The new Common Agricultural Policy can deliver food security, but not alongside wider benefits says Gareth Edward-Jones.

Gareth Edward-Jones

Just after Easter I gave my first public talk about the forthcoming reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that is due to be introduced in 2013. 

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