Renew Europe invites you to join the seminar on the Future of the CAP taking place on Wednesday 7 June between 15:30 18:00. This is the fourth and final seminar in a series organised by Renew Europe to set out the liberal vision of the future of the Europe’s food and agriculture system. This last seminar will examine the future of the EU agricultural and food policy to see whether it is fit for purpose or a radical overhaul is needed.
The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is celebrating 65 years in 2023 and now is the good moment to take a hard look if this policy has managed to keep up with the changing conditions, in terms of not only climate, but also consumer expectations and environmental awareness. In addition, the European Green Deal introduces a completely new set of ambitious legislation that needs to align with the current agriculture and food policy in order to deliver on its basic promise – maintaining EU food security and providing farmers' livelihoods.
RENEW MEPs Ulrike Müller together with Irène Tolleret, Atidzhe Alieva-Veli, and Jérémy Decerle will thoroughly investigate the different issues that are at stake in this seminar, together with a panel of invited experts.
***Participants that need a VISITOR access badge to enter the European Parliament premises must register at the latest on 1st June
15.30 Welcome & introductory remarks
Mrs Ulrike Müller, Renew Europe MEP, AGRI coordinator
15.45-16.15 Key note speeches
• Prof Cramon-Taubadel, University of Gottingen (invited)
• Michael Scannell, former DDG AGRI (invited)
• David Baldock, IEEP (invited
16.15-16.45 Panel discussion - moderated by Renew Europe MEPs Atidzhe Alieva-Veli & Jérémy Decerle
- Anne-Catherine Dalcq, farmer and Vice-president of CEJA
- Ivelina Papazova, farmer, Dobrudzha Association of Grain Producers
17.00-17.25 Debate and Q&A - moderated by Renew Europe MEP Irène Tolleret
17:25-17.30 Conclusions by Renew Europe MEPs Ulrike Müller & Jérémy Decerle