Do Good: Save Food! Educating future generations for a zero food waste world

MEP Biljana Borzan & MEP Angelique Delahaye Co-chair of the “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services” Working Group of the European Parliament (EP) Intergroup on “Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development” cordially invite you to the event Do Good: Save Food! Educating future generations for a zero food waste world Organized under …

The end of the European Organic Label?

Co-hosted by: Angélique Delahaye MEP Chair of the “Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services” working group of the EP Intergroup on “Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Sustainable Development” Marc Tarabella MEP Member of the EP Committee on “Agriculture and Rural Development” The rapid expansion of the organic agricultural sector and the outdated European …

Implementation of the agri-environment-climate measures: How is the CAP enhancing a sustainable agri-food sector?

Policy-makers, farmers, land owners, stakeholders, citizens, and scientists gathered in the European Parliament to discuss the implementation of agri-environment-climate measures, their contribution to a more sustainable farming sector as well as their trade-offs and limitations. Angélique Delahaye MEP and Chair of the “Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services” working group of the …

The Value of Biodiversity in the Agri-Food Chain

Key stakeholders in the agri-food chain were brought together by MEP Angélique Delahaye to discuss the importance of promoting biodiversity throughout the chain. This meeting was held as a follow-up to a previous working group event that took place in May, which tackled the topic of biodiversity in food production.  …

The Value of Biodiversity for Agriculture

Hosted by Angélique Delahaye MEP Chair of the “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services” working group of the EP Intergroup on “Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development” Biodiversity is a vital aspect of agriculture, as it is the origin of all species of crops and domesticated livestock. Biodiversity and agriculture are therefore …