4 edition of Agri-environmental policy in the European Union found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-280).
|Statement||edited by Henry Buller, Geoff A. Wilson, Andreas Höll.|
|Series||Perspectives on Europe.|
|Contributions||Buller, Henry., Wilson, G. A. 1961-, Höll, Andreas.|
|LC Classifications||S589.76.E85 A37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||291 p. : 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||99076158|
This title was first published in This volume provides a detailed examination of agri-environmental policy within ten European states. Individual chapters consider the agricultural and environmental policy contexts within each state and examine the range and significance of agri-environmental policy proposed in addition to their spatial and territorial impact, their policy-making. European Union (EU) agri-environmental programmes (AEPs) represent a significant step in the region’s efforts to decouple agricultural output from production and export subsidies. While AEPs comprise only a small share of EU agricultural support, they have two possible external impacts: 1) the composition of the EU’s.
The Modalities of Interest Representation at the EU level: COPA and the Agri-Environmental Regulation National Modalities of Agri-Environmental Policy-Making in the United Kingdom Concordance Systems, Multi-Level Governance, and the Negotiation of the Agri-Environmental Regulation in the EU's Council of Ministers Towards a greener and more sustainable Europe. EU citizens benefit from some of the highest environmental standards in the world. The EU and national governments have set clear objectives to guide European environment policy until and a vision beyond that, of where to be by , with the support of dedicated research programmes, legislation and funding.
environmental policies in the European Union KATRIN OLTMER, PETER NIJKAMP, RAYMOND FLORAX Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands FLOOR BROUWER Agricultural Economic Research Institute, The Netherlands Summary This paper applies an ANOVA-type of meta-analysis to the evaluation of agri-environmental policy in the European Union. In book: Agri-environmental policy in the European Union, Chapter: 8, Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Limited. of the European Union employ the highest share of the public budget allocated to.
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Individual chapters consider the agricultural and environmental policy contexts within each state and examine the range and significance of agri-environmental policy proposed in addition to their spatial and territorial impact, their policy-making implications and their consequences for the structures, institutions and actors of national farming policy both across and within national by: Individual chapters consider the agricultural and environmental policy contexts within each state and examine the range and significance of agri-environmental policy proposed in addition to their spatial and territorial impact, their policy-making implications and their consequences for the structures, institutions and actors of national farming policy both across and within national borders.
Denmark: implementation of new agri-environmental policy based on Regulation By Erling Andersen, Anita Henningsen, Jørgen Primdahl Danish landscapes have been largely Agri-environmental policy in the European Union book either by glacial processes or, in the northern parts of the country, by subsequent natural uplift.
Today, these landscapes are essentially given over to by: Agri-environmental policy in the European Union. [Henry Buller; G A Wilson; Andreas Höll;] -- "This volume provides a detailed examination of agri-environmental policy within ten European states.
Individual chapters consider the agricultural and environmental policy contexts within each state. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Introduction - the emergence of RegulationHenry Buller, et al; France - farm production and rural product as key factors influencing agri-environmental policy, Henry Buller and Helene Brives; Denmark - implementation of new agri-environmental policy based on RegulationErling.
In this valuable and highly topical book, the authors demonstrate how economics and ecology can play a critical role in maintaining and sustaining this relationship.
The book identifies the dilemmas facing European agriculture and explores their economic and ecological consequences. Buy Agri-environmental Policy in the European Union by Buller, Henry, Wilson, Geoff A, Holl, Andrea online on at best prices. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Henry Buller.
Abstract and Keywords Although agri-environmental programs have a long history in the United States and the European Union, such programs began to play a larger role in federal farm policies in the s, in part due to greater concern about environmental damage from agricultural production.
The European Approach to Agri-environmental Programs The European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has been at the heart of the European Community since its inception in the chaos and food insecurity of post-war Europe (Judt, ). It has been seen as a guarantee of productivity and also as a common thread joining different nations together.
The main policy documents which refer to integration of environmental objectives in agriculture are the Agriculture Rural Development Plan (ARDP)the current ARDPthe National. The Handbook for Gross Nutrient Balances sets out the main principles of the agreed methodology for the estimation of the agri-environmental indicators gross nitrogen balance and gross phosphorus balance.
The Handbook does not include details for the transmission of the data. Eurostat/OECD Nutrients budgets Handbook. Abstract Agri-environmental policies (AEPs) in the United States and the European Union are examples of payments for environmental services that pay farmers to reduce the negative externalities of agricultural production, while serving as a means to transfer public funds to farmers.
The direction which EU agri-environmental policy has taken indicates that in parts of Europe, land is perceived to attain its highest environmental value when used for farming. For example, where farming is unprofitable, a significant fraction of EU agri-environmental payments is targeted at limiting land abandonment (Baldock et al., ).
Task 6: Characterisation of data collection - processing - reporting for agri-environmental policies in Member States of the European Union; Irena project, Project title: Indicator reporting on the integration of environmental concerns into agricultural policy.
This article on mineral fertiliser consumption in the EU is part of a set of similar fact sheets, providing a comprehensive picture of the integration of environmental concerns into the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Mineral fertilisers, such as nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), are widely used in agriculture to optimise production.
Since the early s, the development of agri-environmental policy in the Central and Eastern European Countries has had to respond to the needs arising from the legacies of communist regimes and to the challenges of complying with the EU environmental us assessments of agri-environmental problems in the region have focused almost exclusively on problems stemming.
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The Modalities of European Union Governance: New Institutionalist Explanations of Agri-Environment Policy (Oxford Geographical and Environmental. Agri-environment policy was introduced in the European Union (EU) in the mids under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in response to agricultural surpluses and declining environmental standards.
They are implemented in all 27 Member States, incurring some €24 billion expenditure over the period – Schemes offer voluntary environmental contracts to farmers who accept.
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This volume provides a detailed examination of agri-environmental policy within ten European states. Individual chapters consider the agricultural and environmental contexts within each state and examine the range and significance of agri-environmental policy proposed in addition to their spatial and territorial impact, their policy making implications and their consequences for the structures.
The common agriculture policy (CAP) has three clear environmental goals, each of which are echoed in the European Green Deal and Farm to Fork strategy: tackling climate change; protecting natural resources; enhancing biodiversity.Agri-environmental Policies Agriculture is the largest user of land and water resources in the US and the impact of farming on the environment has been well documented.
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