Discussions aimed at defining the post-2013 Common Agricultural Policy will be opening this November. The CAP – the leading, oldest and most integrated of existing Community agricultural policies – is a symbol of European construction. The issue of market regulation in a liberalised world is one of the topics on the agenda. Yet the CAP is also facing a turning point in which the sustainability and adaptation of its practices will need to meet the environmental and health-related expectations of society.
24 pages, 3 € | November 2010 | ISBN : 978-2-917613-76-4Lire en Français