European Action Plan

IFOAM Organics Europe: a new organic action plan to reach 25% organic land in Europe by 2030

IFOAM Organics Europe has prepared a new document that lists the European organic movement’s key priorities to boost both organic demand and production through the European Action Plan for organic farming. In the organization view, a coherent combination of push and pull measures is necessary to reach the target of 25% organic land in the EU by 2030, as put forward in the EU’s Farm to Fork and Biodiversity strategies. The priorities are ten:

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IFOAM Organics Europe: ten priorities for the new EU Organic Action Plan to reach 25% organic land in Europe by 2030

The European Commission is set to publish the next European Organic Action Plan (OAP) at the beginning of 2021. A comprehensive and well-designed European OAP could contribute to the development of the organic sector. A coherent combination of push and pull measures is necessary to reach the target of 25% organic land in the EU by 2030, as put forward in the EU’s Farm to Fork and Biodiversity strategies.

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IFOAM Organics Europe: the suggestions for the new Organic Action plan

The Commission is set to publish the next European organic action plan at the beginning of next year and has therefore launched a public consultation for stakeholders and the public to give their input on the next European organic action plan. Stakeholders can provide feedback to the public consultation via a questionnaire and by attaching a document at the end of it. Indeed, a comprehensive and well-designed organic action plan could contribute to the development of the organic sector.

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