European rural policy
Rural policies throughout the continent of Europe are strongly subjected to the aligning influence of the European Union, for example through rural aspects of the EU Regional and Cohesion Policy, the evolving Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), and LEADER schemes.
As the EU absorbs the effects of enlargement, the Second Pillar of CAP reform strives to improve economic prosperity, social progress and environmental protection on a pan-European scale.
A sample of Items held in the European rural policy category
- Briefing 1903: Peter Kendall speech at Oxford Farming Conference 2014
- 2037: Poor records cost farmers
- 1986: Anderson’s AgriBrief – May 2014
- Is wildlife conservation compatible with arable farming? Evaluating the options for sustainable agriculture.
- 1085: Review of the Rural Payments Agency
- 2174: How ultra-micro economics can enable rural communities to thrive
- 1383: Does the new “CAP” fit?
- 2333: Agricultural implications of BREXIT
- Farming & Rural Vitality: Connections in the Enlarging EU
- 1240: An unsafe distance - relations between governments and farmers
There are currently no subcategories in the European rural policy section.
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