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Worldwide News 2020.10.15.

Winners of the 2020 Natura 2000 Awards

Given the unique circumstances in 2020, the six winners of the 2020 Natura 2000 Awards were announced at an exclusive hybrid Ceremony, on 14 October 2020. The six winners include activities on Natura 2000 sites in Finland, France, Belgium, Spain, Bulgaria and a trans-boundary project involving sites in Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania.

Worldwide News 2019.11.18.

EU invests €240 million for nature, environment and climate action

This autumn more than 120 new projects will be funded under the LIFE programme for the Environment and Climate Action, helping Europe shift to a more sustainable and low-carbon future. Approximately €240 million will go to projects in the fields of nature and biodiversity, environment and resource efficiency, and climate action, mobilising additional investments in these areas.

Worldwide News 2017.03.30.

Alltech launches first biogas solution DIGEST P3

As fossil fuels deplete at astounding rates, biogas production is fast becoming an alternative source of economic and renewable energy. Alltech’s new product, DIGEST P3, improves the profitability of anaerobic digestion by optimising biogas productivity.

Worldwide News 2017.02.24.

New EU environmental standards for large poultry and pig farms

New standards on resources and emissions will help national authorities across the EU to lower the environmental impact of around 20 000 large poultry and pig farms. The new specifications stem from the review of the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document for the intensive rearing of poultry and pigs (IRPP), the so-called IRPP BREF, whose conclusions were published on 21 February 2017 in the Official Journal of the EU.

Worldwide News 2016.12.16.

Reports confirm the importance of the two specific CAP schemes to support Outermost Regions and Small Aegean Islands

The POSEI scheme in the EU outermost regions* is vital to address their particular agricultural challenges, notably in bridging the difference in costs and prices relative to mainland Europe and in maintaining agricultural production, according to a new report published today. Looking at the scheme from 2006-2014 – at a cost of € 653 million from the CAP in 2014 - the report highlights its importance in terms of employment, the local economy, environmental issues and territorial balance.

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