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Greens/EFA Round up

Greens/EFA priorities for the Brussels plenary included, seal products ban reinforced; keeping water as a basic right and public service; animal cloning and EU rules; the refugee crisis and Europe's chaotic response; the State of the Union debate.
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Cloning for farming purposes

The European Parliament's environment and food safety and agriculture committees today voted on draft EU legislation on the cloning of animals. The Greens welcomed the vote since they have always opposed to cloning of animals. Read the reasons why
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EFA MEP backs ban on cloned animals in food

The European Parliament has today approved a draft EU law which would ban cloning farm animals and food derived from them and their descendants, including imports. The ban was supported by Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans who voted in favour of the legislation. Although no cloning for food production cur...
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Cloned animals in food

The European Parliament today voted on draft EU legislation on the cloning of animals. The Greens welcomed the vote, which would introduce a comprehensive ban on cloning, and on the placing on the market of food from clones and their descendants. After the vote, Green food safety spokesperson Bart S...
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Dairy sector crisis

EU agriculture ministers are set to meet in Council on Monday to discuss the ongoing crisis in the dairy sector. Commenting ahead of the Council, Green agriculture spokesperson Molly Scott Cato said: "It was inevitable that we would be again facing a crisis in the dairy sector. In the absence o...
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Food culture

Food is essential. We need it for our lives, health and well being. Good food is political. Join us in our fight for increased public awareness, personal engagement and participative democracy in determining and improving food policies throughout Europe.
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Prospects for the EU dairy sector

The EU's milk quota regime ended on 31 March 2015 after 30 years of production limits for milk farmers and dairy processing industries.
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Infographic - Cloning for farming purposes

Infographics explaining why the Greens want a ban on cloning of animals for food. Available in English, French, German and Dutch.
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Cloned animals in food

The European Parliament's environment and food safety and agriculture committees today voted on draft EU legislation on the cloning of animals. The Greens welcomed the vote, which would introduce a comprehensive ban on cloning, and on the placing on the market of food from clones and their descendan...