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As part of the Common Agricultural Policy, the European Union spent 100 billion Euros to combat climate change between 2014 and 2020. But these funds, which make up half of the entire EU budget earmarked for the fight against climate change, have not led to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
With its "farm to table" strategy, the European Commission aims to reduce the use of pesticides and fertilisers and at the same time increase organic production by 2030. But how?
Organic food consumption has increased by more than 80% in seven years. To meet the demand, European countries are devoting more land to organic farming. What environmental impact does it have?
Romania has emerged as one of the targets of dairy farmers' protests in Sardinia. But the figures show that Romanian exports are not to blame for the sheep milk crisis.
Ten years after the soaring food prices of 2007, what is the state of world agricultural markets?
Mediapart dug into newly released data from the French Agency for Biodiversity to understand where pesticides end up in France at a local level.
How are agricultural policies evolving in Europe?
The oceans occupy more than 70% of the Earth's surface and abound in extremely diverse ecosystems. The Protected Planet website covers more than 15,000 marine protected areas around the world.
How has animal production in Europe evolved over the past several decades?
The European Drought Observatory gathers and publishes data and maps on past, current and forecasted drought phenomena in Europe.