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Hungary And Poland Play ‘Who Blinks First?’ With EU – Analysis

Hungary and Poland have plunged Europe into another untimely crisis by vetoing the budget as they look to water down the rule-of-law mechanism governing the distribution of EU funds. By Edit Inotai and Claudia Ciobanu Hungary and Poland blocked the €1.82 trillion budget-and-recovery package during a meeting of EU ambassadors (COREPER) on …

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Better Than Money? In-Kind Payments Incentivize Farmers To Conserve Agrobiodiversity

What if you received a new mattress in exchange for planting diverse crops? It may sound unusual, but tangible non-monetary incentives – anything from fertilizer to furniture – may hold significant potential in encouraging farmers to conserve their local agrobiodiversity, which includes a suite of increasingly rare crops and varieties …

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