The European Commission published country-specific reports on the financial needs of agriculture and the agri-food sector.
Based on the links between the CAP reform and the Green Deal, the Commission considers that the CAP reform is compatible with the new green ambitions.
The European Commission lays out a vision of a more targeted, more flexible and more effective CAP in its proposals, supported by a new way of working.
Healthy soil is necessary for the future of our planet. It contributes to the food we grow, as well as feed, textiles, wood and other materials.
The fourth AKIS report highlights how improving knowledge and innovation in the EU will help face the challenges of today and tomorrow.
To contribute to the CAP post-2020’s crucial ‘climate action’ objective, Commissioner Hogan proposes to reward farmers that help reducing carbon.
The “Trees for Kids” scheme would support the planting of trees by school kids, complemented by educational measures on the importance of forests.
The European Commission contributes to the increase of sustainable water usage in agriculture through short and long-term strategies.
The FaST tool will be launched for the next CAP. It aims to contribute to higher environmental ambitions and the digitisation of the agricultural sector.
This article explores the different ways the next CAP will support rural development, through innovation, support to young farmers, environmental care.