The agricultural experts of viEUws.eu, the EU policy broadcaster, produced a series of interviews with prominent policy makers in the field of Agriculture and Rural Development. Two of these can be found below: concentrating on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy from an institutional perspective – paying attention to the role of the European institutions in the coming about of the CAP – and an environmental standpoint, bringing forward the positions of environmental lobby group BirdLife Europe with regard to the CAP reform process. Featuring: Paolo De Castro, Chair of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development in the European Parliament, and Ariel Brunner, Head of EU Policy at BirdLife Europe.
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Ahead of next week’s Council showdown on CAP reform, MEPs confirm they will be present on June 24 […]
Here we round up some recent perspectives on the Commission’s CAP proposal. This includes a summary of the 18 months of work that went into the document(s), concern over capping backsliding, a briefing on conditionality, which member states want to keep the cash as it was, and an Urgenci (CSA) and Birdlife perspective. […]