The EU and the green sector
The EU is facing an increasing number of major choices and challenges. Our standpoint is that land and forests are resources that need to be used even more in order for us to create a society that is sustainable in the long-term.
Developments in the EU have major significance. There is a constant stream of EU decisions that affect businesses in Sweden.
LRF Brussels office
The LRF Brussels office was set up in 1989, long before Sweden became a member of the European Union.
The Brussels office plays an important role in obtaining information, and lobbying the Commission and other institutions as well as members of the European Parliament on matters important to farmers.
The LRF Brussels office can be reached at the following address:
Federation of Swedish Farmers
Rue de Trèves 61, 7th floor
Telephone +32 2 2800664
Nordic Forestry Owners
In the publication The EU and the green sector (pdf 1 MB), the position of the Federation of Swedish Farmers (LRF) regarding relevant issues affecting the EU and the green sector is presented.