EU Commission wants to relax agri-environmental rules

In view of rising global food prices and impending shortages, environmental rules for farmers are to be relaxed in the EU. This is intended to increase food production, the EU Commission announced on Friday. Specifically, the authority proposed to grant exemptions for one year for so-called crop rotation rules and set-aside of arable land.

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