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Autoren: 
Pe'er, Guy
Birkenstock, Maren
Lakner, Sebastian
Röder, Norbert
Datum: 
2021
Schriftenreihe/Nr.: 
Thünen Working Paper No. 175,3
Zusammenfassung: 
Despite significant efforts, investments and some local successes, the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has not succeeded in halting the loss of farmland biodiversity. To address these weaknesses, the CAP post-2020 proposes a new "Green Architecture" comprising, inter alia, compulsory elements (enhanced conditionality through Good Agricultural and Environmental Conditions - GAEC), voluntary Agri-Environment-Climate Measures (AECM), and a new instrument called "Eco-schemes". Will this new Green Architecture, combined with a result-based orientation of the CAP, help address the biodiversity crisis? To provide science-based feedback on this proposal, more than 300 scientists from 22 MSs have provided their expertise through 13 workshops that took place between October-December 2020, and a follow up online survey. The results are published in Thünen Working Paper 1751 comprising three volumes: Volume 1 is a synthesis of the results from all workshops and expert inputs as submitted through the online survey. 2 Volume 2 contains the full reports from all MS Workshops as well as all expert inputs regarding their opinions on the Flagship-Eco-schemes proposed by the European Commission. 3 Thünen Working Paper 175 - Volume 3 (this document) offers a policy brief summarizing the results. Although the Working Paper focuses on the proposed CAP's performance for biodiversity as a core topic, benefits for climate change mitigation and other environmental aspects were highlighted by workshop participants; and economic considerations were highlighted where relevant. [...]
Schlagwörter: 
CAP
Common Agricultural Policy
AECM
Eco-schemes
Green Architecture
European Union
Biodiversity
JEL: 
Q15
Q18
Q57
Q5
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ISBN: 
978-3-86576-226-9
Dokumentart: 
Working Paper

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