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The CAP could, and should, be primarily to assist EU agriculture to become more internationally competitive and sustainable and to achieve this by innovation. It already has many instruments to do this, and the reforms could further assist. However the resources deployed could be far better used.
What is the relationship between the management of agricultural land and biodiversity? To what extent are the EU’s biodiversity goals addressed through the CAP?
IEEP workshop on 6 March brought together a range of stakeholders to discuss possible environmental benefits through Ecological Focus Areas.
This paper sets out the key issues and questions that need to be considered for the establishment of a Sustainable Production Agenda for Europe and explores the implications of these issues for the development ...
MEACAP: The Convention on Biodiversity and its Potential Implications for the Agricultural Sector in Europe
This paper introduces the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and aims at presenting commitments of the Parties to the Convention, which relate to agricultural activities and resources ...
Europe's Rural Futures: The Nature of Rural Development II, Rural Development in an Enlarging European Union
A study on the planning and implementation of rural development programmes under the Rural Development Regulation and SAPARD, drawing on eight national reports and a European Round table. ...