Agriculture and Fishing in the E.U. Cathal Sheehan. Map of Europe. Agriculture Policy.
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The policy that helps control agriculture in the E.U is known as the common agricultural policy it ensures that European food production goes hand in hand with rural communities and action on environmental challenges such as climate change and water management.
The E.U agricultural policy was first defined in the treaty of Rome in 1957.The common Agricultural policy was launched in 1962 and the first common EEC policy implemented. There aims were to ensure a fair standard of living for the Agricultural population and to stabilise markets.
The E.U has fisheries partnership agreements with non EU countries and negotiates within regional and international fisheries organisations to ensure that waters all over the world are managed properly and not overfished.
Worldwide, demand for fish and other aquatic products is increasing: EU aquaculture can help meet this demand. Today, a quarter of the tonnage of fish and seafood produced in the EU already comes from fish farms and other forms of aquaculture.