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Agricultural policies affect agricultural production with consequences for the environment. What are the impacts and how might they be affected by further agricultural policy reform? What are governments doing to improve the environmental ...
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- Landwirtschaft, Handel und Umwelt: Die Milchwirtschaft, Zusammenfassung in Deutsch
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- Agricultura, comercio y medio ambiente: Sector lechero, Resumen en español
The main objective of the Workshop, to be held in Paris, 6-8 December 2004, is to review and analyse the tools and methods used for the evaluation of agri-environmental policy measures by OECD governments, with specific focus on ex-post evaluations.
Presentations, proceedings and other documents from a meeting held in Zurich on 5-8 November 2001.
The Expert Meeting, to be held in Palmerston North, New Zealand (8-12 March, 2004), will seek to develop policy-relevant and feasible indicators that can track the current state and trends in farm management practices and approaches. Contact: kevin.parris@o
The Expert Meeting, held in Gyeongju, Korea (7-10 october 2003), sought to develop agricultural water quality and water use indicators for policy purposes. Contact: kevin.PARRIS@oecd.org
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OECD countries have recently agreed to a positive reform agenda for agricultural policies. Central to this agenda is the need to set out clearly the objectives of agricultural policies, and to monitor the performance of alternative policies in at...
The Workshop on Organic Agriculture, hosted by the United States Department of Agriculture, was held in Washington D.C on 23-26 September 2002. All the papers and presentations made at the Workshop are now available on this site.
The Expert Meeting, held in Rome (March 2003), sought to develop soil erosion and soil biodiversity indicators for policy purposes. The discussion papers will be made publicly available following the meeting. Contact: email@example.com
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Report on initiatives in business environmental management (BEM) in agriculture, in particular the incentives and constraints that farmers face.