A highly topical topic
In two days, Tuesday 6 June 20230 at 20.30, the Federcaccia Regionale del Veneto is organizing a videoconference aimed at managers and members of the steering committees of the territorial hunting areas and the Alpine compartments on the opportunities new Pac. As is well known, this acronym identifies the Common Agricultural Policy, an agreement launched way back in 1962 between agriculture and society, between Europe and its farmers. To consolidate the role of European agriculture in the future, the CAP has evolved over the years to adapt to changing economic circumstances and the needs and requirements of citizens.
What does the Common Agricultural Policy aim at?
The objectives of the CAP are:
support farmers and improve agricultural productivity by ensuring a stable supply of affordable food
protect farmers in the European Union so that they can have a reasonable standard of living
help tackle climate change and sustainable management of natural resources
preserve rural areas and landscapes across the EU
keep the rural economy alive by promoting employment in agriculture, agri-food industries and associated sectors.
In the case of the FIDC Veneto videoconference, various topics will be discussed, in particular the related funding aimed at environmental improvements. Dr. Miche Bottazzo of the Faunistic and Agro-Environmental Studies and Research Office of Federcaccia and a technician from Coldiretti (source: FIDC) will report on the subject.