Understanding the EU Farm to Fork Strategy and Its Implications for U.S. Agriculture
April 27, 2021
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Understanding the EU Farm to Fork Strategy and Its Implications for U.S. Agriculture took place via Zoom on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. CT.
The EU Farm to Fork Strategy is at the heart of the European Green Deal and its ambitious agenda to make Europe the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. With a series of policy recommendations focused on creating a sustainable food system from end to end, this strategy will have ripple effects throughout the food and agricultural value chain not just in Europe, but around the world.
What does this mean for global food security and agricultural trade, and what might the implications be for U.S. agriculture specifically? Listen to our panel of experts to advance your understanding of these policies and their potential impacts:
Chairman, Bryant Christie Inc.
Farm Foundation Trade Advisory Committee Member
Director – Strategy, Simplification and Policy Analysis, Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Commission
Director of Public Affairs, CropLife Europe
Director, Slow Food Europe
Senior Economist, USDA Economic Research Service
Agricultural Economist, USDA Economic Research Service
Haniotis, Hardacre and Messa provided commentary and analysis of the European agricultural policy agenda. Beckman and Ivanic, co-authors of the report, “Economic and Food Security Impacts of Agricultural Input Reduction Under the European Union Green Deal’s Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies,” discussed their recent analysis and provided context to understand the impact to the U.S.
Farmers, ranchers, government officials and staff, industry representatives, food and agribusiness leaders, NGO representatives, academics, researchers, students in agricultural disciplines and members of the media are all encouraged to view the Forum.
View the Slide Deck
Access slides from the session by clicking here. Please note that not all presenters shared slides, and not all slides are available for download as some of the content is awaiting formal publication. For the most complete understanding of the content of the Forum, please view the recording.