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Record number 367106
Title After the common agricultural policy : towards an EU policy for sustainable food and rural environment : discussion paper
Author(s) Terwan, P.; Weijden, W.J. van der; Kuneman, G.; Schröder, R.R.G.
Source Culemborg : CLM - 18
Department(s) Landscape Centre
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - voedselproductie - biodiversiteit - landschap - plattelandsomgeving - landbouwhervorming - verandering - beleid inzake voedsel - landbouwbeleid - europese unie - toekomst - cap - sustainability - food production - biodiversity - landscape - rural environment - agrarian reform - change - food policy - agricultural policy - european union - future
Categories Agricultural Policy
Abstract The Centre for Agriculture and Environment, Paul Terwan Consultancy and Alterra are running a short project on the longer term future of food production, landscape and biodiversity and the implications for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). This project included the following activities: an analysis of international developments relevant to the CAP; an inventory of opinions on the future CAP, from literature and by (telephone) interviews with European stakeholders and a round table discussion with Dutch experts. This position paper summarises the results of these activities. It consists of three parts: A. The State of the Art, B. Elements for future policies, C. A concluding summary
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