With this in mind, the common agricultural policy (CAP) combines social, economic, and environmental approaches on the path towards achieving a sustainable system of agriculture in the EU.
The CAP supports rural communities and facilitates the essential roles that agriculture and forestry play in wider society.
The CAP sets out to tackle climate change, protect natural resources and enhance biodiversity in the EU.
A European Green Deal
The CAP sets out to safeguard biodiversity through sustainable farming practices.
The CAP ensures that soil, water and air are managed responsibly across the EU.
This mission will lead the transition towards healthier soils in the EU.
Making the EU food supply chain from farm to fork more sustainable: for a fair, healthy and environmentally friendly food system.
The plans will allow EU countries to address their specific agricultural needs and deliver results relating to EU objectives under the new CAP.
Support for farming practices that contribute to EU environmental and climate goals.