Archive | June, 2018

The Article 92 commitment to increased ambition with regard to environmental- and climate-related objectives

Article 92 requiring increased environmental and climate ambition in the CAP Strategic Plans needs to be strengthened

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CAP strategic planning: scope and implications

We are pleased to welcome this guest post by Emil Erjavec, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Policy and Law at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is a version of his keynote speech to be delivered at the “The future of the CAP – L’avenir de la PAC” conference organised by Société Française d’Économie Rurale at [...]

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The greening architecture in the new CAP

The new green architecture proposed by the Commission has the potential to bring about a higher level of environmental and climate ambition if Member States care to use it

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France’s puzzling interest in increasing the CAP budget

France’s support for an increased CAP budget is surprising

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Commission Proposals on CAP: Will this become another decade of biodiversity decline?

To save biodiversity European leaders must step up to radically improve the Commission’s CAP proposals presented today.

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