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Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Spain)

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Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Spain)

The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Spanish: Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente or MAGRAMA, is a ministerial department of the Government of Spain. This department includes the tasks of the former Ministry of Environment and the former Ministry of Agriculture and Fishing. This Ministry has an important role on the policies against climate change and in favour of sustainable development.

The headquarters are in the Ministry of Agriculture Building, a emblematic nineteenth-century building located in Madrid, Spain.

List of Ministers of Agriculture

Ministers of Agriculture
Second Spanish Republic (1931–1939)
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