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Pesticides: a threat to public health? France's toxic debate
France plans to introduce buffer zones between crops fields and residential areas, to comply with EU rules. The debate has become toxic in many parts of the country, where tensions run high between residents worried about their health, and farmers concerned about their future.
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.
Are edible flowers a solution for the struggling floriculture sector?
The ANTEA project studies 40 edible flowers in an initiative financed by the EU Cohesion Policy
The Brief: CAP controversy
The European Commission had to defend itself and its CAP policies from criticism after the New York Times gave details about how oligarchs in Central Europe use EU funds for their circles.
Decline of insects in Germany is 'frightening', scientists warn
Insect biomass in the forest the scientists studied decreased by approximately 40% since 2008 and the situation is "even more alarming" in grasslands where it has decreased to only one-third of its former level.
Why the EU growing its own soybeans could prevent fires in Amazon
Every year, 33 million tonnes of soybeans are imported into the Old Continent, mostly from Brazil and the United States.
The Brief: Commission hearings - score card
Could do better: two commission candidates failed to impress MEPs - the Home Affairs nominee and the Pole tipped to lead Agriculture policy, They will face further questions. And we profile the Belgian candidate for the justice portfolio - whose political pedigree puts him in good stead.
Watch: Meet the British furniture farmers fighting deforestation
Guiding the shoots and grafting branches allows the chair to grow fully formed and is a sustainable alternative to the carbon-heavy process of cutting down trees to make furniture.
The Brief: Climate Change threatens the future of crops
With the production of major crops expected to be down by 50% in the next 30 years due to climate change, lawmakers and environmental activists are searching for ways to protect the future of agriculture.
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.
Climate change to push food prices higher in Europe, report warns
Projections using a high-end emission scenario estimate that yields of crops like wheat, corn and sugar beet could decrease by up to 50% in southern Europe by 2050.
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.
EU 'offers to provide aid' to Irish farmers in case of no-deal Brexit
Following concerns brought up by Irish farmers, the EU has offered to provide financial support in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Disco soup served up to Agriculture ministers
EU Agriculture Ministers have been treated to a Disco Soup - a culinary and musical protest outside the Council in Brussels. Environmentalists are aiming to draw attention to the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy, and are calling for it to be fair, green and healthy.
'Mutagenesis' plant breeding technique comes under GMO rules
Europe's top court decision is blow for biotech industry and a victory for environmental campaigners
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.
Brief from Brussels: Planned farm subsidies are not a "massacre", says EU Commission chief
Brief from Brussels: The EU defends its plan to reduce agriculture subsidies, as the bloc is struggling to fill the gap in the budget following
Brief from Brussels: Brexit 'decisive step' and farmer protest
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The Brexit negotiators strike agreement on transition terms; and Belgian farmers roll into Brussels with
Brief from Brussels: EU ministers mull farming policy reforms
In this edition of the Brief, mounting concerns over future of Common Agricultural Policy, as EU ministers mull reforms; and Hungarian PM Viktor
EU Commission authorises use of glyphosate for another five years
The European Union has approved the use of weed-killer glyphosate for the next five years after a heated debate over whether it causes cancer.
EU eyes Africa trade boost
EU and African leaders will meet in Ivory Coast this week. Their aim, they say, is to boost trade links between both continents, especially in the
Monsanto's Roundup faces European politics
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EU officials mull response to egg scandal
EU agriculture ministers discuss egg scandal
The EU and Poland is the 'marriage' heading for the divorce courts
Thousands of Polish women have protested against the politics of the populist right-wing government in Warsaw.
EU's Oettinger warns of Brexit-shaped Brussels budget hold
Richer countries will have to cough up more cash when Britain leaves the EU, according to a top German politician.
Climate change is good news for England's wine industry
England's wine industry is booming. Climate expert Alistair Nesbitt's research helps both the winegrower and global climate science.