European Union - Greener, more competitive farming after 2013

How should the EU's farm policy be reshaped and how should it be funded after 2013? Parliament set out its views in a resolution adopted on Thursday, ahead of the publication this autumn of the Commission's agricultural reform plans.
Thursday 15 July 2010 (7 years 10 months 8 days ago)
How should the EU's farm policy be reshaped and how should it be funded after 2013? Parliament set out its views in a resolution adopted on Thursday, ahead of the publication this autumn of the Commission's agricultural reform plans.

The big challenges facing the farming world include climate change, the need for secure food supplies, food quality and business competitiveness, say MEPs in the resolution drawn up by George Lyon (ALDE, UK), which seeks to influence the debate on how best to remodel the common agriculture policy (CAP) in time for the EU's next multi-annual budget discussions.

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