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This is the highlights report of the 1st meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on Sustainability Agreements in the agri-food supply chain which took place on the 17 of March 2022.

The meeting was organised to take stock of the new regulatory framework for sustainability agreements and implications for business, the environment, and the consumer; understand how sustainability agreements/collective actions on sustainability are pursued through the food value chain and begin to identify the key enabling conditions and barriers to the development and implementation of sustainability agreements.

This is the highlights report of the 1st Thematic Group meeting on Making the seven LEADER principles work in practice for all LAGs under the CAP Strategic Plans which took place on 10 March 2022.

The meeting was organised to facilitate discussion and exchanges between the TG members for a common understanding of the seven LEADER principles.

 

This policy insights article focuses on how the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) supports animal welfare in the EU through four specific elements: conditionality; farm advisory services; rural development interventions under Pillar 2; and eco-schemes.

This policy insights article focuses on the value of data in making informed decisions concerning food system transitions, tackling environmental challenges and supporting rural communities. 

 

This policy insights article focuses on InvestEU's offer of improved investment choices for CAP Managing Authorities. With up to € 372 billion of investment anticipated to flow through InvestEU, Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) funding can be used to attract this investment to strengthen the socio-economic and environmental resilience of rural Europe. 

This policy insights article focuses on connecting networks through clusters. Clusters are networks that unite stakeholders with mutual interests to work together to achieve benefits that could not be possible by the individual cluster member working alone. National Rural Networks (NRNs) have recognised these benefits and continue to build on their history of cooperation through regional clusters connecting rural Europe.

This policy insights article focuses on the protecting pollinators from pesticides. Around € 3.7 billion of the EU’s annual agricultural output is directly dependent on insect pollinators, but in recent decades the population of European wild-insect pollinators (bees, butterflies, hoverflies, and moths) has suffered significant declines. Modernising the way Europe’s farms use pesticides will be a game changing solution to halt this negative trend.

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