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It’s beautiful to spend your day in nature, I feel very lucky
September 5, 2018July 11, 2019
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It’s beautiful to spend your day in nature, I feel very lucky

Interview with Emanuela de Giorgio founder of The Veg Box at Villa Bologna As you stroll through your local supermarket during your weekly shop do you ever stop to consider where the produce comes from? You are faced with a plethora of different potato options, for example, which come from various corners of the world....

Farm to Kitchen
September 5, 2018March 4, 2019
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Farm to Kitchen

 Visit and Harvest at the Veg Box So you think you know where your food comes from? Have you ever thought of the impact of EU policy on the food you eat? Our new project by the name of ‘Citizen’s CAP’ is aimed at making you more aware of the most important EU policies concerning...

Farm Visit
September 5, 2018September 28, 2018
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Farm Visit

Vineyards and Organic Farming at Vincent’s Eco Farm Our second event for our new project is here, this time about Wine Making! Citizen’s CAP is all about making you more aware and engaged in the EU’s food policy. Please don’t look away yet if you read the word policy, we promise to make it is...

Agriculture in Malta
August 29, 2018September 28, 2018
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Agriculture in Malta

As part of the Citizen’s Cap Project, we are releasing a series of infographics on different aspects of agriculture in Malta. This infographic gives a general overview of what agriculture currently looks like locally. If you want to know more, check out our AgroKatina Report.  Illustrations of fruit and vegetables by Nadine Noko. This project...

What’s in season – August
August 8, 2018September 28, 2018
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What’s in season – August

Every month we feature a fruit or vegetable that is in season, along with a fun fact or recipe idea. We are currently working on a project, Citizen’s CAP, highlighting the importance of citizen involvement in agricultural policy to ensure healthy food and protection of our agricultural land. In a way, this is a continuation...

Future of CAP: EU policies on your plate
August 7, 2018September 28, 2018
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Future of CAP: EU policies on your plate

What the Common Agricultural Policy means for citizens of Europe The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the EU’s agricultural policy, is a behemoth of rules and regulations. It is one of the bloc’s largest (and oldest) policies, taking up to 41% of the EU’s budget in 2016. This may sound distant and technical, but it is...

What’s in season – July
July 8, 2018September 28, 2018
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What’s in season – July

Every month we feature a fruit or vegetable that is in season, along with a fun fact or recipe idea. We are currently working on a project, Citizen’s CAP, highlighting the importance of citizen involvement in agricultural policy to ensure healthy food and protection of our agricultural land. In a way, this is a continuation...

What’s in season – June
June 14, 2018September 28, 2018
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What’s in season – June

Every month we feature a fruit or vegetable that is in season, along with a fun fact or recipe idea. We are currently working on a project, Citizen’s CAP, highlighting the importance of citizen involvement in agricultural policy to ensure healthy food and protection of our agricultural land. In a way, this is a continuation...

Friends of the Earth Malta calls on political parties to safeguard our wellbeing
May 8, 2017April 10, 2018
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Friends of the Earth Malta calls on political parties to safeguard our wellbeing

Friends of the Earth Malta has been calling for environmental improvements since 1985 and, thirty years on we face much greater problems than we did then. While environmental awareness has increased, Malta faces a variety of environmental problems related to land use, waste, transport, agriculture, energy, the sea, and biodiversity. Malta has lost far too...

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