Greenwashing the Common Agricultural Policy

The newly reformed European Common Agricultural Policy includes compulsory greening measures, linked to the direct farm subsidies rather than being voluntary. 

This should have been a good change, further protecting farmed ecosystems across Europe and the important services they provide. Our analysis, published today in Science, explains why it is not. 

Will banning neonicotinoids save pollinators?

Lynn Dicks provides some background information and references to support her World View article, published this week in Nature.

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