Roadmap

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09 June 2017 - 07 July 2017 (midnight Brussels time)
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  • Vewin (Netherlands)
    7 juli 2017 Business association
    Vewin (Netherlands)

    As association of Dutch water companies (Vewin), we fully support the proposed evaluation of the impact of the CAP on climate change and greenhouse gas emissions. It is important to make the agricultural sector more sustainable and resilient to climate change and to use the CAP as an instrument in order to achieve this. Although we underline the need to reduce CO2 emissions from agriculture whole-heartedly, it is certainly not the only...

  • WWF-European Policy Office (Belgium)
    7 July 2017 Environmental organisation
    WWF-European Policy Office (Belgium)

    Overall, WWF welcomes this initiative and Roadmap, as food and agriculture remain a major source of GHG emissions and the CAP plays a key role in European farming. We would like to make two main suggestions to the roadmap proposed, in order to make it more useful and complete (please see file attached for further details and justification): 1/ ON LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION. To tackle this issue appropriately, we suggest including an additional...

  • An Taisce (The National Trust for Ireland) (Ireland)
    6 July 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    An Taisce (The National Trust for Ireland) (Ireland)

    Please see full text attached. An Taisce (The National Trust for Ireland) would like to provide feedback in relation to three main points: 1. The CAP in its current form promotes unsustainable, carbon-intensive agriculture in Ireland. 2. Sequestration in forestry should not be used as a substitute for the reductions required from livestock emissions in Ireland. 3. Beef and dairy production in Ireland would be a highly relevant case study for...

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