An external study published by the European Commission analysed the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and EU-added value of the climate action of certain key CAP measures.
The event will provide the opportunity to discuss with leading European and national politicians, officials and scientific advisors on how society can apply circular bioeconomy. It will include visits research facilities, companies and municipalities in Central Denmark Region who are actively engaged in bioeconomy solutions.
The event will focus on the interlinkages between small farm development, agricultural and public policies. The drivers and consequences will be debated from a social sciences perspective.
This free information day is an opportunity for attendees to get some insight into the Societal Challenge 2 calls for proposals of Horizon 2020, for the Work Programme of 2020, covering food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy. Registrations close on 28 June.