Nel 2023 la Commissione UE finalizzerà la Nature Restoration Law con l’obiettivo di tutelare legalmente il suolo e azzerare il consumo netto entro il 2050. Foto: Gerd Altmann Creative Commons CC0 Public domain

EU ready to work on soil law: “Net consumption must go to zero by 2050”

The Commission has announced a European law for soil protection by 2023. Debora Fino (Re Soil): "An historic choice, now Member States can take a major step forward". Concerns over France and Germany's position
Between 2014 and 2020 climate mitigation resources allocated to the CAP have been wasted, the EU Court of Auditors reports. Photo: Euseson Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)Euseson Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)

EU CAP didn’t help to tackle climate change despite €100 bn in 7 years, Court of Auditors says

ECA Report: between 2014 and 2020, more than a quarter of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) resorces were allocated for climate change mitigation. But greenhouse gas emissions have not decreased
The European Commission is considering the introduction of a carbon market to reward climate-friendly agricultural practices. Photo: Markus Winkler Pixabay License Free for commercial use No attribution requiredMarkus Winkler Pixabay License Free for commercial use No attribution required

EU Commission wants to reward farmers for their climate-friendly practices

Commission looks at new reward schemes for climate-friendly and sustainable farming practices with five sectors involved