5. 9. 2014
Ministers of Agriculture at extraordinary meeting about the Russian ban on imports of EU agricultural productsBrussels, 5 September 2014 – During an extraordinary meeting at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council, which was attended by Slovenian Minister of Agriculture and the Environment, Mr Dejan Židan, EU agriculture ministers debated the Russian ban on imports of EU agricultural products as the only item of the agenda.Minister Židan presented the position of Slovenia that a joint respons... More »
22. 8. 2014Maribor, 22nd August 2014 – On the margins of the 52nd AGRA, International Fair of Agriculture and Food, which will take place in Gornja Radgona from 22nd to 28th August, Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment organised a ministerial conference, entitled “Protection of Honeybees in Europe”. The purpose of conference, attended also by the Minister of Agriculture and the Environment Dejan Židan, MSc, was to discuss the importance of bees and beek...
19. 8. 2014Ljubljana, 19th August 2014 – Next week, from 26th to 29th August, the 14th congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) will take place at GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre. The main theme of the event is “Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies”.The participants will discuss the challenges of the European food system and present the opportunities for stabilizing s... More »
International Year of Family Farming
The International Year of Family Farming 2014 is an initiative promoted by the World Rural Forum and supported by over 360 civil society and farmers’ organizations. This worldwide celebration, declared by the United Nations General Assembly, aims to become a tool to stimulate active policies for sustainable development of agricultural systems based farmer families, communal units, indigenous groups, cooperatives and fishing families.
All this work is being made from the perspective of effectively combating poverty and hunger and the search for a rural development based on the respect for environment and biodiversity.
Natura 2000 is a comprehensive ecological network of areas designated by the European Union member states. Wild plants and animals and their habitats that are rare or endangered in Europe require protection. The main objective of the network is to conserve valuable biodiversity for future generations.