This ENRD workshop will discuss how the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) can foster farm resilience, generate and stabilise farm income, and reinforce existing initiatives.
The conference will discuss the potential of the results-based approach for the delivery of biodiversity benefits in agriculture and how that potential could be better utilised, particularly in the context of post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy debate.
The event will discuss how business innovation can be used to revitalise rural areas, including EU policies and tools to support and existing practice to inspire future initiatives.
The event, organised by the German Network Support Unit (NSU), will discuss demographic change in rural areas by specifically looking at mobility and public services. It will present various projects working on the topic of rural mobility.
The event is aimed at a wide range of agriculture and rural development stakeholders from across the Baltic Sea region and will discuss topics such as risk management, agricultural subsidies and support measures, as well as environmental protection.
This high-level forum will discuss ways of making the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) work for both farmers and consumers, addressing issues such as price volatility, supply chains and policy measures in the context of the upcoming CAP review.
This seminar will discuss a rural agenda for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020, looking at practical experiences of ‘rural proofing’ and European thematic policies in support of rural areas, including territorial cohesion and rural-urban links.