Sicurezza dell'approvvigionamento alimentare

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  • The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) aims to lay the groundwork for a post-2027 common agricultural policy (CAP) that is resilient and sustainable and meets the needs of both farmers and society. The Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU has tasked the EESC with formulating an opinion on how to achieve strategic autonomy and sustainable food production.The opinion adopted at its January plenary session.

  • In the opinion, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

    • welcomes the communication from the European Commission regarding the fertiliser crisis and its impact on European farmers (higher costs), consumers (food price inflation) and industry workers;
    • calls for both short-term and longer-term measures to limit the EU's dependence on imported mineral fertilisers, reduce the environmental impact of crop fertilisation and improve the functioning of the EU fertiliser market;
    • welcomes the establishment of a new fertiliser market observatory in 2023 to ensure transparency in the EU fertiliser market;


  • Su richiesta della presidenza francese del Consiglio, il Comitato economico e sociale europeo (CESE) individua, nel parere su Sicurezza alimentare e sistemi alimentari sostenibili adottato nella sessione plenaria del 19 gennaio, i fattori chiave affinché l'UE produca alimenti in maniera sostenibile e competitiva, sia meno dipendente dalle importazioni e disponga nel contempo di una maggiore autonomia proteica.

  • The Exploratory opinion on "More sustainable food systems" (Rapporteur: Mindaugas Maciulevičius), requested by the Netherlands presidency of the EU, was adopted by the EESC at its plenary session on 26 May 2016. The opinion calls for the development of a comprehensive food policy in the EU and for an ...

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    From agricultural to food policy – Towards healthy and sustainable production and consumption - 21 April 2016, The Hague

    Farmers, consumers, academics and policy-maker were among the wide range of participants at a Group III 'Various Interests" European Economic and Social Committee event in the Netherlands to examine the future of food production and consumption.

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