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Aviz adoptat on 26/05/2016
Referințe: 
NAT/677-EESC-2016-0232
Sesiune plenară: 
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May 25, 2016 May 26, 2016

In the past few years, civil society has been increasingly concerned about the environmental and social impact of food production and consumption. At the request of the Dutch EU Presidency, the EESC is preparing an exploratory opinion on how to achieve sustainable food systems in a resource-constrained world. The opinion takes a holistic and comprehensive approach, looking at the interdependence of food production and consumption as well as fostering inter-sectoral cooperation.

EESC opinion: EESC Opinion: More sustainable food systems

Aviz adoptat on 21/01/2015
Referințe: 
NAT/638-EESC-2014-05123-00-00-ac-tra
Sesiune plenară: 
504 -
Ian 21, 2015 Ian 22, 2015

The EESC considers the abolition of the milk quota system from 31 March 2015, as decided in 2008, to be a fundamental change. Since the introduction of this comprehensive method of guiding production on 1 April 1984, it has over time become increasingly clear that dairy prices and farmers' incomes have not been sufficiently effectively supported and stabilised and that dairy production in the EU has decreased, while rising significantly worldwide.

The EESC argues that EU dairy policy after expiry of the milk quota system, i.e. post-2015, must not only allow for growth and expansion but should also be obligated to avoid abandonment of dairying and to provide support for smaller farmers especially in disadvantaged areas and mountainous regions .

EESC opinion: Expiry of the milk-quota system

Aviz adoptat on 22/04/2015
Referințe: 
NAT/655-EESC-2014-06932-00-00-ac-tra
Sesiune plenară: 
507 -
Apr 22, 2015 Apr 23, 2015

The Committee has received a request for an exploratory opinion from the incoming Latvian Presidency, which recommended to look at the following aspects in regard to the agricultural and forestry sectors: rural development, social aspects, regional contribution and the potential in achieving objectives and the "self-sufficiency" of the EU in the fields of food and renewable energy. A holistic assessment and approach is required in order to facilitate the reduction of GHG emissions without hampering the sustainable development and competitiveness of the EU.

EESC opinion: Implications of climate and energy policy on agricultural and forestry sectors

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