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Inquiry concluded, Report published
On Friday 1st June 2012, The Committee published its First Report of Session 2012-13, Greening the Common Agricultural Policy
In October 2011, the European Commission published a package of legislative proposals setting out a future Common Agricultural Policy. These proposals are being considered by the European Parliament and Council and are scheduled to come into force after 2013.
The focus of this inquiry was the European Commission’s proposals to ‘green’ the Common Agricultural Policy through a compulsory additional direct payment to farmers who follow certain agricultural practices deemed beneficial for the climate and the environment.
Committee calls on EU to give countries flexibility to protect their environment
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee takes evidence from Secretary of State
Professor Charles Godfray, University of Oxford to give evidence on Wednesday 14 December 2011 at 4.00pm
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee announce a new inquiry to examine EU proposals to ‘green’ the Common Agricultural Policy