The EU Biodiversity Strategy and the EU Farm to Fork Strategy.
Global challenges, such as climate change and loss of biodiversity, pose a threat to Europe and the rest of the world. To meet these challenges, Europe needs urgent actions.
The European Green Deal is a new strategy for sustainable EU economy, which aims to transform the EU into a fair and prospering society living in a modern, resource-saving and competitive economy, which is supposed to become climate neutral in 2050.
This vision, in turn, was translated into the most concrete goals in the following two strategies, extremely important for agriculture, namely the Farm to Fork Strategy and the Biodiversity Strategy.
The EU ‘biodiversity’ strategy was created on the basis of the EU Birds Directive, the Habitats Directive and the Natura 2000 Network of Protected Areas, extending the scope thereof.
The EU Farm to Fork Strategy is to support the transformation towards a sustainable food system.
The strategies set forth ambitious goals and commitments up to 2030, which will help the EU build healthy and resistant ecosystems and create a sustainable food responsibility chain.
These two strategies crucial for agriculture are linked to the CAP, outlining the goals to be achieved in 2030: