Nature conservation package: agriculture and forestry see red

The European Commission aims to advance the implementation of its biodiversity and farm-to-fork strategies with a regulation on the use of pesticides and a law to restore nature. The proposals are intended to help prevent the collapse of ecosystems and ensure food security, the agency announced Wednesday. Food security in particular, however, will be severely jeopardized by the plans, agriculture representatives criticize.

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