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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Council of the EU:
27-28 May: Foreign Affairs Council
27 May: Informal Meeting of Ministers for Agriculture

European Parliament:
28-29 May: Committee on International Trade
Committee on Development; Subcommittee on Human Rights
29-30 May: Committee on Foreign Affairs
29-30 May: Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
29-30 May: Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
29-30 May: Committee on Fisheries

28 May: Steering Committee on Sustainable Development
29 May: ARIAL Steering Committee


28 May: Launch of the Montpellier Report on Sustainable Intensification

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In the context of the cooperation between CILSS and the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), the expert on communication and information from AGRHYMET, Papa Oumar Dieye, is working at the CTA Brussels for two weeks.

Wine producers in Europe may need to change the type of grapes they cultivate or the location of vineyards, even moving production to other areas in some cases. This is just one example of how Europe’s economy and society need to adapt to climate change, as examined in a new report ‘Adaptation in Europe’  from the European Environment Agency (EEA).

An April seminar on the “Evaluation of the European Union’s support to private sector development in third countries” showed that much more needs to be done to maximise the impact of EU money on the ground, since linkages between EU support to private sector development and poverty reduction and job creation remain very distant.

Pascal Lamy, the World Trade Organisation’s chief said in Nairobi on 22 May that leading European economies should look at developing and low income countries as the new globe’s economic growth engine.

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