Agriculture in Europe is facing many challenges today. In this context, the focus of the public and of governments is increasingly shifting to sustainability, climate protection and the conservation of biodiversity on farmland. As consumers become increasingly concerned about the conditions under which their food is produced, the need for action is growing. In politics, it is foreseeable that lawmakers will implement further measures to protect biodiversity on farmland in addition to those already in place. This may happen at the level of the registration process of plant protection products, as part of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), or as requirements for agricultural practices at the national level.
Successful adaptation to these changes and to future regulations will depend on the acquisition of basic knowledge and expertise today. This includes familiarization with agro-environmental measures, even if they are not yet mandatory, as well as their practical implementation and a systematic evaluation of their real value for biodiversity.
As a company with many years of experience in various topics related to biodiversity, we are well-positioned to provide our customers with the edge they need in this key area.