Commission plans to promote organic farming ‘not enough’, say Greens

A new European Commission action plan that aims to boost the uptake of organic farming has come under fire for failing to commit more funding for shifting farming practices away from conventional techniques.

by Simon Pickstone
Janusz Wojciechowski: “The organic Action Plan provides tools and ideas to accompany a balanced growth of the sector” (Photo by Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)
Janusz Wojciechowski: “The organic Action Plan provides tools and ideas to accompany a balanced growth of the sector” (Photo by Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)

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