CEPF statement on biomass sustainability in ad-hoc informal meeting with Member States representatives on biomass sustainability on 23 January 2012.
The Forest Europe process has, for more than 20 years, been instrumental in fine-tuning the best ways of balancing the ecological, economic and social benefits provided by forests.
The EU Renewable Energy source directive (RES) imposes stretching renewables targets for 2020 across the EU.
The future CAP is supposed to address the economic, environmental and territorial challenges of the EU.
The Confederation of European Forest Owners welcomes the public debate of the CAP reform and wishes to participate on behalf of its 27 European member organisations in an adequate way.
The new CAP’s Rural Development Policy has to clearly aim at increasing the activities in and the development of the rural areas and not be focused on single agricultural farm payments any longer.
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