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Regional Overview of Food Insecurity Europe and Central Asia

The Europe and Central Asia region (ECA) has achieved Millennium Development Goal 1C, to halve the proportion of undernourished people, with undernourishment at less than 5 percent in the region since 2010-12, the lowest of all five FAO regions. All countries in the region have made considerable progress in reducing...

Agricultural Transition in Post-Soviet Europe and Central Asia after 25 Years

The transition from Socialism to Capitalism occurred in many countries worldwide, but nowhere was it so sharp as in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Many researchers studied this process since the fall of the Berlin Wall in the autumn of 1989. Twenty-five years later, an international workshop was...
2015 - Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies

Hoja informativa
Summer pasture farming – traditions for future

Summer pasture farming i Norway, short introduction
2015 - Norsk seterkultur

Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: ESTONIA

Small family farms are in general extensively managed in Estonia and are in general structured in a way which facilitates outdoor systems (e.g. pastures convenient to the animal housing). Having said that, there are no specific conditions in the Pillar 1 payment rules which would exclude intensive or indoor farming...
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

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EU agriculture spending focused on results

Approximately 38% of the EU budget (equivalent to 0.4% of the Union’s GDP) is spent on agriculture and rural development. This pooling of resources at EU level ensures efficient and effective spending that avoids distorting the internal market and delivers a wide range of public goods. It is much more...
2015 - European Commission

Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: FRANCE

Since the mid-term review, the French government has had the objective of maintaining grass-based livestock systems, and sheep and goat systems in particular. This has been translated into significant financial transfers from arable farms to the livestock sector. The new CAP continues this policy in favour of livestock systems, through...
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: IRELAND

Ireland is a single payment region on paper. However, the convergence process will not be completed by 2019 (the Department commitment is that no-one will have a payment rate below 60% of the 2019 national average by that time) and payment rates over the national average will only be reduced...
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Artículo de revista
Winter Harvest: Supporting the Development of Organic Winter Growing

In Austria, apart from corn salads, hardly any organic vegetables are available during the winter from domestic production. As a result, most of the vegetables on sale are imported or grown through high-energy intensive production. To address this problem, a project has been developed called winter harvest: seasonal, energy-extensive and...
2015 - IFOAM EU Group

Estudio de caso
Resumen: Acceso a tierra y estrategias de vida de los jóvenes rurales

Resumen del estudio comparativo
Este resumen analiza y sistematiza los resultados de los seis estudios de la serie Jóvenes Rurales y Acceso a la Tierra realizados en Bolivia, Perú, Colombia, Argentina, Nicaragua y Guatemala en el marco de la iniciativa sobre el mismo tema que impulsa la International Land Coalition–América Latina y el Caribe...
Argentina - Bolivia (Plurinational State of) - Colombia - Guatemala - Nicaragua - Peru
2015 - Corporación PROCASUR

Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: SPAIN

The 17 regional governments in Spain have considerable autonomy in agricultural and nature conservation policies. There are 17 individual Rural Development Programmes, as well as a national programme for certain measures. In the case of Pillar 1 of the CAP, a common model of implementation was agreed between all the...
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Estudio de caso
The Profitability of Seasonal Mountain Dairy Farming in Norway

Summer mountain dairy farming has a long tradition in Norway. At the same time it seems to be more interest in seasonal mountain processing expected due to: Health aspects of mountain products may be important for demand Grazing is to be promoted due to animal welfare concerns The risks are probably related to...
2015 - Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute

53rd International Fair of Agriculture and Food

To mark the European Year for Development, the International Year of Soils and the International Year of Light by visiting the 53rd International Fair of Agriculture and Food AGRA 2015 in Gornja Radgona. Namely, AGRA is a more than fifty year old event that promotes sustainable development cooperation, promotes the...

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Agriculture and Agricultural Policy in The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Agriculture is one of the most important sectors in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. In the transition period, agricultural policy experienced turbulent development. Although the Stabilization and Association Agreement was signed in 2001, gradual consolidation of agricultural policy and adjustment toward the CAP of the EU has been noted...
North Macedonia

Small Farming across the EU - 27

Small Farming across the EU - 27 Bailey, A., Suta, C. (2014), EuroChoices In the article Bailey and Suta show the importance of small farms (as measured in 2010) across the EU, and investigate how households on small farms cope with what is inevitably a low level of farming income.

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Agriculture and Agricultural Policy in Serbia

Since the beginning of the 2000s, Serbia has been going through profound economic and institutional shifts, with significant consequences for structural changes in the agricultural sector, its output and productivity, as well as agricultural policy. By the early 1980s Serbia had experienced significant growth in agricultural production, which stagnated in the...

Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistics

Agriculture accounts for roughly 40% of the EU budget. It is the only policy almost entirely funded from the EU budget, where European spending is largely complementary to national spending. The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 2014–20 demonstrates the central role of statistics and the need for a solid knowledge...
2014 - European Union

Artículo de revista
Empowering rural stakeholders in the Western Balkans

Experience in four countries
Taking part in the traveling workshops in Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Montenegro were a number of officials and NGO representatives from four other countries –  Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Turkey. Ministers or their representatives from these countries attended the Concluding Conference in Brussels on...
2014 - EU Agriculture and Rural development

Connecting Research and Practice in Agriculture and Rural Areas

On 14 January 2014, DG AGRI and the EIP-AGRI Service Point organised a workshop, which focussed on the practical aspects of the Horizon 2020 calls for multi-actor projects and thematic networks related to agriculture and forestry. The workshop was kicked off by DG AGRI director Jose Sousa Uva who gave...
2014 - Agriculture&Innovation

Adaptación en ecosistemas de montaña

Las montañas proporcionan diversos servicios ambientales como agua, energía, suelo y biodiversidad y son de vital importancia no solo para las poblaciones locales sino también para los ecosistemas y las poblaciones que se encuentran a menor altitud. Por consiguiente, el impacto del cambio climático en los ecosistemas de montaña está...
2014 - Soluciones prácticas

Estudio de caso
Sikkim Himalaya-Agriculture

Improving and Scaling up of Traditionally Managed Agricultural Systems of Global Significance the
The proposed GIAHS project, Sikkim Himalaya-Agriculture is a part of globally significant biodiversity hot spots of the world within the greater quadri-national junction of Khanchendzonga landscape in the Eastern Himalayas. The region is an assemblage of sacred landscapes called Demazong (the valley of rice) or the Shangrila (the hidden paradise...
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
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