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verabschiedet on 21/01/2015
Referenz: 
NAT/632-EESC-2014-00926-00-00-ac-tra
Plenartagung: 
504 -
Jan 20, 2015 Jan 21, 2015

 

Growing global demand for food and the financial investors' interest in the agricultural sector have led to large-scale acquisitions, also known as "land grabbing", of farming land all over the world. .

The aim of the opinion is to take stock of the land grabbing phenomenon in the EU, and to discuss its extent and various causes. The document should explain the implications of this process for the environment, jobs, the local population, rural life and food security. It focuses on large-scale acquisitions of agricultural land (including the associated bodies of water), which should be seen as a natural resource.

As 2014 has been designated as the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) by the UN, the opinion will also contribute to the debate in this context.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Land grabbing in Europe/family farming

verabschiedet on 25/04/2017
Referenz: 
NAT/717-EESC-03013-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenartagung: 
530th -
Dez 06, 2017 Dez 07, 2017

This EESC opinion intends to look deeper into the merits and the consequences of the Commission's Action Plan for nature, people and the economy.

The Commission has developed an action plan to improve the implementation of the Nature Directives, their coherence with socio-economic objectives and engagement with national, regional and local authorities, stakeholders and citizens.

 

 

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: An Action Plan for nature, people and the economy

verabschiedet on 18/09/2012
Referenz: 
NAT/569-EESC-2012-1871
Plenartagung: 
483 -
Sep 18, 2012 Sep 19, 2012

EESC Opinion: Seeds/updating the names of a third country and of the authorities responsible for control of the production (Category C opinion)

04/11/2015

European industry needs an environment conducive to innovative activity. We must strengthen investment in innovation and foster business dynamism. Investment is needed not only in scientific R&D but also in areas that are becoming key features of corporate success, such as design, software, data, firm-specific skills and marketing. These are some of the ideas that emerged from the conference on the Reindustrialisation of Europe: Food Manufacturing, Innovation and Circular Economy, which took place on 27 October in Milan. The event was hosted by the Employers' Group, together with Coldiretti and Confindustria.

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