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The LIFE programme has opened two calls for proposals [5 / 06 / 2015]

With the aim of supporting projects that protect the environment and face the impact of climate change, the LIFE programme has launched two calls for proposals. If you want to read the whole article, please, […]

How the European Commission is going to simplify the CAP? [5 / 06 / 2015]

Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, has announced two packages of measures to simplify the implementation of the 2014-2020 CAP. On the one hand, he explained that some of the proposals are […]

Is the Youth Guarantee efficient to improve the unemployment rate of young people? [2 / 06 / 2015]

The Youth Employment Initiative particularly supports young people not in education, employment or training in the Union’s regions with a youth unemployment rate in 2012 at above 25% by integrating them into the labour market .This Youth […]

The European Commission publishes two reports on the potential impact for certain foods of the new origin labelling legislation [1 / 06 / 2015]

In the context of the Food Information for Consumers Regulation (1169/2011) the European Commission has published two reports on mandatory food origin labelling. As a conclusion, both reports show that the benefits from the new […]

Slovenia brings the digital culture to youngsters [29 / 05 / 2015]

Dolenjska Multimedia Centre opened its doors in 2003, since then, its objective has been to ensure that youngsters could have access to computers and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as well as to entrepreneurship programmes, […]

First Massive Open Online Course on Ecotourism [28 / 05 / 2015]

DEFISMED, the Collective intelligence in the service of social innovation “green” in the Mediterranean organisation is organising the first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Ecotourism. This course was created in collaboration with the University […]

Euromontana welcomes a new member: SODEBUR [28 / 05 / 2015]

SODEBUR (Society for the Development of the Province of Burgos in Spain) is officially a new member of Euromontana. It works to promote social and economic development in the rural areas of this Spanish province. […]

How do CAP Rural Development Programmes contribute to close the digital gap? [28 / 05 / 2015]

The Digital Single Market (DSM) aims to close the digital gap between rural and urban areas and to provide fast/ultra-fast broadband on the whole territory of the European Union. Nevertheless, in 2013, only 25.1 % […]

The European Commission has approved today 24 additional RDPs [26 / 05 / 2015]

Support for Rural Development is the so-called 2nd Pillar of the Common Agricultural Policy, providing Member States with an envelope of EU funding to manage nationally or regionally under multi-annual co-funded programmes. In total, 118 […]

The presentations and examples of the 1st ENRD Seminar on Stakeholder Involvement are now available [25 / 05 / 2015]

The 26th March 2015, the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD), organised a Seminar on Stakeholder Involvement in Brussels. The event brought together 137 participants from 26 Member States to discuss effective stakeholder involvement in […]

A mountain food label for Europe? Discover the new article published on the Journal of Alpine Research [21 / 05 / 2015]

Under the title of “A mountain food label for Europe? The role of food labelling and certification in delivering sustainable development in European mountain regions” the Journal of Alpine Research has published an article on […]

How to use radiofrequency identification technology to improve food products’ traceability [21 / 05 / 2015]

ESTIIC project  The ESTIIC project ‘Fostering Competitiveness through Innovation and the Information Society’ was a 3 year Regional Framework Operation within the INTERREG IIIC initiative that took place from April 2005 to June 2008. The […]

The European Commission has launched an online consultation process on the Role of the Research in Global Food and Nutrition Security [20 / 05 / 2015]

In the framework of the “Expo Milano 2015 Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, the European Commission (EC) expects to start a long-term dialogue with stakeholders in order to facilitate a participative and evidence-based policy […]

The European Commission opens a call for tender to analyse the implementation of the CAP in the European Union [20 / 05 / 2015]

The European Commission has opened a call for tender on mapping and analysis of the Implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The purpose of the evaluation study is to map and conduct a first […]

First meeting of the Rural Networks’ permanent Subgroup on LEADER [18 / 05 / 2015]

The first meeting of the Rural Networks’ permanent Subgroup on LEADER and Community-Led Local Development (CLLD) took place in Brussels on 21 April 2015. 105 participants representing all 28 EU Member States attended the meeting, […]

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Well-managed grazing activity provides multiple benefits but specific support measures are absolutely necessary

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