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Set up in 2019 to share knowledge and help inform agricultural policy with solid analysis, PANAP has already delivered ground-breaking research and tools
Set up in 2019 to share knowledge and help inform agricultural policy with solid analysis, PANAP has already delivered ground-breaking research and tools
Jun 22 2021

Two years on from its inception, the activities, achievements and way forward for the Pan African Network for Economic Analysis of Policies are presented today at the AU – EU agriculture ministerial conference.

The EU aquaculture sector reached €4.1 billion in turnover in 2018, according to a new JRC report. However, the report estimates that the coronavirus pandemic hit the sector by decreasing income sources and increasing costs.
In the EU, aquaculture accounts for about 25% of seafood consumption
May 06 2021
Globally, aquaculture – farmed fish, shellfish and aquatic plants – recently surpassed wild capture fisheries as the main source of all the seafood we eat.
In today’s increasingly interconnected world, decisions taken in one sector or country can have repercussions in other sectors and regions
In today’s increasingly interconnected world, decisions taken in one sector or country can have repercussions in other sectors and regions
Apr 08 2021
Joint OECD-JRC report helps to support the design of long-term recovery strategies by implementing the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The new book explores how to protect lives, livelihoods, the environment and our rich cultural heritage from future disasters
The new book explores how to protect lives, livelihoods, the environment and our rich cultural heritage from future disasters.
Mar 23 2021
Enhanced data collection, more knowledge sharing and a long-term approach to risk will be key in strengthening Europe’s resilience against future disasters.
The paper calls for global policy designs with measures aimed at avoiding an increase in inequality, hunger and malnutrition.
The paper calls for global policy designs with measures aimed at avoiding an increase in inequality, hunger and malnutrition.
Jul 24 2020

Without integrated policies and international assistance to the less fortunate regions, the pursuit of climate targets could make developing countries slip back on key Sustainable Development Goals.

Developing countries cannot afford to tackle climate change without partnership assistance and knowledge transfer from richer regions, a new study concludes.

Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, the Sudan, Nigeria and Haiti are the world’s 10 hungriest countries.
Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, the Sudan, Nigeria and Haiti are the world’s 10 hungriest countries.
Apr 29 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic may increase the number of people battling acute hunger and suffering from malnutrition.
Set up in 2019 to share knowledge and help inform agricultural policy with solid analysis, PANAP has already delivered ground-breaking research and tools
Set up in 2019 to share knowledge and help inform agricultural policy with solid analysis, PANAP has already delivered ground-breaking research and tools
Nov 06 2019
PANAP aims to strengthen the cooperation of researchers and policy makers when designing agriculture and food policies in Africa.
Japanese beetle is on the list of 20 quarantine plant pests on the EU territory published today.
Japanese beetle is on the list of 20 quarantine plant pests on the EU territory published today.
Oct 11 2019

Following a new methodology, the JRC assessed a list of quarantine pests for their potential economic, social and environmental impact on EU agriculture and forestry.

The bacterium Xylella fastidiosa affecting olive trees, almond, grapevine among other important crops, as well as the Japanese beetle, Citrus Black Spot, Citrus greening and the Asian long-horned beetle are among the top ranking pests affecting plant health in Europe.

This ranking has helped the Commission to list 20 quarantine pests as priority pests. The list is published today.

Heatwaves and droughts can have an impact on both regional and international agricultural markets
Heatwaves and droughts can have an impact on both regional and international agricultural markets
Jun 21 2019
Crop prices are more severely impacted by negative than positive climate extremes.
Seaweeds can provide an alternative source of food, feed, fuel and livelihood for an ever-expanding population
Seaweeds can provide an alternative source of food, feed, fuel and livelihood for an ever-expanding population
May 21 2019

A new report gives scientific guidance to help meet a growing global demand for seaweeds while also protecting resources and the environment.

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