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School gardening takes root in Kenyan refugee settlementSchool gardening takes root in Kenyan refugee settlement.


MEPs back plans to reform EU agriculture

MEPs in committee voted Monday and Tuesday on farm policy reform plans including rules for direct payments and rural development and the common market organisation in agricultural products after 2020.


State aid ceiling for EU farmers raised to EUR 25K

The maximum aid Member States can give to their farmers without need for prior EU approval will rise from EUR 15,000 to EUR 25,000, the Commission announced Friday, to allow greater flexibility, especially in times of crisis.


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EU lifts Thailand's 'yellow card' for illegal fishing      

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The European Commission removed Thailand off the list of "warned countries" Tuesday, in recognition of what it says is its progress in tackling illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing.

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Parliament and Council agree drastic cuts to plastic pollution of environment      

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Single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery, straws and cotton buds, will be banned in the EU under plans provisionally agreed between Parliament and Council.

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EU agrees single-use plastics ban to reduce marine litter      

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Provisional plans to ban single-use plastics, agreed Wednesday by the EU institutions, target products most often found on beaches such as plates, cutlery, straws and cotton buds, and abandoned fishing gear.

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Ministers agree Black Sea fish quotas for 2019      

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Bulgarian and Romanian fishermen will be able to continue fishing at the same levels as in 2018, following EU agreement on 2019 catch quotas for the commercially most important fish stocks in the Black Sea.

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EU agrees 2019 fish quotas for Atlantic and North Sea      

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After intense negotiations, EU fisheries ministers reached agreement in the early hours of Wednesday morning on the 2019 catch limits for the main commercial fish stocks in the Atlantic and North Sea.

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Legislators sign off on major reform of EU electricity market      

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EU legislators agreed Wednesday to new electricity market rules to better integrate renewable energy, help consumers switch energy providers and end state subsidies to the most polluting coal power plants.

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Being climate-smart in agriculture      

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The reports are out and the message is clear: we all need to make decisions with the climate in mind.

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Ministers agree Black Sea fish quotas for 2019      

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Bulgarian and Romanian fishermen will be able to continue fishing at the same levels as in 2018, following EU agreement on 2019 catch quotas for the commercially most important fish stocks in the Black Sea.

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