TTIP: “very negative impacts” says Irish Farmers Association
Beef the big looser, as both largest mainstream farming organisation & civil society in Ireland question TTIP
Challenges & opportunities of moving agroecology east
Agroecology is in the news again thinks to an International symposium held in Mali recently. So how does agroecology fit into eastern Europe?
UK government reverts to paper for basic payments
The future is, eh, paper. UK reverts to paper for Basic Payments Scheme 2015 #BPS2015
Glyphosate: EU approval process seriously questioned
In the approval process, scientific evidence on the toxicity of glyphosate is being disregarded. Guest post by Julia Sievers of Agrarkoordination.
Public Institutions in Copenhagen are leading the way in driving growth in the organic sector.
While global investment funds are involved, neighbouring Romanian firms are also acquiring very large tracts
What does the word peasant mean in Romania and elsewhere? Derek Freitas, Eco RuralisFood Chains
A report on the key ideas and outcomes from this civil society gathering held in
Karen Hansen-Kuhn & Hannes Lorenzen unpack the issues with TTIP & local food names in