In the framework of the EU Green Week 2020, the European Commission launched a new Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity: a one-stop shop for science-based evidence to restore and protect the natural ecosystems that provide us with food, medicines, materials, recreation, and wellbeing.
Portail « Bioéconomie rurale »
Ce portail s’inscrit dans le cadre des travaux du groupe thématique du REDR sur le thème « Généraliser la bioéconomie » et il est centré sur les défis et les opportunités de la bioéconomie dans les zones rurales. Cliquez sur les boutons ci-dessous pour découvrir le contenu du portail et partager votre expérience.
Now in its 3rd year, the 2020 National Farming For Nature Ambassador Awards recognised eight outstanding examples of how farming can have a positive impact on our biodiversity and climate.
The Farm to Fork Strategy aims to develop a fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food system in the EU. To gauge public knowledge of the current system and citizens’ appetite for change, this Special Eurobarometer aims to uncover their food buying and eating habits, find out what they believe constitutes ‘sustainability’, assess their willingness to switch to a healthier, more sustainable diet and find out who should be responsible for change. This survey was carried out in the 27 Member States of the European Union between 3 August and 15 September 2020 among 27,237 European citizens.
The Council reached three important political agreements for Europe's agriculture and fisheries sectors during the two-day Council in Luxembourg (19-20 October 2020). As a next step, on 23 October 2020 the European Parliament has finalised its position on the post-2022 EU farm policy reform, for a greener, fairer, and more robust EU farm policy. bringing the CAP reform to a final conclusion.
The Farm to Fork 2020 conference: Building sustainable food systems together was the first annual gathering of European stakeholders willing to engage and help shape the EU's path towards sustainable food systems.