The state government is apparently serious with your "big package for the protection of species and agriculture," the Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) last week. This Tuesday, the Cabinet is discussing measures that go beyond the people's desire for diversity of species. The state government wants to expand the Organic production annually by 60 000 hectares, with more funding provided. In addition, information on compensatory measures for farmers in buffer strips and biotopes are planned according to the SZ.
Söder, Minister of agriculture, Michaela Kaniber (CSU) and Minister for the environment, Thorsten Glauber (Free voters) want to present up to 40 points, with the black-and-orange coalition, the people's initiative wants to flank. "Accept, improve, reconcile" - Söder had referred to his strategy. Last week, CSU and the Free voters had approved the referendum, the issue is "improve". Especially farmers, who had felt unjustly pilloried, and parallel to the design of the desire supported.
young farmers should be encouraged to facilitate the Acquisition of Holdings. Thus, the government wants to counter the shutdown of farms. Also at schools and in state institutions should change something. Half of all food used in public canteens should be organic and locally produced. The canteens should set an example for consumers. Also the state Build it is to go organic, such as through the greening of roof surfaces and nest boxes on new buildings.
students are allowed to adjust to a new teaching subject, with the working title "Everyday skills and life economy". At what schools the subject is taught, is still open. Minister of culture Michael Piazolo (FW) to develop appropriate plans. The catalogue of measures of the Cabinet of Ministers to the parliamentary groups, also from the groups and the participants of the round table further proposals are expected. Alois glück, the Moderator of the round table, has been announced for the end of April, concrete results. The first reading in the Parliament is for 8. Is scheduled for may.