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.
— Flameboy💙 (@Zummerzetter) July 11, 2021
German Commission on the Future of Agriculture with half agri-food representation reaches unanimous agreement that EU’s agricultural subsidies should focus on environment and climate goals, including phase out of direct payments and reduction of livestock https://t.co/Nweo9TngWt
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) July 10, 2021
We are excited to share our new report on the huge potential benefits of good #local food systems #naturefriendly #agroecology New Local Food Infrastructure Fund could unlock benefits for nature & people @UKSustain @RSPBNews https://t.co/hFo7B5NqbN pic.twitter.com/E0DIFJOAKH
— Lucy Bjorck (@Octofish) July 14, 2021
Have a look! Fab new social enterprise, a model for small local towns and villages with low populations in the hinterland.
Farmer just turns up with what's sold,
BUT – the whole initiative is run by and for the community. @ofnireland Now available in #NorthTipp https://t.co/8HQtz9Vd7F
— Cultivate (@cultivate_ie) July 14, 2021
— IEEP (@IEEP_eu) July 14, 2021
The EU seed marketing legislation needs to be reformed – but how? Find our statement to the Commissions Inception Impact Assessment here: https://t.co/1YSj7Ev0uL
— Arche Noah (@arche__noah) July 14, 2021
✅a step further towards #ClimateAction
❌ but fails short on ambition
— CAN EUROPE (@CANEurope) July 14, 2021
The Youth Articulation of ECVC has released a Position Document on the #CAPreform.
📢“We fear that the reformed CAP will continue to neglect the real needs of young farmers, and in particular small, agroecological farmers."
Check it out👇https://t.co/BluueerT3g
— European Coordination Via Campesina (@ECVC1) July 15, 2021
It will take time to absorb all aspects of the Commission's 'Fit for 55' climate package announced today https://t.co/4gcaOzgAyO. The attached graphic provides an overview of the new targets compared to previous ones. pic.twitter.com/Gel7eM4eWg
— Alan Matthews (@xAlan_Matthews) July 14, 2021
The sugar-coating will have worn off by the time you reach our analysis of the #CAP deal in the new @EUauditors journal, and what it means for nature in Europe#VoteThisCAPdown https://t.co/jYTH8x3QCx pic.twitter.com/0u6AhaPyCA
— Harriet Bradley (@HarrietBirdlife) July 15, 2021
— Eating Better (@Eating_Better) July 15, 2021
1/4 @HenryDimbleby smashes it with #NationalFoodStrategy “The global food system is the single biggest contributor to biodiversity loss, deforestation, drought, freshwater pollution and the collapse of aquatic wildlife.”
— Geoff Sansome (@HawfordFarm) July 15, 2021