2nd Conference `Territorial cooperation for the provision of public goods in the context of the CAP Reform
From April 23 - 25 the second conference on the topic of territorial cooperation for the provision of public goods in the context of the new CAP was held in The Netherlands. Some 70 participants from 12 European countries gathered in Aldtsjerk, Friesland to discuss the creation of a European platform for exchange of knowledge and policy lobby.
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Launched in 2014, this collaborative initiative seeks to contribute to raise the visibility of the family/smallholder farming agenda among foundations,...
The Congress will be opened by a special session during the 05th that will be following by a series of workshops and events. Additionally, a full day field trip is planned.
One of our members, Boris Boincean, is kindly inviting you to attend the conference The role of agriculture in providing ecosystem and societal services.
Official project launch in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
European Network Territorial cooperation for the provision of public goods meeting in Brussels
Workshop on: "how innovative rural startups contribute to achieving the EU 2020 objectives" (Brussels)
'Can EU CAP it?' will be present at the International Green Week in Berlin (16-25 January) and host a workshop. Specific details about this event will be available soon.
The CAP Communication Networking Event will bring together different networks of communicators on agriculture and farming from across Europe. GdB will participate to communicate our 'Can EU CAP it?' Project.
Conference & Civil society gathering on GOOD FOOD and GOOD FARMING: “Renewing civil society’s agenda towards sustainable food and agriculture”
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'Can EU CAP it?' will be present at the Salon d'Agriculture in Paris (February 21-1 March) and host a seminar.
Free public debate in both English / Italian language as a part of the closing event for 'Can EU CAP it?' Project will take place in Rome.
Main point of the agenda is the replacement of Arie van den Brand (president) & Franco Sotte (vice-president), who will step down from the Board.
The FFA2015 will focus on how Europe can shape the future in agriculture and the environment through the sustainable development goals.
Special gathering related to CIVIC DIALOGUE for April 2015. Civic dialogue is a new concept...
IATP Event, 6 PM GMT
30/04 13:00 PM Free #webinar & Q&A with Alan Matthews Registration and more info at http://bit.ly/1IQMxiW #canEUCAPit #CAPreform
30/04 12:30 PM Free #webinar & Q&A with Franco Sotte
International Dialogue: Understanding, Learning and Innovating - The Agriculture and Food Systems Sustainability Challenge
18 - 19 May 2015 Palazzo Clerici, Milan, Italy