal to increase the next CAP budget by 10% has been backed by EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski.
Over 150 major multinationals have urged governments to make sure that their COVID-19 economic aid supports the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
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