Management of natural resources: will the new CAP make agriculture more sustainable?

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Date / Heure
Date(s) - 26 Feb 2015
10 h 30 min - 15 h 00 min

Emplacement
Salon de l'Agriculture


Organised in the framework of the project “Can EU CAP it”, the main objectives of this seminar are to:

• Explain the new  CAP and its link with the sustainability of the agricultural production and the management of natural resources and public goods;
• In particular explaining explain some specific CAP measures such as the greening measures in the first pillar; agro-environmental-climate measures in the second pillar;

• Discuss with the participants the tools and good practices to implement in the Member States as well as the aspects of the  current CAP that could be improved to ensure a more sustainable agricultural production and a better management of natural resources (which means a more efficient management).

If you are interested in taking part in the debate please register yourself here.

Please, note that the maximum number of participants is 50 persons, those not registered will not be able to get in to the conference room.
The seminar will be held in French.

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