The Future of Organic Farming and Agroecology in Europe: The Role of Regions

Main Topics:
  • Elaborating schemes for the development of organic farming and agroecology management in Europe
  • Role of stakeholders in the process
  • New European Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) measures/objectives and governance impact on the environment
  • How to involve regions and local stakeholders in the CAP orientation
  • Identify the different levers and obstacles for developing organic farming at a regional & European level
  • Analyze the evolution of the European Common Agriculture Policy
Expected Outcomes:
  • Exchange on the future CAP and priorities at the regional level
  • Provide a clearer picture of the involvement of regional authorities and stakeholders in defining the CAP interventions within their strategic plans and on requirements to make sure that local needs are taken into account
  • Have a better understanding of the priorities of different regions across Europe
  • Identify the strategies in place and how to achieve them by making the best use of the new European policy framework
  • Introduction by Brittany’s President: perspectives for the development of organic farming in Brittany
  • Short presentations by EU Commission / EU Parliament / IFOAM EU representatives
  • Panel discussion with the FrenchMinistry of Agriculture, Region Bretagne, IFOAM OE, EU Parliament
Key Info

This Pre-Conference has been cancelled by the organisers.

Léna Brisset
IFOAM Organics Europe


Target Audiences:
Regional actors from across the EU involved in the CAP strategic plans
Organic farmers
Federations & beneficiaries of the CAP subsidies
Worldwide actors interested to hear about organic Farming, agroecology and the role of regions in the European Common Agriculture Policy

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