The sixteenth meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Steering Group (SG) will enable participants to exchange on the latest developments on the CAP Reform and other relevant EU Policy initiatives, including the Long Term Vision for Rural Areas. The meeting will also provide an update on planned and forthcoming rural networks’ activities, and a discussion on preliminary ideas about governance arrangements for the future EU CAP Network.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is organising the first ever EU Soil Observatory (EUSO) Stakeholders Forum. This three-day event (built on six, focused, half-day sessions) will reflect the challenges facing soil within the various strategies of the Green Deal (e.g. the Soil, Biodiversity and Farm2Fork strategies, Zero Pollution Action Plan) and Horizon Europe’s proposed Mission on Soil Health and Food.
The FAO and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan (MAFF) organise the webinar “Climate finance opportunities to foster forest-positive agriculture.” This session will be the third of three online events under the common topic of “Halting deforestation: approaches and tools for forest-positive commodity value chains".
This EURACTIV Virtual Conference will discuss the CAP reform and the shift from compliance towards results and performance. Can these latest reforms achieve the balance of economic health of the farming sector, care for the natural environment, action over the climate emergency, and foster a strong economic and social fabric in rural areas?
Natexpo, the international trade show for organic products, is organized by and for stakeholders in the organic market. An event where market players bringing together producers, manufacturers, processors, distributors and specialists in the sector at national and international level.
Last year, EUSEW went completely digital and this year you will be able to find us online once again. The event will comprise a 3-day digital policy conference, the EUSEW Awards, the second European Youth Energy Day as well as 1:1 video meetings, virtual stands and other networking activities.
The info-days will present the topics of the Horizon Europe Cluster 6 (Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment) work programme 2022 and will give the opportunity to prospective applicants to learn more about funding under the cluster of the new programme. Cluster 6 info-days will be followed by brokerage events to bring together potential applicants and stakeholders of the new Research & Innovation programme.
This EURACTIV Virtual Conference is about measures the food industry must take to achieve carbon neutrality. Questions to be discussed include: What is the EU food and drink industry doing to get to net zero? What are the opportunities available to the sector? What can policymakers do to enable change from all businesses?