EuroMeSCo releases the Policy Study on Agri-Food Cooperation
Towards a Renewed Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation on Sustainable Agri-Food Systems for Food Security in the Region addresses the vulnerabilities of the Mediterranean agri-food system exposed by the recent food and energy price spikes resulting from the war in Ukraine and their implications for human security in the region.
The study proposes a Euro-Mediterranean blueprint for sustainable agricultural and food systems with six pillars to foster resilience. It calls for enhanced regional cooperation, involvement of Southern Mediterranean countries in EU initiatives, increased climate funding, reengagement in regional trade negotiations, research and innovation partnerships, and the promotion of unifying narratives.
You can download the full Policy Study here.