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The European agricultural statistics system (EASS) is undergoing a major transformation, aiming to improve data quality by taking a more systemic and efficient approach. The modernisation process began some years ago with an evaluation of existing agricultural statistics. To complete the process, in February 2021, the European Commission put forward two proposals on statistics: on inputs and outputs of agricultural activities and on regional economic accounts for agriculture. The European Parliament ...

In the context of modernising the European agricultural statistics system (EASS), updated rules have been published by the European Commission on statistics for EU farming, including the organic sector, covering both inputs and outputs for crops and animals, pesticides, nutrients, agricultural prices, etc. The new legislative proposal is the outcome of an evaluation process underlying that existing legal and methodological structure of agricultural statistics does not take into account future needs ...

The July plenary session highlights were: the continuation of the debate on the Future of Europe, this time with the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, the discussion on the outcome of the European Council meeting of 28-29 June 2018, and the review of the Bulgarian and presentation of the activities of the Austrian Presidencies. The European Commission and Council participated in discussions on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. VP/HR Federica Mogherini's statement ...

Tout comme les politiques de l’Union évoluent pour s’adapter au changement, les statistiques européennes ont besoin d’être réformées pour mieux répondre aux besoins d’information des utilisateurs. Les nouvelles technologies peuvent faciliter la combinaison et l’intégration de différentes sources de données sans que cela ne fasse peser une charge excessive sur les producteurs de données. Les statistiques sur les exploitations agricoles constituent l’épine dorsale du système européen de statistiques ...

On estime que d’ici 2050, 67 % de la population mondiale vivra en zone urbaine. Les préoccupations grandissantes concernant la sécurité alimentaire, combinées aux inquiétudes que suscite le changement climatique, ont contribué à promouvoir l’agriculture urbaine et le rôle qu’elle peut jouer en matière de sécurité alimentaire. Le présent document vise à fournir une vue d’ensemble de l’agriculture urbaine en examinant ses liens avec la sécurité alimentaire, l’économie, les questions sociales et l’environnement ...

The EU's beekeeping sector

En bref 24-10-2017

Every year, the EU's 600 000 beekeepers and their 16 million beehives produce 200 000 tonnes of honey. This is not however sufficient to cover demand on the EU market, and the shortfall is made up by imports, above all from China. Threats to bee health and market competition make the economic viability of apiculture a critical matter. EU policies aim therefore to address these issues and promote beekeeping, an activity that is of vital importance to the environment.

La politique agricole commune en chiffres

Fiches thématiques sur l’UE 01-10-2017

Les tableaux ci-dessous montrent des données statistiques de base dans plusieurs domaines relatifs à la politique agricole commune (PAC), à savoir: les industries agricoles et agroalimentaires dans les États membres (tableau II), l’intégration des préoccupations environnementales dans la PAC (tableau III), le secteur sylvicole (tableau IV), le financement et les dépenses de la PAC (tableaux I et v) et le commerce des produits agricoles et agroalimentaires (tableau VI).

European agricultural statistics represent a complex system of data describing the numerous facets of agriculture. They provide detailed knowledge allowing the taking of informed decisions and the shaping and evaluation of agricultural policies based on hard evidence. Farm structure statistics are the backbone of this system. The European Commission proposes a new approach for integrated farm statistics to create a more coherent, flexible and interlinked system of agricultural statistics.

This report reviews and discusses the implications for the agriculture sector of the COP21 UN Paris climate change conference and the recent EU climate policy proposals for 2030. It looks specifically at the role that the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) plays in supporting climate action within the agriculture sector and considers how the CAP might evolve post 2020 to support the agricultural sector in reducing GHG emissions and adapting to climate change.

The EU and the USA are currently negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), an agreement which could have major consequences for trade in agricultural products. In a document explaining the EU's TTIP proposal on agriculture, the European Commission said that it is aimed at increasing EU-US imports and exports by reducing tariffs and non-tariff protection, while respecting the individual agricultural models and standards of the EU and USA. This infographic gives an overview ...