Green CAP project
The panel discussions were organised as a participatory workshop, facilitated by Prospex and with content support and reporting contributions by the Stockholm Environment Institute. The expert panel outcomes are summarised in a highlights report.
Apart from the expert panel outcomes, the project has built on analyses by EEA and JRC (in particular the FATE project , SOER 2010 and HNV farmland analyses, a discussion paper for the , and a background study by the Stockholm Environment Institute.
- Invited experts: Ariel Brunner (Birdlife international, Belgium), Henriette Christensen (Pesticide Action Network Europe, Denmark), Claire Collyer (Country Land and Business Association. United Kingdom), Sanne van den Dungen (Environmental Protection and Encouragement Agency, Germany), Koen Overmars (PBL, The Netherlands), Nat Page (Fundatia Adept, Romania), Laszlo Podmanizcky (Svent Istvan University, Hungary), Andrea Povellato (National Institute of Agricultural Economics, Italy), Jaroslav Pražan (Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, Czech Republic), Tanja Runge (COPA-COGECA, Germany), Peter Smeets (WUR, The Netherlands), Vyara Stefanova (ENFCP, Bulgaria), Jean‑Michel Terres (JRC, Italy), Mark Thomasin-Foster (European Landowners Organisation, United Kingdom)
- Facilitators: Marc Gramberger and Martin Watson (Prospex, Belgium)
- Content support and reporting: Marcus Carson, Neil Powell and Kim Andersson (SEI, Sweden), Tommaso Chiamparino (Prospex, Belgium)
CAP reform: challenges and solutions
The videos below consist of short interviews recorded during the workshop with some panelists where they present their own personal views. These views cannot be attributed to the EEA or to the expert panel as a collective.
For references, please go to www.eea.europa.eu/soer or scan the QR code.
This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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