EU, Policy and Regulation

EU urged not to greenwash agriculture

Soyabean harvesting in Argentina
Researchers in the US claim that global food consumption could add nearly 1C of warming by 2100. (Photo: Diego Giudice/Bloomberg)

A group of 25 environmental NGOs have written to the European Commission urging it not to label intensive agriculture and industrial livestock production as sustainable under the EU taxonomy. The European Commission must ensure its forthcoming delegated act setting out which agricultural activities can be considered sustainable under the EU ...

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