In June 2018, the European Commission unveiled its much-awaited plans for the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
In light of the Brexit and the emergence of new priorities such as security and immigration, the Commission proposed a 5% cut in CAP funding, triggering a strong reaction from EU farmers and the environmental community.
Can these proposals guarantee European farmers’ fragile income and simultaneously help the EU deliver its climate change objectives?
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