Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter.
French EU Presidency prioritises Council discussions on reciprocal health and environmental production standards for imports ('mirror clauses'). The slow progress on antibiotic mirror clause suggests this will not be plain sailing. My blog post discusses https://t.co/2zZAIesR16
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) January 30, 2022
Sixty-eight countries commit to carbon capture, soil protection https://t.co/1gRAnSxtU4
— EURACTIV Agri & Food (@eaAgriFood) January 31, 2022
16 are online:
— EU Agriculture🌱 (@EUAgri) January 31, 2022
Some key points made at my Carbon Farming webinar today:
Colm Markey MEP: "We need to look at where the farmer stands, then we cna look at where we can go from there so that's what this webinar is for". 🌿
You can watch the webinar back on YouTube here:https://t.co/jYqZDqUfQw pic.twitter.com/Yz14hPaV2L
— Colm Markey MEP (@ColmMarkey) February 1, 2022
#EUGreenDeal promised to ⬇️ #pesticides’ use by 50% by 2030 🌿 BUT we found out that 10 Member States teamed up to water down the #SAIO legislative proposal to monitor pesticides. The 50% reduction goal is in trouble 🚨@eucopresident
— PAN Europe (@EuropePAN) February 2, 2022
Taking the #OrganicEU Action Plan to the Member States with the National Organic Ambassadors!
The Ambassadors constitute an informal network that will help carry out the Organic Action Plan in every Member State.
I am pleased to open their first meeting tomorrow. /1 pic.twitter.com/h5rIYIH1gv
— Janusz Wojciechowski (@jwojc) February 2, 2022
Such a hardworking family. Departing the vegetable growing sector. And relieved to be doing so. It's very bad news.https://t.co/nTYHB8e8V6
— Cornelius Traas (@theapplefarmer) February 2, 2022