Environmental campaigners say the CAP reform will not deliver what was promised.
That really is the question that the EU and G8 face, Oxfam and ActionAid argue.
Irish government says if no deal is struck in June, reform could be delayed for years.
On 6 February, the European Parliament used its newly-gained co-decision powers to vote overwhelmingly in favour of an ambitious reform of the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy, reversing 30 years of failed EU [...]
The Commission proposal would only allow sharks to be landed with their fins attached.
Ten years ago, at the time of the last Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) reform, the vast majority of Europe's fish stocks were dramatically overfished, falling outside safe biological limits.
Discards to be banned from 2015.
Jerzy Plewa – the European Commission's director-general for agriculture
British Liberal MEP Chris Davies returned last week to one of his pet subjects – the subject of pets.
Report claims that Fipronil, produced by German chemical company BASF, poses a “high acute risk to honeybees when used as a seed treatment for maize.”
Proposal was "not formulated in such a way as to assemble widespread support".
Aficionados of Croatian wine should stock up now, while trade is still permitted.
Concessions avert collapse of talks.
Southern member states relent on controversial topic of discards of unwanted fish
CFP reform could be delayed by several years.
Green groups upset at Italian MEP.
Proposal comes after horsemeat scandal exposed limited EU powers
MEPs voice concern over uncompromising position of member states.
Germany changes position, delivering a majority in support of the Commission's proposed ban on neonicotinoids.
Fisheries issues might be the poor relation of environmental campaigns, but Pew's European marine programme has plenty of support, says Uta Bellion
European Commission urged to add South Korea to the blacklist.
Irish government to update member states on state of CAP reform negotiations.
Member states want ban to apply in 2017, two years later than the date set by the Parliament and Commission.
Two recent European meetings have discussed solutions to the challenges of the world's food and resource shortage.
Scepticism over Commission's proposal to limit the amount of biofuel made from food crops.
Negotiations over changes to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will begin on 11 April.
MEPs on the European Parliament's fisheries committee are trying to delay a vote on new restrictions on deep-sea fishing, possibly until the next Parliament.
All but two member states support Council's negotiating position.
Agriculture ministers attempt to reach an agreement on greening and payment convergence