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Climate mitigation in agriculture is necessary, achievable and can benefit the sector in the process

ANNE MARéCHAL, BEN ALLEN, KALEY HART, 21 AUG 2017

The agriculture sector has great potential to reduce its GHG emissions in a cost-effective way, with limited or no production impacts, as well as gain efficiency and deliver environmental benefits in the process. However, to play and enhanced role in delivering the EU’s climate objectives requires commitment from both Member States and the agricultural sector.

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Out of the box thinking on the CAP

ALLAN BUCKWELL, 16 JAN 2017

RISE Foundation project outlines new thinking on the further modernisation of the CAP

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Where are we now and where next?

ANNE MARéCHAL; ALLAN BUCKWELL, 15 DEC 2016

Key messages from the DG AGRI Outlook conference 2016.

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Are Ecological Focus Areas delivering for biodiversity?

EVELYN UNDERWOOD, 08 DEC 2016

Ecological Focus Areas are intended to safeguard and improve biodiversity on arable farms in the EU. What evidence is there that they are actually delivering biodiversity on farmland?

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Out of the box thinking on the CAP

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Rural Development back on the agenda at Cork

David Baldock sets out his view on the Cork 2 conference which he and others at IEEP attended and about what this... Read in full

Climate mitigation in agriculture is necessary, achievable and can benefit the sector in the process

The agriculture sector has great potential to reduce its GHG emissions in a cost-effective way, with limited or no production impacts, as... Read in full