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Record number 486327
Title An economics assessment of GHG mitigation policy options for EU agriculture
Author(s) Doorslaer, B. van; Witzke, P.; Huck, I.; Weiss, F.; Fellmann, T.; Salputra, G.; Jansson, T.; Drabik, D.; Leip, A.
Source Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union (JRC technical reports JC 3434) - ISBN 9789279454165
DOI https://doi.org/10.2791/180800
Department(s) Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy
WASS
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) europees parlement - europees fonds voor regionale ontwikkeling - landbouwbeleid - mitigatie - landbouwkundig onderzoek - emissiereductie - agrarische economie - european parliament - european regional development fund - agricultural policy - mitigation - agricultural research - emission reduction - agricultural economics
Categories Agriculture in Europe
Abstract The report presents an overview of the historical and projected development of agricultural GHG emissions in the EU. The major objective of the report is to present the improvements made in the CAPRI modelling system with respect to GHG emission accounting and especially regarding the implementation of endogenous technological mitigation options. Furthermore, the CAPRI model was applied to provide a quantitative assessment of illustrative GHG mitigation policy options in the agricultural sector, and their production and economic implications.
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