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Seminars on CAP

Keywords: CAP - inra - PAC

2nd Seminar's program: October 16, 2017

 
 
Published on 02/14/2018

“CAP and Environment”, the second seminar hosted by INRA on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), took place in 16 October 2017.

Introduction by Hervé Guyomard et Cécile Detang-Dessendre:

Introduction 2eme séminaire

Seven subjects were presented and discussed:
1-    Payments for environmental services, public goods and fiscal federalism: CAP challenges, by Alban Thomas (INRA Toulouse-Occitanie and the SAE2 Division);
2-    Econom...

Seminar 1: Summary of discussions

 
 
Published on 02/14/2018

A summary of discussions was written by Hervé Guyomard (INRA Bretagne-Normandie and Paris, the Scientific Directorate for Agriculture) and Cécile Detang-Dessendre (INRA Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and Paris, the SAE2 Division and the Scientific Directorate for Agriculture).

Cap seminar 1 : summary of discussions

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Objectives and assessment of agri-environmental measures

 
 
Published on 02/13/2018

Agri-environmental measures (MAEs) have been obligatory for EU Member States for 25 years. Like other Pillar II CAP measures, they are optional for farmers. Still a relatively small percentage of the budget, they are a very flexible public policy tool with highly varied objectives ranging from improving water quality and limiting climate change to protecting biological and landscape diversity. For this reason, they are now called agri-environmental and climate measures (MAECs).

However, variou...

For a truly greener CAP: rethinking Ecological Focus Areas for biodiversity and farming

 
 
Published on 02/13/2018

Ecological Focus Areas (EFAs) are one of three heavily criticised criteria governing the green direct payment scheme introduced when the CAP was last reformed. A joint European study assessed the ecological effectiveness of the different EFA types and how farmers perceived them.

Our comparative analysis revealed a disparity between the objective and on the implementation of EFA-based greening criteria: 1) EFA-declared surface areas globally exceed the minimum percentage required, and 2) the EF...

Greening measures for permanent grasslands in the next CAP

 
 
Published on 02/13/2018

With a surface area of 67 million hectares, permanent grasslands (grasses that have been present for more than 5 years) currently cover 40% of the EU-27’s Utilised Agricultural Land. With few exceptions, these surfaces have shrunk by 20-30% since the 1970s, in plain areas particularly, in close connection with a concomitant drop in the ruminant populations which increase their value, and the intensification of forage production.

Agronomic and ecosystem services provided by long-term grasslan...