By Mr Jack Brian
This publication seriously examines the improvement and present constitution of ecu Union agri-environmental measures at a noticeable point. interpreting the measures in an built-in demeanour, exhibiting how they interrelate linking assorted points of ecu Union agricultural legislations and coverage, this quantity examines the laws followed at eu Union point in addition to the influence of specific nationwide measures to enforce that laws. the place applicable, comparisons are drawn among the way during which ecu Union laws has been applied between a number of Member States. significantly assessing ecu Union and nationwide measures, within the gentle of different coverage pressures similar to the impression of worldwide exchange agreements and the political pressures exerted through the rural zone in the nationwide felony structures of person Member States, this quantity is a important source for lecturers discovering and practitioners operating within the parts of ecu Union environmental and agricultural legislation.
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Establishing the Common Agricultural Policy 13 average and only in very few regions is its share higher than 20%. The long term trend is a further drop in the number of farmers, at a rate of 2–3% per year. Such recognition, of agriculture’s weakened role within the rural economy, led to calls for the Community’s agricultural structural policy to be widened into a vehicle that was more suited to the needs of the rural economy as a whole. For example, delegates to the first European Community conference on rural development, held in Cork in November 1996, agreed upon a ten-point declaration (the Cork Declaration) on future policy for rural areas.
Article 5. 88 Consequently, a greater share of the Community’s rural development expenditure was been targeted towards Objective 1 areas. This influenced the level of Community financial support that was available to help finance rural development in each Member State. 90 As noted in Chapter 5, the aim of the agri-environment scheme is to protect the environment and to improve the countryside. Regulation 1257/99 also made a change to the financial structure of the Common Agricultural Policy. As noted above, the guarantee and guidance sections of the EAGGF had previously been given distinct functions – the guarantee section funding Community agricultural production policy and the guidance section funding structural policy measures.
1 15 Summary of the Measures Contained within the Three Axes of the EC’s Rural Development Policy for 2008–2013 Axis Aid Measure Axis 1: Improving Competitiveness Vocational training and information The establishment of young farmers Early retirement payments to older farmers Use of advisory services (including for meeting standards) Setting up farm management, relief and advisory services Farm/forestry investment The development of agricultural processing and marketing Develop agricultural/forestry infrastructure Restoring agricultural production potential Temporary support in meeting agricultural standards Food quality incentive scheme Food quality promotion Axis 2: Improving the environment and the countryside.
Agriculture and EU Environmental Law by Mr Jack Brian