Upcoming events

Foster environmental actions for the EU sheep sector

Dates: 
23/01/2019
Location: 
Brussels
Belgium
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The meeting is part of the LIFE project “SheepToShip - Looking for an eco-sustainable sheep supply chain: environmental benefits and implications”, a 4-year project aimed at identifying and applying innovative solutions for the reduction of GHG of the Sardinian sheep-dairy production chain and to improve the environmental sustainability of the sector. 

International Green Week 2019

Dates: 
18/01/2019 to 27/01/2019
Location: 
Berlin,
Germany
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This annual international exhibition brings together policy-makers, food producers and industry representatives to exhibit and discuss the latest trends in food and agriculture, including topics such as renewable resources, organic agriculture, and the future of rural development.

ENRD Workshop on ‘Biodiversity & the CAP: Working Together to Reach Conservation Goals’

Dates: 
29/01/2019
Location: 
Brussels
Belgium
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The workshop will focus on the state of implementation of the current biodiversity-related measures in RDPs and on the coordination with other policy instruments. It will also share good practice examples, exchange on bottlenecks and lessons learned, and discuss the future of biodiversity conservation in the 2021-2027 CAP Strategic Plans.

6th Rural Networks' LEADER/CLLD Sub-group Meeting

Dates: 
31/01/2019
Location: 
Brussels,
Belgium
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The sixth meeting of the European Rural Networks’ Assembly Sub-group on LEADER/CLLD will update on discussions around the post-2020 CAP legislative proposals; discuss implementation and possibilities for improvement; and exchange on LAG self-assessment and communication of successful LEADER/CLLD practice.

Opportunities for Farm Diversification in the Circular Bioeconomy

Dates: 
06/02/2019 to 07/02/2019
Location: 
Vilnius,
Lithuania
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This EIP-AGRI workshop will explore the various business models farmers and foresters could adopt to take advantage of circular economy markets, for example by developing intermediary products or particular products on their own, or joint initiatives with the industry.