Wolves, CAP plans, agri-trademarks

Episode 80 January 14, 2022 00:27:07
Wolves, CAP plans, agri-trademarks
Agrifood Brief
Wolves, CAP plans, agri-trademarks
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Show Notes

Welcome back! For our first podcast of 2022, EURACTIV’s agrifood news team brings you up to speed with where we’re at on the CAP national strategic plans, we discuss tensions between wolves and EU farmers with the help of Dutch ecologist and wolf expert Glenn Lelieveld and we explore why upcoming changes in geographical indications have sparked some controversy.

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