The Commission launched a public consultation on CAP’s impact on water, soil and biodiversity.
Agri-food and drink products whose names are protected by the EU as GIs represent a sales value of €74.76 billion according to a study by the Commission.
With the aim of improving the market resilience of the sugar sector, the Commission opened a call for tender for a study on adaptation strategies.
The Commission publishes two studies on the CAP instruments’ impact on water and on biodiversity.
Part of a commitment to improve the CAP, new dashboards are now available. They illustrate the CAP’s performance based on a broad range of indicators.
A study on conformity checks in the EU olive oil sector gives an overview of the sector while presenting and assessing the conformity check framework.
Study highlights benefits of producer organisations (POs) for EU farmers
To assess the performance of the CAP, the Commission regularly updates data on various areas linked to the policy.
This study analyses the administrative burden that arises from the CAP at different levels, including for national authorities and beneficiaries.
Publishing an external study on the impact of the CAP on climate change, the Commission recognises the key role the CAP should play in climate action.