[Reportage] Reform vun Landwirtschaftssubsiden: Tilly Metz (Gréng) kritiséiert Procédure, Christophe Hansen (CSV) verteidegt Kompromëss

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, a gouf den 20. Oktober iwwerdroen. De ganze Beitrag kann een och hei lauschteren. An der Plenière vum Europaparlament dës Woch geet et haaptsächlech ëm d’Landwirtschaftspolitik. Virun allem ëm eng Reform vun de Subside fir d’Bauere steet am Mëttelpunkt, déi dofir suerge sollen dass d’Agrikultur méi ëmweltfrëndlech gëtt. Déi Allgemeng Agrarpolitik […]

Europe Looks Backwards On Agriculture, Endangers A Trade Deal With The U.S.

The EU’s new “Farm to Fork” strategy pines for nature-friendly farming that’s completely disconnected from reality. Most people look at a gluten-free, vegan, sugar-free, organic, non-GMO, palm oil-free candy being advertised in a store with bemusement. Yet in the United States, aisles in supermarkets, entire retail chains, are dedicated to these kinds of products, which […]

Mycotoxin contamination: why we need to take product safety seriously

As crop protection tools come under fire across Europe, there are impactful changes we can make to EU safety assessment of agriculture chemicals, that guarantee safe and affordable food for all. There are many countries that some Europeans will never visit, yet they eat food from these places every day. –For example, some readers will […]

[Policy Note] Illicit trade in Europe

Together with my colleague Luca Bertoletti at the Consumer Choice Center, I published the policy note “Illicit Trade is Dangerous for Consumers” just last month. I contributed content about the prevalence of illicit trade in the agriculture sector. You can find the entire paper HERE.

Quoted by AgriLand.ie

I was quoted by AgriLand.ie on the issue of a derogation for a COVID-19 GMO vaccine development procedure. You can read the full quote below, or you can visit the original source here.