Alessandro Mancosu is IEG Policy’s Brussels correspondent, specialising in EU agri-food policy and related EU topics.
He has previously written about competition policy, as well as working in marketing for an asset management company. Alessandro has also done an internship as an information assistant at the European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Department.
Born in Sardinia, Italy, Aleesandro is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with a good knowledge of German. He has a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the King’s College London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the London School of Journalism.
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The EU is being left behind by the rest of the world when it comes to scientific research in the agriculture sector and "badly needs" a more positive approach to gene editing in order to catch up, according to Paolo De Castro, vice chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (ComAgri).
Italian MEP Paolo De Castro is a vice-chair of the European Parliament’s Committee of Agriculture and Rural Development, a former Italian agriculture minister and has also served as professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Bologna.
The European Parliament plenary has urged EU member states to better enforce existing rules on protecting transported animals and sanction all offenders.
Small-scale palm oil producers are not independent from large-scale palm oil plantations and cannot guarantee they are not responsible for deforestation, EU farmers have said.
EU agriculture policy diary: the week ahead (February 18-22): FAO candidate, EU-US trade talks, Food Safety Congress
Next week will see a host of activities at the European Parliament and several events taking place in Brussels and elsewhere.
The European Parliament plenary has urged member states to better enforce existing rules on protecting transported animals and sanction all offenders.