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|02 December 2010|
After the Commission's communication presented on the 17th of November on the future CAP, the consultation will be again opened for stakeholders to put forward their ideas and solutions. OPERA continues its series of open debates with the fourth edition of Roundtable of Stakeholders on CAP Reform organized with the support of the Delegation in Brussels of Regione Lombardia. The 4th Roundtable of Stakeholders on the Reform of the CAP has taken place on the 2nd of December 2010 in Brussels. Imagining European agriculture after 2013 Reform, taking into consideration to this day preliminary remarks, it looks like we are aiming for a sustainable and more competitive one, a multifunctional activity aiming at harmonizing apparently contrasting challenges. Natural resources and food production on one side and sustainability and economic aspects on the other, have to be considered with a bipolar but complementary approach in order to build a balanced and effective CAP. Research and innovation technology will be essential to help and assist farmers during the shift from the conventional agriculture to a new shaped and competitive one.
The issue this time was "Integrating public goods in CAP - the role of rural development measures” and Mrs. Loretta Dormal-Marino, Deputy Director General DG AGRI, European Commission, set the scene for our debate on the possible avenues to be explored within the CAP