(PRWEB) September 6, 2010
As an introduction to this cutting edge event, which over 150 decision-making Agricultural professionals are set to attend, AgriYield 2010 in conjunction with two of its supporting associations (Copa Cogeca and Fertilizers Europe) has announced these precedent-setting reports on European Agriculture. With information on prospective policy decisions, farmers’ rights and climate change which will be invaluable to any Agribusiness professional with an interest in European Agriculture.
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- COPA-COGECA POSITION PAPERS: ‘The Future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2013’ and ‘Promoting Farmers and Agri-Cooperatives Position in the Food Chain’.
In its’ first position paper on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2013, Copa-Cogeca emphasises the vital economic role EU farmers play in producing food for 500 million consumers in Europe. The paper covers:
•Direct payments to farmers under the CAP after 2013.
•Faced with increasing market volatility, the future CAP must ensure that markets function better.
•New tools to deal with market volatility such as contracts, safety nets and risk insurance.
•Reinforcing farmers’ position in the food chain.
•Concentrating supply via the development of producer organisations, especially cooperatives.
- FERTILIZERS EUROPE ANNUAL REPORT: ‘Feeding the World and Combatting Climate Change’
Fertilizers Europe is the single largest representative of mineral fertilizer manufacturers in Europe, they communicate with a broad range of legislators, experts and individual members of the public seeking information on fertilizer technology, as well as a diversity of topics relating to today’s environmental, safety and economic challenges. The fertilizer has a vital role in feeding the world. Without mineral fertilizers human life is unsustainable.
It is with this mission statement in mind that the Fertilizers Europe annual report aims to educate the public on important changes within agriculture that relate directly to combating climate change, enhancing efficiency and ensuring that crops achieve maximum yields.
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These important reports reflect some of the important issues that will be discussed at November’s high-profile summit. With presentations from the likes of Syngenta, Monsanto, Cargill, the FAO, Trigon Agri and Landkom AgriYield 2010: The Central & Eastern European Agricultural Yield & Input Optimisation Summit aims to give operators the tools to optimise their agricultural inputs to maximise yield, efficiency, sustainability and investment.
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