Artigos de Farm Europe
Since the election of Donald Trump as the new US President the troubles facing big trade deals have reached a new stage. […]
On November 30, the European Commission finally detailed the new clean energy package of measures. Among the new proposals, it was announced the inclusion of targets to substantially increase the use of advanced biofuels in the transport fuel mix between 2020 and 2030, […]
Undoubtedly, there is nowadays a growing sentiment towards food and its effects on health.
People are worried about health risks related to certain foods. […]
Brussels, November 29, 2016
Today, Farm Europe presented its report on biofuels in the context of the debates on the “Low-Emission Mobility Strategy” […]
PRESS RELEASE Pavia, Italy – 16 October 2016
This weekend, more than 200 representatives from 18 different EU Member States […]
The Global Food Forum will take place on 14 and 15 October, on a farm close to Milan (Italy).
Organised by the think tank Farm Europe in partnership with Confagricoltura, […]
CEJA young farmer representatives from around Europe have gathered together today in Brussels to discuss the topic of risk management tools and insurance. […]
The European Commission can rightly be proud of the success of the milk reduction scheme launched in early September. With 1,07 million tonnes to be withdrawn from the market, […]
At the July 18 meeting of European Agricultural Ministers the European Commission presented a new package of emergency measures to help European dairy farmers who have been suffering for the last two years from collapsing market prices. […]
On June 15 , Farm Europe organized a Seminar on Science, Media and Decision Making on Food and Nutrition with the aim of launching the debate on the topic and trying to propose ideas on how to improve the relation and interaction among science, […]
Of course, CAP can definitely face technically and financially, the choice of the UK to leave the European Union. However, it must, […]
A Brexit would not be a serious blow for the CAP from a budgetary point of view, taking into account the British rebate and the return on contributions level: the CAP is the policy area to which the UK is the least net contributor. […]
26.05.2016 – Brussels. Today, Farm Europe hosted a reflection group on the situation of the global milk market, gathering key players and high representatives on both EU and global milk markets. […]
On May 3 Farm Europe hosted a debate on how Climate Change is impacting agriculture and food systems in a world experiencing more instable and volatile markets. […]
While the debate on the necessary evolution of the future CAP is about to rebound, thanks to the informal Council of agricultural ministers and to the Dutch presidency, […]
Climate Change and Market Volatility: A global overview of Policy Actions to build resilient food systems
Today, Farm Europe hosted a debate on how Climate Change is impacting agriculture and food systems in a world experiencing more instable and volatile markets. […]
COMMENTS ON THE DUTCH PRESIDENCY EU CONFERENCE ON FOOD PRODUCTS IMPROVEMENT.
Earlier this year, the Dutch Presidency brought together representatives of Member States, […]