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Record number 521149
Title Agricultural policy objectives on productivity, climate change adaptation and mitigation : policy assessment for the Netherlands
Author(s) Polman, Nico; Michels, Rolf; Boonstra, Carla; Theune, Elmar; Venema, Gabe; Reinhard, Stijn; Velden, Nico van der; Silvis, Huib; Vrolijk, Maarten
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research memorandum 2017-045) - 33
Department(s) LEI Green Economy and Landuse
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
LEI Performance and Impact Agrosectors
LR - Veehouderij en omgeving
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) agricultural policy - climatic change - netherlands - landbouwbeleid - klimaatverandering - nederland
Categories Agricultural Policy
Abstract This paper offers a systematic overview of policies that may cause synergies and trade-offs between
agricultural policy objectives on productivity, climate change adaptation and mitigation for the
Netherlands. Implementation of the climate policy is to a large extent based on voluntary agreements
with the private sector, but supported by regulations, subsidies, tax incentives, emissions trade,
extension services and demonstration projects. Synergies between objectives are exploited through
policy different programmes including public private partnerships (PPP) at different institutional levels.
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