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  • European Environmental Bureau (EEB) (Belgium)
    26 November 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    European Environmental Bureau (EEB) (Belgium)

    The EEB welcomes the evaluation of the impact of the CAP on water, but would like to point out the following gaps in the current roadmap. First of all, it should include additional sources, such as reports and opinions by the European Court of Auditors (particularly the special report “Integration of EU water policy objectives with the CAP: a partial success”). The evaluation should also address current gaps and missed opportunities which...

  • Deutscher Naturschutzring (Germany)
    26 November 2018 Environmental organisation
    Deutscher Naturschutzring (Germany)

    Die Ausgestaltung der Europäischen Agrarpolitik ist von maßgeblichem Einfluss auf den guten Zustand unserer Gewässer und Wasserressourcen und damit zugleich die Zielerreichung der Wasserrahmenrichtlinie (WRRL) und weiterer Richtlinie (z.B. Nitrat, Biodiversität, Meeresschutz) Daher begrüßen wir die geplante Evaluierung. Diese kommt allerdings zu spät, da die Reform der EU-Agrarpolitik ab 2021 jetzt verhandelt wird und die Ergebnisse dieser...

  • James Hutton Institute (United Kingdom)
    26 November 2018 Academic/research institution
    James Hutton Institute (United Kingdom)

    We believe the concepts underpinning the H2020 project ‘Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity: Informing Nexus Security’ (MAGIC ) may useful to this important initiative; and wish to support the process as deemed appropriate. MAGIC is assessing how European policies can be better integrated to address the global challenges of delivering water, energy and food security (the WEF nexus). A transdisciplinary methodology is used to...

  • Fédération Nationale des Collectivités Concédantes et Régies (FNCCR) (France)
    26 November 2018 Public authority
    Fédération Nationale des Collectivités Concédantes et Régies (FNCCR) (France)

    As a federation of local authorities in charge of drinkable water production and management of aquatic environments, we want to catch your attention on the link between biodiversity and water quality. Nevertheless, the quality and quantity of water available need to be in the CAP 2020 priorities at the same level as climate change, biodiversity and carbon issues. It seems imperative to deeply remodel agricultural systems by favouring quality...

  • European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP) (Belgium)
    26 November 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP) (Belgium)

    Agriculture has major impacts on water, including input of nutrients (phosphorus, nitrogen) to surface and ground waters. Phosphorus-related eutrophication is one of the main causes for surface water failures to achieve Water Quality Framework quality status objectives. These nutrient losses are not only a major problem for water, but also represent a loss of value for farmers (costs of mineral fertilisers or organic amendment application) and...

  • Aqua Publica Europea (Belgium)
    26 November 2018 Business association
    Aqua Publica Europea (Belgium)

    Aqua Publica Europea, the European Association of Public Water Operators, welcomes the European Commission’s initiative to assess the impact of the Common Agricultural Policy on water. The water and agricultural sectors are intrinsically linked, and public water operators are confronted daily with the impact of agricultural activities on water supply and waste water treatment. According to the European Environmental Agency study “European...

  • Coordinator of H2020 project FAIRWAY (Netherlands)
    26 November 2018 Academic/research institution
    Coordinator of H2020 project FAIRWAY (Netherlands)

    FAIRWAY project FAIRWAY is a project that has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 727984). The general objective of the FAIRWAY project is to review current approaches and measures for protection of drinking water resources against nitrate and pesticide pollution in the EU, and to identify and further develop innovative measures and governance approaches for a more...

  • Daniel HERING (Germany)
    26 November 2018 EU citizen
    Daniel HERING (Germany)

    A key area for the revision of the Common Agricultural Policy should be improved cooperation with the implementation of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The main target of the WFD, the achievement of good ecological status for all European water bodies, is not really progressing. As most of the watercourses in Europe run through agricultural land, the effects of intense agriculture in riparian areas on river and lake ecological quality is...

  • Anonym (Spain)
    23 November 2018 Other
    Anonym (Spain)

    It's a very interesting project. We will follow initiative and participate on the internet-based public consultation.

  • EurEau (Belgium)
    22 November 2018 Business association
    EurEau (Belgium)

    Agriculture increasingly affects the quantity and the quality of drinking water resources through over-abstraction and the intensive use of anthropogenic substances respectively. Voluntary collaboration projects between farmers and water utilities may have positive impacts on the choices of Plant Protection Products (PPPs) or land-use management. However, such projects can only be complementary to, but they cannot substitute, clear legislative...