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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.
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Report by Dr Floor Brouwer, LEI, The Netherlands, on approaches and methodologies used in studies of the effects of agricultural policies on the environment.
Expert Meeting Summary and Recommendations are now available on this site. Objectives of the OECD expert meeting: Reach agreement on further advancing work on developing indicators that track the state and trends in agriculture's soil organic carbon.
The Expert Meeting, held in Oslo, will seek to further develop agricultural landscape indicators for policy purposes. For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Objectives of the OECD expert meeting: Reach agreement on further advancing work on developing indicators that track the state and trends in agriculture's impact on biodiversity.
During the completion of the OECD (2001) publication Environmental Indicators for Agriculture Volume 3: Methods and Results, an extensive bibliography was established covering the main agri-environmental indicator themes.
OECD work on Agri-Environmental Indicators (AEIs) is primarily aimed at policy makers and the wider public interested in the development, trends and the use of agri-environmental indicators for policy purposes.