Steve is a food and agricultural correspondent at IEG Policy.
He is based in Brussels, Belgium, and specialises in a range of topics including EU agri-food trade and agro-environmental policy, sustainability, agrifood business and different issues facing EU farming sectors.
He has also worked as a sustainability consultant for international businesses, NGOs and government organisations operating in the agrifood sector.
Steve has an MA in Journalism and an MSc in Business Sustainability from the University College Dublin’s Smurfit Executive Development School.
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The Spanish government has announced that most workers in the agri-food sector are not eligible for recoverable paid leave during the coronavirus pandemic because they are considered an element of an essential service.
The agri-food sector has been included in guidelines to ensure free movement of critical workers in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The CAP has raised member states’ awareness in protecting biodiversity but it has not done enough to achieve positive results on the ground, a long-awaited EU study has revealed.
The European People’s Party (EPP) has called for another delay to the Farm to Fork (F2F) Strategy because of the coronavirus pandemic, which green groups have criticised as being reckless.
EU agriculture ministers are working on a new list of measures aimed at helping the bloc's farmers cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Different environmental groups have raised concerns that the European Green Deal is at risk of being left behind because of new financial measures designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, arguing that both can be addressed at the same time.