On the 25th February 2020, the Danish Agriculture & Food Council, University of Copenhagen and The CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) will host an international event in Copenhagen entitled : “Transforming global food systems under climate change: Achieving zero emissions”.
The EU Climate Law proposal by the European Commission is ambitious. This is a good thing for both the climate and front runner countries such as Denmark. Higher common EU ambitions further a more level playing field for Danish farmers and cooperatives on the EU internal market.
Denmark has a population of 5,8 million inhabitants. However, the food production is high enough to feed 15 million people, a feature that shows the high productivity of the Danish agricultural production. Read more here about one of the world's most advanced food productions.
Ahead of the 20 May Farm to Fork strategy: The Members of the European Parliament, Jessica Polfjärd (EPP- Sweden), Nils Torvalds (Renew Europe – Finland) and Pernille Weiss (EPP – Denmark), and the farming organizations of Sweden, Finland and Denmark (LRF, MTK and DAFC) held an online seminar with the European Parliament to discuss the use of plant protection from a Nordic perspective on 22 April.