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.
Common Agricultural Policy post-2020
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This portal on the ENRD website provides information to support stakeholders' preparations for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020 programming period.
The ENRD has undertaken a range of activities which help to identify and share the lessons of the current programming period's support for rural development. This experience can be taken into consideration where relevant during the preparation of the future CAP Strategic Plans.
The portal contains links to legal and official texts from the EU institutions concerning the CAP post-2020 period. Presentations and materials from Member States and ENRD events relating to CAP programming are also available, as is relevant further information from other sources concerning the next period of CAP support.
Content for the portal’s webpages will continue to be updated as new information becomes available.
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.
Member States agreed their negotiating position (general approach) on the post-2020 common agricultural policy (CAP) reform package yesterday.
A public consultation by the European Commission aims to gather information and feedback from stakeholders and the wider public in relation to the impact of the CAP on biodiversity, soil and water. An online questionnaire is available until 22 October 2020.
The ENRD TG’s first meeting on the European Green Deal (EGD) defined the specific topics that the TG will address in its further work until May 2021. The objectives were: to provide an overview of the EGD policies / actions that have most relevance to rural areas and agriculture; to clarify the role of CAP in the delivery of EGD environmental and climate objectives and discuss and to validate the specific working topics of the TG.
The presentations from the day are available on the event page, together with short videos and other relevant background documents.