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Heikki Jokipii

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Vs: ”Nokitus” Ollilalle: se onkin sitten luomumaailma?
« Reply #60 on: 24.10.20 - klo:08:03 »
On yhä muistettu muistuttaa tästäkin (vihje tähän Annaleena Ylhäisen twiitistä):

How to feed 11 billion people?

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If the EU wants to fight global hunger, it needs to stop food elitism, writes the Consumer Choice Centre’s Fred Roeder
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Unfortunately, the current political narrative in one of the world’s wealthiest regions seems to ignore the challenges ahead of us and wants us to turn to less efficient farming. The European Union’s Farm to Fork (F2F) strategy sets out to create a more sustainable food system by the end of this decade. However, looking at the current proposals, it is worrisome that this new policy framework will achieve the opposite of sustainable farming and could lead not just Europe but the entire world to a food crisis with massive geopolitical ramifications.
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Nyt minulle jää jotenkin epäselväksi, minkälaisia linjauksia sieltä tuli ulos. Eivät ole selkeitä noiden kriitikoidenkaan vaatimukset.

Jotenkin epäselväksi asia jäi tämän Biodynaamisen Federaation julkilausumankin mukaan. Toisaalta siinä ollaan tyytymättömiä CAP-ratkaisuun:

Another failed vote on the CAP towards a sustainable future

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“Nothing changed for the future of food and farming policies. The agriculture ministers and the European Parliament simply decided to support the same farming systems as before, ignoring the fact that the ship is slowly but surely sinking“, states Christoph Simpfendörfer, General Secretary of the Biodynamic Federation – Demeter International. “Do we need to lose even more farmers and land areas, jeopardize our climate and environment even further, before taking some strong measures? This week´s political decisions are just a disaster for our nature, for the livelihood of farmers and rural areas”.


Mutta tähän oltiin siellä tyytyväisiä ja tämän mukaan jonkinnäköisen vahvistuksen komission ehdotuksille parlamentti antoi (lihav. HJ):

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In May this year the European Commission had nevertheless shown the way forward by publishing the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity strategies as part of the European Green Deal. Concrete solutions were advanced such as setting targets of 25% of land farmed organically or a 50% reduction in the use of pesticides. With these objectives in mind, the European Parliament did recommend the Member States to include measures for organic farming in their strategic plans. “A good step forward but unless there is a clear incentive to use funds to support these objectives, the possibility of seeing intention become reality is rather thin, even though citizens across Europe advocated for months that `public money should be used for public goods´ ”, argues Clara Behr, Head of Policy and Public Relations at the Federation.


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Mutta tällainen yllätys sitten tuli ulos tuosta em. maatalousministerien kokouksesta:

EU agriculture ministers back pro-organic Farm 2 Fork plan, but support gene editing to boost sustainable food production

Vaikka he siis tukivat sitä 25% luomutavoitetta, he sen lisäksi vaativat komissiota edistämään uutta geenitekniikkaa. Ja myös käsittelemään sitä koskevan lainsäädännön uudestaan.
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