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Figure Share of agricultural area (UAA) enrolled in agri-environment schemes (1998-2002)
The data include agri-environment contracts under the predecessor Regulation (EC) 2078/1992 and contracts signed in 2000-2002 under the current Regulation (EC) 1257/1999.
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Figure Internal and external conversions of agriculture 1990-2000
Conversion of arable land to pasture and withdrawal of farming
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Highlight Common Agricultural Policy reform – reducing the impact of farming
Today, the European Commission launched its proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after 2013. The key objective is ‘to strengthen the competitiveness, sustainability and permanence of agriculture throughout the EU in order to secure for European citizens a healthy and high-quality source of food, preserve the environment and develop rural areas’. The proposals tie financial support more closely to environmental goals.
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Publication Distribution and targeting of the CAP budget from a biodiversity perspective
The EU has highlighted the importance of using the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) to prevent the abandonment of high nature value farmland and its intensification as a key action to halt biodiversity decline. The present report sets out to assess whether the current distribution of CAP funds is likely to favour the maintenance of farmland with high nature value (HNV). And it explores the extent to which CAP funds are likely to support the long-term economic and ecological sustainability of these HNV farming systems.
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Data Visualisation Area covered by each of the main irrigated crops
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Figure Internal and external conversions of agriculture 1990-2000
Conversion of arable land to pasture or forest
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Figure Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from agriculture 1990-2002 (EU-15 Member States) indexed relative to 1990 emission levels
Emissions from agricultural transport and energy use are excluded, as these sectors are not defined as part of the agriculture sector by the current IPCC guidance.
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Figure Octet Stream Climate change scenarios data
Data are for trends and projections of energy, emissions of greenhouse gases and some other indicators up to 2030 and cover EU25 members countries
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Figure D source code Regional predominant pressures on dry grassland
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Figure text/texmacs National nitrogen balances for 2000 split into major input and output components
The country name followed by (EEA) indicates balances that have been calculated by the EEA on the basis of EU level data sets.
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