Essays about: "Common Agricultural Policy"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 70 essays containing the words Common Agricultural Policy.

  1. 1. “Pretty much just ‘fluffing’ around” : The complexity of safeguarding farmland biodiversity in Scania through the Greening

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för Urbana Studier (US)

    Author : Desiree Goldring; Ingrid Petersson; [2021]
    Keywords : Common Agricultural Policy; Common Pool Resources; Diversity of institutions; Farmland biodiversity; Governance; Greening; Landscape perspective; Projectification; Scanian farmland; Biologisk mångfald inom jordbruk; Common Pool Resources; EU:s gemensamma jordbrukspolitik; Förgröningsstödet; Governance; Landskapsperspektiv; Mångfald av institutioner; Projektifiering; skånskt jordbrukslandskap;

    Abstract : Intensified agriculture has led to a dramatic decline of farmland biodiversity in Europe during the 20th century, making farmland policies of utmost importance within the European Union [EU]. The Greening, which is a part of the Common Agricultural Policy [CAP] was created to combat the negative effects of intensified agriculture. READ MORE

  2. 2. How is Sustainable Agriculture Represented in the EU CAP Proposal 2020-2027? A Discourse Analysis

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen

    Author : Rowena Guthrie; [2021]
    Keywords : sustainable agriculture; EU policy; environmental policy; discourse analysis; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : The need for a sustainable agricultural system that works to support the environmental, social, and economic needs of the agricultural sector and those both within and affected by it is absolutely imperative given the climate crisis and challenging economic and social health of farmers. The agricultural sector has an enormous environmental impact while also providing large economic and social value. READ MORE

  3. 3. Farmers' willingness to adopt silvopasture practices : investigating compensation claims using a contingent valuation approach among Swedish cattle producers

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Harold Opdenbosch; [2021]
    Keywords : Silvopasture practices; willingness to adopt; compensation claims; contingent valutation method; survey; theory of planned behaviour; Heckman two-step model; factor analysis; cattle production; Sweden;

    Abstract : To mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and biodiversity loss from cattle production in Sweden, it is particularly crucial to incentivize cattle producers to adopt silvopasture practices. To investigate cattle producers’ willingness to adopt silvopasture practices and the related compensation claims, a contingent valuation survey was conducted among cattle producers in Sweden. READ MORE

  4. 4. Climate change adaptation in agriculture - securing food, livelihoods and the environment : From a farm-perspective

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för Urbana Studier (US)

    Author : Josefine Friberg; Tove Haugland; [2021]
    Keywords : agriculture; climate change; climate change adaptation; adaptive capacity; climate scenarios; common agricultural policy; CAP; rural development programme; Jordbruk; klimatförändringar; klimatanpassning; anpassnings-kapacitet; klimatscenarier; EUs gemensamma jordbrukspolitik; landsbygdsprogrammet;

    Abstract : Conventional agriculture has impacts on the environment such as soil degradation, biodiversity loss and pollution of ecosystems, which could be enhanced further by climate change. The effects can be more or less extensive depending on whether adaptation is carried out. READ MORE

  5. 5. From dust to a must: Investigating the social barriers to farmers’ adoption of soil conservation practices in Hungary, with recommendations for an effective information-based soil governance

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Internationella miljöinstitutet

    Author : Orsolya Nyárai; [2021]
    Keywords : Soil Protection; Sustainable Soil Management; Conservation Agriculture; Arable Farming; Hungary; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Soil as a fundamental, conditionally renewable natural resource is increasingly under threat from unsustainable farming practices in a changing environment. In Hungary, expansive areas of land are susceptible to soil degradation, while only a small percentage of farmers currently applies soil conservation practices (SCPs). READ MORE