Do you agree that the CAP needs a fundamental rethink?

Then join us now! 

We need Europe’s leaders to understand that rising numbers of organisations and individuals from very diverse sectors and communities want fundamental changes to this policy. It is crucial to highlight that there is broad support for reform as it concerns all of us!

What you or your organisation can do:

1. Sign up your organisation as a supporter of our vision by filling in the form below. By doing so, you grant us the right to add your logo to the list of organisations engaged to reform the CAP.  See disclaimer below the form.

2. Contribute to this website by sending us your evidence or opinions demonstrating why the CAP needs to be reformed for the benefit of people and for the environment. This can be position papers, guidelines on filling out the public consultation, testimonials, statements or short videos conveying your thoughts on why change is needed. We reserve the right not to publish material which is not in line with our vision.

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The Living Land campaign was established to support a wide coalition of diverse organisations and individuals who agree that the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is broken and must be fixed. By joining us at Living Land, you agree to provide your organisation’s logo with the exclusive aim of showing your organisation’s support for the need to reform the CAP and the principles as outlined in our vision.  

Your logo will be displayed on this website, and will only be used to show the support for the Living Land vision. Your logo will not be used for any other purpose without prior written authorisation. Unless otherwise instructed, logos will remain on the website for the duration of the campaign. Permission for your logo’s use may be withdrawn at any time based on a written request. The use of the logo does not convey endorsement or approval of anything other than the need for reform of the CAP and the Living Land vision statement. Its use does not convey endorsement of any of the additional positions or statements of any of the other associated organisations which may be visible on or made available through this website