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Monday, 16 October 2017

European Parliament:

25 March: Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
26 March: Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

European Council:

27-28 March: EU Forest Directors Conference

European Commission:


27 March: The European Union kicks-off public debate on 2030 energy and climate framework
Proposals for modernisation of the trade mark system

ACP:

25 March : Special meeting of the Committee of Ambassadors  (Introduction of  members of the ACP Eminent Persons Group); Meeting of the Eminent Persons Group (closed session)
26 March: Special meeting of the ACP Council of Ministers
27-28 March: SEDT Department; 4th Steering Committee meeting for the ACP-EU Natural Disaster Facility Programme; AFHR Department

Other Bodies:
25-27 March : UN High level Panel on framework for a post-2015 development agenda

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CTA Brussels met with Talot Bertrand, Secretary General of PROMODEV shortly after the first Development Briefing in Haiti - "Agricultural resilience in the face of crisis and shocks” – which took place on 27 February 2013, to discuss the role of agriculture in building resilience, and possible solutions for easing the impact of natural disasters on small holder farmers.

A commemorative DVD marking the 30th edition of the Brussels Development Briefings has been released by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA).

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

An additional sum of €1,5 million will be made available by the EU for the victims of the Hurricane Sandy in the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, almost five months after the disaster devastated the Caribbean and North America, the European Commission has announced on 15 March.

You want to know more about the fish you are eating or going to buy? Is it maybe an endangered species? A new free mobile application - AppliFish offers basic information of over 550 marine species, helping consumers choose fish  that is not endangered.

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