NGO study says food security no longer an issue, calls CAP ‘ineffective’

There is no evidence of food security being an issue in the EU today, whereas evidence points towards overproduction in agriculture, food waste and health problems such as obesity as far more problematic, a conference in Brussels entitled ‘Who will fix the broken CAP?’ heard.

“The bigelephant in the room” in the CAP debate is that food security is not as crucialof a dilemma as it was after the Second World War, Guy Pe’er, a researcher atthe German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research told the audience atthe conference

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