On 4 May 2017, the European Committee of the Regions’ Commission (CoR) for Natural Resources (NAT) and the Rurality-Environment-Development (RED) international association held a conference in Brussels entitled “RURAL post-2020: more ambitious, more transversal! A Rural Agenda to re-enchant the European project”. One of the aims of the conference was to discuss rural development policies and more particularly how to implement rural proofing, a concept introduced in the Cork Declaration 2.0, adopted in September 2016.
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30 June 2017