European hunters are aware that the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a crucial support mechanism for agriculture and rural areas in Europe. However, the current CAP has a significant negative impact on the environment, biodiversity and the poor status of many huntable and non-huntable species in agricultural landscapes.
Most small game populations have dramatically decreased due to intense agricultural practices (dramatic loss of quality habitat and food, with poor insect abundance) and the utilisation of unsustainable agricultural production methods.
This conference will discuss how the next CAP can recover small game populations in Europe and showcase simple solutions to promote biodiversity.
WHEN: Tuesday, 04 September 2018, 17:30 – 19:30
WHERE: European Parliament, Brussels, Room JAN 6Q2
INTERPRETATION: EN – DE – FR
MEETING POINT FOR ACCREDITATION
Due to increased security in Brussels, participants are requested to arrive 45 minutes in advance – 16h45 – at the Simone Veil Entrance (in front of Place du Luxembourg), Altiero Spinelli building, European Parliament, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels.
Participants will be requested to show their ID.
Advanced confirmation of your participation is required by the 27 August 2018, specifying your name, surname, date of birth, nationality, ID document.
Member of the European Parliament
President of the Intergroup “Biodiversity, Hunting, Countryside”
DG Agriculture and Rural Development
Head Scientific Division of CIC
BoKu Wien University
Senior Head of Policy