Problem areas in European agriculture.

by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. European Productivity Agency. in Paris

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Other titlesFATIS review. Supplement.
Statement[Technical editor: J.M.A. Penders.
ContributionsPenders, Joannes Matthijs Antonius, 1913-
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p.
Number of Pages68
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Open LibraryOL15173266M

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Agricultural land plays an important role in land use patterns across the EU. Grassland and cropland together make up 39 % of Europe's land cover. The agricultural sector is a major user of natural resources and has a complex relationship with the environment.

The following data reflect the performance and impacts of the agricultural sector in the EU. Problem areas in European agriculture.

book agricultural policy covers a wide range of areas, including food quality, traceability, trade and promotion of EU farm products. The EU financially supports its farmers and encourages sustainable and eco-friendly practices, while also investing in the development of rural areas.

Problem areas in European agriculture. book However, the European Environment Agency’s (EEA) assessment, published today, shows that eutrophication still remains a large scale problem in some of Europe’s regionals seas. The assessment shows some positive effects from better nutrient management but the overall target of healthy seas will not be met everywhere by DOI: / European agriculture and possible biotechnological solutions 3 Critical Reviews in Biotechnology Downloaded from by on 07/ During the last decade, Europe has wi tnessed n fasl development in the organi c agriculture segment.

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One of the major problems facing agriculture is the loss of agricultural land, because as more land is lost, it will become more difficult to produce the amount of food needed to feed the growing. Where ethically feasible, European Review Of Agricultural Economics strongly encourages authors to make all data and software code on which the conclusions of the paper rely available to readers.

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While agriculture plays a very important Tale as predominant land user, its Tale in the rural economies and employment has declined significantly. In fact, in the European union even in the predominantly rural areas is employment in agriculture only 13. Agriculture-related environmental problems represent probably one of those areas where the values and beliefs in the region are quite far from the current West European values and beliefs.

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farm payments consistent with the notion that European agriculture does not exist solely to produce agricultural products, but also to provide a public good. Farming in Europe today is less about production; farmers are stewards of the environment.

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The adaptation of agricultural practices to local conditions has led to a wide variety of "cultural landscapes" in Europe. The Common Agricultural Policy is a major driver of land use and changes in farming practices inFile Size: 4MB.

European agriculture is facing one of the worst crises in decades. Producer prices have dropped and input costs are soaring. In recent months, thousands of farmers have protested in Europe.

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stratified areas, and loss of macrophytes. For some areas the causal relationship between anthropogenic nutrient enrichment and the observed effects are still under investigation and their classification as potential problem area or problem area has been made on a precautionary basis.

The European Commission is currently unable to endorse the File Size: 4MB. Organic agricultural land is now at million hectares in Europe, constituting percent of the continent’s agricultural land. In the European Union, million hectares of farmland were organic, with a share of percent of its agricultural land being organic in In eight European countries (European Union: six countries), ten.

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Secondly, the aim is to show a way of working with this problem area in order to meet these needs in the agricultural sector. A framework for business model innovation is presented as well as an interactive research design addressing the problem area in terms of action research in which learning networks is an important concept.

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