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Rotterdam hosts world's first eco-friendly 'floating farm'
It houses 40 cows and doesn't need human personnel to process the milk.
Macron speaks about global corporate tax rate in visit to Ireland
The OECD's global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% and Afghanistan were on the agenda during Emmanuel Macron's visit.
EU eco-agriculture reforms are 'not worth it', say Belgian farmers
Brussels has introduced eco-schemes as part of its Common Agricultural Policy reform, in order to support and incentivise farmers to undertake practices beneficial for the climate, biodiversity, and the environment.
EU reforms to common agricultural policy branded 'greenwashing'
Even European Commission Vice-President Timmermans admitted that the reforms - which took three and a half years to put into place - did not go far enough.
EU agriculture reform pits farmers against environmentalists
The EU's Common Agricultural Policy represents the largest slice of the EU budget, and is currently subject to fierce battles between farmers and environmentalists as the bloc seeks to reform its policy. Striking a balance between protecting livelihoods and nature is proving tricky.
EU ministers agree on 'starting point' on common agricultural policy
Critics have said that the policy does not go far enough to promote environmental changes in agriculture.
Explainer: What is the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy?
The EU has long been criticised for the generous subsidies it gives to its farmers. How is the money doled out, and how might the scheme be about to change?
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EU considers introduction of 'meat tax' to fight climate change
A Dutch NGO is in Brussels today trying to convince lawmakers to increase the price of beef, chicken and pork. It's a proposal that won't be to everybody's taste..
Where's the money? Farming subsidy exposure creates stir in EP
An article in the New York Times has sparked a stir for the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture. According to the report, the European Union's agricultural subsidies are not reaching their intended destination, but rather populist politicians and their business circles.
The EU should help spirits tourism and rural communities thrive ǀ View
Not only do small distillers generate local jobs and revenue, they are increasingly a huge draw for tourists looking to experience the unique craft and heritage of Europe’s spirit sector.
Dairy farmers call for a fair price for milk
This demonstration is to mark the 10 year anniversary of a protest which saw Belgian dairy farmers spray 3 million litres of milk over the very same field they're in now. Farmers want to see quotas set to boost prices.
What's in the historic EU-Mercosur free-trade deal? | Euronews Answers
After two decades of negotiations, the EU and South American bloc Mercosur announced they reached a "historic" agreement on a free-trade treaty on Friday. What's in the historic deal and what are its critics' concerns?
How animal health is the forgotten factor in producing affordable, safe food for Europe ǀ View
Animal protein is particularly important in developing countries where undernutrition is high, but widespread access to affordable and safe meat, fish, milk and eggs in Europe has also contributed to our nutrition security – and our freedom to choose a diverse diet.
Poland's moo-d lifted after free-roaming cows saved from execution
Free-roaming cows in Poland, whose intended slaughter had sparked a national outcry, have secured a last-minute reprieve.
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Road Trip Day 42: Austrian farmers on EU regulations and the future of agriculture
One of the biggest issues for rural voters in the European Union elections is the future of the Common Agriculture Policy. The Commission has proposed a significant cut in farm spending to use scarce financial resources to tackle new challenges like security.
It's time the EU helped all farmers - not just the richest ones | View
Farmers in the Baltic states are paid the least in farming subsidies, despite needing the most financial support. It's time the EU acted and redressed the inbalance between the richer member states and those in most need of the EU's help.
No, Australian farmers have nothing to fear from new EU rules | View
New EU rules on antibiotics use in herds are designed to make it a level playing field for all farmers - not just those in Europe.
EU Agriculture proposals a 'greenwash'
EU agriculture ministers flocked to an informal meeting in Sofia earlier this week where they talked about modernising and simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy. But their proposals have left a sour taste in some people's mouths.
EU defends proposal to cut farm subsidies
3.8 per cent reduction is not a "massacre", says EU Commission President Juncker
Brexit brings opportunity for UK fishing boom: report
If the UK switches to sustainable fishing, it could increase its catch by almost 30% over the next decade, according to new research.
The EU's future budget: plugging the Brexit hole
EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger presented some of the proposals for the future long-term budget.
Sheep take to the streets in France as farmers protest wolf protection
Farmers blame wolves for livestock deaths and want more hunting rights
Bad news for bees
Three-quarters of the honey produced around the world contains nerve agent pesticides that can harm bees and pose a potential health hazard to humans.
Beware the food barons: view
Despite criticism, the industrial-agriculture sector has taken virtually no steps to improve quality and sustainability or promote social justice
EP rejects possible GM food bans
MEPs on Wednesday rejected a draft law that would have allowed countries to ban certain GM food and animal feed even if the produce was authorized by
Farmers' suicides: the rising human cost of the EU's agriculture crisis
French farmers are committing suicide on an almost daily basis, largely due to financial pressures arising from a crisis in agriculture. The problem