Publikacje

Animal welfare

22-03-2018

    Commission's Report on the impact of international animal welfare activities on the competitiveness of European livestock producers in a globalized world - E. Zamora Escribano, DGSANTE, European Commission

Omnibus regulation

20-03-2018

    Delegated Acts linked to the agricultural part of the Omnibus - P. Bascou, DG AGRI, European Commission - Presentation 20.03.2018

Greening

22-02-2018

    Greening - a more complex income support scheme, not yet environmentally effective - ECA Special Report 21/2017 - Presentation 2018.02.21

The future of food and farming

22-02-2018

    European Commission Presentation (2018.02.22)
    European Commission Communication (2017.11.29)

European Court of Auditors - Special Reports

25-01-2018

    Rural Development Programming Special Report No 16/2017 - Janusz Wojciechowski - Presentation 23.01.2018
    Spending at least one euro in every five from the EU budget on climate action - Phil Wynn Owen - Presentation 12.04.2017

Studies on the Brexit

12-12-2017

Wheat field with Brexit stamped on it

Food 2030 - Research & Innovation for tomorrow's nutrition and food systems

24-11-2017

    Presentation by Mr John Bell, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission

CAP and WTO

21-11-2017

    CAP Simplification Measures and Nairobi WTO Ministerial Meeting - 2016.01.18
    Topical WTO agriculture issues: presentation by the Commission (DG AGRI) - 2017.11.06

EU action against antimicrobial resistance

16-11-2017

    Presentation by Mr Vytenis Andriukaitis, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety

Implications of 'Brexit' for the EU agri-food sector and the CAP: workshop 2017.11.09

10-11-2017

Wheat field with Brexit stamped on it
    Possible impact of Brexit on the EU budget and, in particular, CAP funding - Jacques Delors Institute
    EU – UK agricultural trade: State of play and possible impacts of Brexit - CIREM-CEII
    Possible transitional arrangements related to agriculture in the light of the future EU – UK relationship: institutional issues - Trinity College Dublin