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    Agriculture and climate change - Agriculture and rural developm...

    07 Jul 2015 -
    objective result from climate pressures  [306 KB]     How farming influences climate change   Mainly by producing two powerful greenhouse gases: methane - from livestock digestion processes and stored animal manure, nitrous oxide - from organic and mineral nitrogen fertilisers. In the EU, however, the production of these gases is limited, and falling. Currently, about 9 % of total EU greenhouse
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    hogan-ettelbruck-03-07-2015_en

    03 Jul 2015 -
    of the Luxembourg Presidency to focus on simplifying rules and procedures. I have identified this as my political priority for 2015 and it is crucially important I have the strong support of the other Institutions and I know that have a strong supporter in that respect in Minister Etgen. I note also the priority given to reaching an agreement on a new regulatory framework on organic farming. The debate
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    press-summary-03-07-2015_en

    03 Jul 2015 -
    is also considered important with 36% of farmland and 33% of forestry coming under management contract to improve biodiversity. This also includes supporting the conversion or maintenance of organic farming on 37 000 hectares. More than 50% of the rural population will be covered by LEADER local development strategies, which are expected to create around 225 new jobs. Welcoming the decision, EU Agriculture
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    factsheet-murcia_en

    03 Jul 2015 -
    8 300 participants and will promote innovation through 27 projects under the European Innovation Partnership. Restoring, preserving and enhancing of ecosystems related to agriculture and forestry is also considered important with 36% of farmland and 33% of forestry coming under management contract to improve biodiversity. This also includes supporting the conversion or maintenance of organic farming
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    factsheet-molise_en

    02 Jul 2015 -
    of the agricultural land will be under management contracts supporting biodiversity, 17% under management contracts supporting water management and 13% of the agricultural land will be under management contracts supporting soil management. Over 8 300 hectares will receive support to convert to organic farming and another 6 700 ha to maintain organic production. Resource efficiency and climate The actions
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    PowerPoint Presentation

    01 Jul 2015 -
    Kick off meeting Grants 2015/06/29 Technical report : best practices Gavina Corda • The technical report is a contractual obligation • You have 60 days from the date when the termination of the Agreement takes effect to produce a request for payment DOCUMENTS TO PROVIDE WITH THE TECHNICAL REPORT It depends of the actions • For city farms and other general public events ? Pictures of the event,
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    [TITLE WITH CAPITAL LETTERS]

    30 Jun 2015 -
    pollinators – High proportion of healthy fatty acids in milk • Product innovation: cheese, butter, milk • From "low fat" to "good fat" Specific strategic research needs for organic agricuture • Improving existing organic systems – Productivity – Improved nutrient management • New organic farming systems – Re-diversify, new mixed systems – re-think outdoor areas for livestock • New
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    factsheet_en

    30 Jun 2015 -
    and forestry1 236 023 3271 64.11 % 4a biodiversity 10. Agri-envi-climate 11. Organic farming 12. Water Framework Directive 13. ANC 110 000 000 29.9% 89.24% of agricultural area under contract 4B water management: 28.22% of agricultural area under contract 7 023 327 1.91% Soil erosion and management 4c 11.44% of agricultural area under contract 7 000 000 1.9% 112 000 000 30.42% Priority 5: Promoting
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    factsheet-national-framework_en

    30 Jun 2015 -
    management of Natura 2000 sites, the promotion of organic farming, and the support to areas facing natural constraints. Those measures should always be in line with the regional SWOT analysis and the assessment of needs. The NF contributes to improving coherence and efficiency of implementation at regional level. A separate National Rural Network Programme provides the funding for the networking of
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    hogan-agri-food-chain-milan-29-06-2015_en

    29 Jun 2015 -
    who want to organise into producer groups, i.e. farmers who wish to band together in order to carry more weight vis-a-vis their trading partners. 8 ? But it is not only about money. If you look at the Common Market Organisation, you will see that there are actually numerous derogations from general competition law foreseen, precisely because this will allow farmers to organise themselves in a stronger