European commission green deal presentation

Green deal 2020

The strategic planning work being developed by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food is being done on the basis of the CAP reform proposal presented by the European Commission in June 2018, which is made up of the following documents:

These proposals are intended to make the CAP more responsive to present and future challenges, such as climate change or generational changeover, while continuing to support European farmers to achieve a sustainable and competitive agricultural sector.

The European Green Pact (Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions COM(2019) 640 final), presented on December 11, 2019.

It is the European Commission’s roadmap for making the EU economy sustainable, transforming climate and environmental challenges into opportunities. It states that the CAP National Strategic Plans should fully reflect the ambition of this Green Deal.

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It is intended for teachers of Primary Education, ESO and Baccalaureate, although it is open to all persons interested in Heritage Education. Registration is free and will open on June 28, 2021.

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Registration for the EU Research and Innovation Days 2021 (R&I Days 2021), which will take place June 23-24, has begun: EU Research and Innovation Days 2021.

Organized by DG RTD, the 2021 R&I Days 2021 includes a policy conference with more than 60 high-level discussions, round tables and opportunities to connect with other researchers, innovators, policy makers and citizens. In parallel, a thematic village, dedicated to the new program, will offer detailed information and material, as well as opportunities to discuss, interact and engage in topical debates around Horizon Europe and its components.

What is green deal

The workshop began with a general introduction on the European Green Deal and then opened three specific rooms according to the preferences previously expressed by the participants: the first on biodiversity, the second on depopulation and environment and the third on sustainable agriculture.

The students had the opportunity to raise all their doubts, reflect on their role within the Green Pact and finally launch their proposals with the advice of experts, which were collected in a final document prepared by the European Commission.

From Europe Direct Cáceres we appreciate the great reception of the event and the wide participation that demonstrated the concerns and knowledge that young university students have about this area.

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Eu green deal agriculture

The need to create a livable global environment that respects and preserves biodiversity is driving initiatives such as the European Green Deal, with an integrative vocation under the umbrella of sustainable and inclusive development. The aim of this agreement is to implement a series of measures to address climate and environmental challenges.

The European Green Pact, presented on December 11, 2019 by the European Commission, includes pollution control measures, social policies and actions against climate change, sustainability laws, reduction of gas emissions, energy efficiency, circular economy and green economy. It also includes actions aimed at the strategic growth of the European Union based on the development of different environmental policies.

As stated in the Commission’s communiqué, this pact also aims to preserve, maintain and improve the EU’s natural capital, as well as to protect the health and well-being of citizens from environmental risks and effects. But it goes further, because it emphasizes that this transition must be fair and inclusive, giving priority to the human dimension.