AIC policy work falls into two main categories, environmental policy and external policy, covering a range of issues from future farming, innovation and productivity to agri-climate and food chain sustainability. Jane Salter Head of Policy, Environmental works with Andrew Pearson Policy Manager.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have published some guidance for those organisations, businesses and individuals who hold a .eu domain.
BR20-013 AIC Update Webinar : 3 July 2020
You are invited to an AIC Zoom webinar. When: Friday 10th July 2020 09:00 room opens, Starts 09:15, End 10:00
G20-091 TASCC CPC On Line Courses: 30 June 2020
AIC are pleased to announced KIWA will be carrying out TASCC Driver CPC Courses on line, see attached flyer for details of dates and how to join.
AIC has a website dedicated to Brexit providing a wide range of useful information, including regular briefings, meeting reports, sector priorities and links to information from other organisations and stakeholders.
Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)
Future UK agricultural policy outside of the EU is being set in place through the UK Agriculture Bill, which is currently going through Parliament.
Over the next 40 years, the global food system will have to feed more people with less impact. This will mean providing a higher quality diet whilst dealing with greater competition for land, water and energy and the economic and political pressures of globalisation as the climate changes.
Championing the Farmed Environment (CFE)
Championing the Farmed Environment (CFE) encourages farmers and land managers across England to protect and enhance the environmental value of farmland, through environmental measures that sit alongside productive agriculture.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Training and skills development (Continuing Professional Development or CPD) and its contribution towards sustainable growth, the economy and wider society are high on both the agricultural industry and government agenda.
Water Framework Directive
AIC has a well-established active role in helping to reduce the pressure of agricultural nutrients (nitrate and phosphorus) and crop protection products on the water environment.