"It is not always visible from the city's perspective how many changes can take place in the countryside." Particularly necessary is the preparation of the Polish political elite for the debate on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The share of agriculture and rural areas in the Polish economy is particularly high compared to other EU countries. It requires and expects significant economic and social changes. The CAP is a tool that can determine the effectiveness of economic and civilization processes in agriculture.
Poland needs large funds for systemic changes in agriculture, apart from matters related to the autonomy in shaping national and regional support programs. This applies to ownership issues, consolidation of agricultural land, social systems (e.g. KRUS reform), innovation and technology, and challenges associated with reducing the negative impact of agriculture on the environment.