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  1. The role of the LULUCF sector in the EU’s long-term climate strategy
  2. Accounting for the LULUCF sector in the EU’s 2030 climate targets
  3. Long-run perspective on EU agricultural output growth and GHG emissions
  4. Who makes up the AGRI Committee for the 9th parliamentary term?
  5. Capping direct payments – a modest proposal
  6. Climate policy in agriculture and carbon leakage
  7. What will the European Parliament elections mean for CAP reform?
  8. The GHG emissions challenge for agriculture
  9. Designing CAP Strategic Plans to maximise environmental and climate potential
  10. The looming EU- US WTO Spanish ripe olives dispute
  11. COMAGRI lacks full transparency in crucial votes
  12. AGRIFISH Council on CAP reform negotiations in mid-March
  13. Revamped website
  14. UK announces proposed applied tariff schedule in event of no deal Brexit
  15. Hogan addresses COMAGRI on environmental ambition in CAP
  16. Measuring farmers’ dependence on public payments
  17. How to improve the CAP’s environmental performance post 2020
  18. Update on the budgetary framework for the CAP post 2020 negotiations
  19. State aid rules and the CAP 2020 legislation
  20. Market and trade effects of the next CAP reform
  21. Member State CAP allocations and progress on the MFF
  22. Evaluating the legislative basis for the new CAP Strategic Plans
  23. Recent trends in EU WTO domestic support notifications
  24. CAP spending in the next MFF
  25. The redistributive payment is more effective at redistribution
  26. Two indicators, little in common, same name: Market Price Support
  27. More on capping direct payments
  28. The drought crisis must serve as a wakeup call to Agriculture Ministers
  29. Wales charts course towards radically different farm policy
  30. The Article 92 commitment to increased ambition with regard to environmental- and climate-related objectives