Thursday 6. August 2020

Honey on dispute: The conflict on GMOs continues

European Court of Justice

A recent verdict from the Court of Justice of the European Union draw attention to the real difficulties of co-existence between genetically modified and non-modified products.

Reforming the CAP: why this debate involves us all

European Union

12 October is the date everyone has been waiting for, the day when the Commission will set before the Council its proposals for the reform of the CAP (Common Agricultural Policy). These proposals will be analysed, weighed up and inevitably criticised by every interested group, above all farmers and ecologists.

Agriculture

European Union

Triple scenario for the new CAP

The Communication on the reform of the CAP by the Commission is a full description of the challenges but we are still far

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