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In case you've missed the report on #pesticides pollution released by Italian authorities on x-mas eve (presumably the reason for choosing that date) a reminder of the ugly reality behind all that Italian agri-food tradition/quality/romantic marketing. #WithdrawTheCAP https://t.co/obw1WlaYqM
— Ariel Brunner (@ArielBrunner) January 4, 2021
Eco-schemes are a novelty in the future CAP with much uncertainty over how best to design them for greatest effect. In this post with Norbert Röder we are sceptical of Commission's proposed four flagship schemes and suggest more plausible alternatives https://t.co/yUeStkEpdE
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) January 7, 2021
In the coming weeks, the Commission may publish a list of potential eco-schemes to give further guidance to Member States.
Hopefully they won't be so much based on those quickly drafted "flagship schemes" but on better EC material like thishttps://t.co/4z60mVykfL
— Jabier Ruiz (@jabierolas) January 7, 2021