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14 February 2011
The contribution of OPERA to the second consultation process of the European Commission on the future of the CAP
The objective of the events is to create a platform where stakeholders at European level can exchange, in an informal environment, opinions and presentation of possible solutions for the reform of the CAP.
07 February 2011
Multifunctional Landscapes - Why good field margin management is important and how it can be achieved
This paper aims to show that it is feasible and practical to balance biodiversity conservation and protect resources on the farm, alongside competitive farming practices, which will deliver a secure and sustainable food supply for Europe and help to feed a growing world population. In particular, field margins, and other rural landscape features, can make a significant contribution to the achievement of these outcomes.
02 February 2011
Bio purification systems-Why on-farm water management is important and how it can be achieved
The OPERA publication "Bio purification systems- Why on-farm Water Management is important and how can it be achieved" offers practical information on how to implement at farm level a simple system for reducing potential risks of point sources contamination from the in-site area where the PPPs are disposed and handled.
27 January 2011
Indicators and Quantitative Targets to meet the objectives of the Sustainable Use Directive
During 2010, OPERA has dedicated the activity of an expert working group to develop a pragmatic reccomendation for the selection of risk indicators and target which would constitute the basis for the elaboration of the National Action Plans  for the Directive on sustainable use of pesticide.
05 January 2011
Vision on the future of the CAP- Contributions to the consultation process on Common Agricultural Policy after 2013.
In the process of the reforming the CAP, OPERA has considerd useful to be part of the discussions by providing an informal enviromnent for debate, communication and exchange on information and ideas on important topics of the policy; providing conceptual bridging solutions between agriculture, health and environmental concerns to be included in the CAP; delivering and disseminating policy papers and studies on certain ipmortant topics in the discussion on the reform of the CAP
12 November 2010
4th Roundtable of Stakeholders on the reform of the CAP

"Integrating public goods in CAP - the role of rural development measures"


10 September 2010
Colloquium on Sustainable Use of Pesticide Directive: Impact, Opportunity, Problems - OPERA Reflections on the outcome of the conference.
This colloquium is taking place during the 6th European Conference on Pesticides and related organic pollutants and the 12th Symposium on Chemistry and fate of modern pesticides (05th – 10th September 2010).
20 July 2010
Highlights of the Commission conference: “Common Agricultural Policy after 2013”
OPERA Research Centre was invited to participate to the debate and workshop activities of the Conference on CAP after 2013 organized by the European Commission.
16 June 2010
The contribution of OPERA to the first public consultation process of the European Commission on the future of the CAP
The objective of the events is to create a platform where stakeholders at European level can exchange, in an informal environment, opinions and presentation of possible solutions for the reform of the CAP.

11 June 2010
3rd Roundtable of Stakeholders on the reform of the CAP - Outcome of the meeting
The Roundtable of Stakeholders on CAP Reform reached its third edition
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