Report Looks at How Europeans View AgricultureApril 8, 2010
- An overall preference for the European level to manage agricultural issues, particularly environmental protection, securing food supply, and ensuring that agricultural products are of good quality, healthy and safe.
- A high level of public agreement that farmers should be encouraged to produce more organic products, contribute to the production of renewable energy, and take advantage of progress in biotechnology.
- About half of respondents think that agriculture has already made a major contribution in fighting climate change. Nonetheless, further action is still needed.
Download the document at http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/eb_special_en.htm#336.
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