Europe faces climate, environmental and demographic challenges, as well as human and public health challenges. Between 1993 and 2007, the number of farms and the labor force decreased by 22% in Europe, in favor of ever larger structures.  Under the effect of market liberalization, declared socio-psychological distress is increasing. Indeed, mental and physical health is closely linked to the economic, social and political environment.
This state of the agricultural situation is different according to the national particularities encountered in each country.
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