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EU seeks to reset relationship with nature after COVID crisis
by Kate Abnett and Marine Strauss
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22 May 2020
On 22 May 2020 Reuters reported:
The European Union will step up efforts to make food production more sustainable and halt biodiversity loss, after the coronavirus pandemic has exposed the need for a healthier relationship between human activity and nature. The European Commission wants the EU's share of organic farming to reach 25 percent in 2030, up from 8 percent today, while 10 percent of agricultural land must comprise 'high diversity' landscapes, such as ponds and hedges.
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Other targets would cut chemical pesticide use by 50 percent and fertilizer use by 20 percent by 2030.
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