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Only 4% correctly estimate that world food production must increase 60% by 2050

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Study: Consumers underestimate severity of global food challenge

 
ECPA welcomes European Parliament decision
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European Parliament vote on glyphosate

 
$286 million and 11 years of research and development to ensure the highest safety and efficacy standards
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Cost of Crop Protection Innovation Increases to $286 Million per Product

 

Seminar sees European Parliament address benefits of conservation agriculture

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Making sustainable agriculture real

 

Major event organised jointly by Politico and ECPA

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ECPA stresses science should underpin not undermine innovation

 

Europol support 12-day international operation including 350 inspections at major ports and airports in seven countries

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Huge seizure of 190 tonnes of counterfeit pesticides

 

Industry calls for policies that promote, rather than stifle innovation

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Facts versus feelings on food security

 

Leading EU agriculture and food industries repeat call for innovation to be considered at every stage of legislative process

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EU industry calls for innovation in agriculture

 

Introducing new generation of crop protection measures that integrates all elements of the farming process to protect health and environment

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The integrated approach: feeding a growing world sustainably

 

Meet Graeme Taylor, ECPA’s new Director of Public Affairs

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Graeme Taylor - new Director of Public Affairs

 

Agri-Food Chain Coalition presents “Food for Thought: a vision for unlocking the potential of agriculture and food industries in the EU” to Agriculture Commissioner, Phil Hogan

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EU agri-food sector associations call for policy support for innovation

 

Agri-Food Chain Roundtable for Plant Protection presents their concerns on the competitiveness of the entire agri-food chain and the supply of high quality products for European consumers

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Our favourite fruits, vegetables, nuts and many more are at risk

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Graeme Taylor
Director of Public Affairs