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    2014_en

    11 Jun 2014 -
    products and fish (notably Scottish farmed salmon). ORGANIC FARMING: there is a special European logo for organically produced products which guarantees that European organic production standards have been complied with. Organic farming respects the natural life cycles of plants and animals. It minimises our impact on the environment. Production methods comply with precise and strict European legislation.
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    19 Oct 2011 -
    annual crops Per ha per year for specialised perennial crops Per ha per year for other land uses Per Livestock Unit (“LU”) per year for local breeds in danger of being lost to farmers 30(5) Organic farming 600(*) 900(*) 450(*) Per ha per year for annual crops Per ha per year for specialised perennial crops Per ha per year for other land uses 31(7) Natura 2000 and Water framework directive payments
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    19 Oct 2011 -
    organic products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2092/9121 should benefit from 19 OJ L 206, 22.7.1992, p. 7. 20 OJ L 20, 26.1.2010, p. 7. 21 OJ L 189, 20.7.2007, p. 1. EN 17 EN the "greening" component without fulfilling any further obligation, given the recognised environmental benefits of the organic farming systems. Non-respect of the "greening" component should lead to penalties on the basis of
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    CAP debate – outline for Summary Report

    13 Jul 2010 -
    the landscape for rural tourism; • A number of respondents emphasise quality over quantity and a fair price-quality ratio; • Another group call for more/clearer labelling, particularly in order to emphasise regional origins or organic farming. • Many respondents are concerned that the CAP continues to be the source of surpluses to the detriment of developing countries; • A handful of submissions
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    15 Feb 1999 -
    pesticides on the maintenance of rotational practices. Examples include the introduction of organic farming, integrated crop management, set aside of field margins and specific measures, tested through LIFE nature projects, aimed at particular habitats. Measures are also in place to manage farm woodlands, wetlands and hedgerows to benefit flora and fauna. Concerning under-use of agricultural land, abandonment
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    "CAP reform: Impact analyses of the mid-term review July 2002 p...

    13 Feb 2003 -
    indication and organic farming Target first pillar measures only to external promotion Animal Welfare Only regulatory measures New animal welfare measure alongside and in the same logic as agri-environment measures (covering cost incurred and income forgone due to commitments beyond legal standards) Agri- Environment Current aid intensity - 75 % in Objective 1 areas - 50 % in others; Raise the aid-
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    Simplification of the CAP - Agriculture and rural development

    22 Apr 2015 -
    past years, a great number of projects and activities to simplify the CAP and to cut red tape for farmers have been carried out successfully. Here are just some examples from a long list: A single Common Market Organisation (CMO) replaced the previously existing 21 CMOs. Its creation allowed the repeal of 86 Council acts and replaced more than 1080 legal articles with around 350. The 2009 "Health
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    "The CAP post 2013", Conference on the public debate: Workshops...

    22 Apr 2015 -
    the effects of climate change, . Chair: David BALDOCK, Executive Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), United Kingdom Speaker: Miguel AFAN de RIBERA YBARRA, Secretary General of ASAJA - Sevilla (Andalusia farmers and young farmers’ Association ), Spain: [3 MB] Speaker: Urs NIGGLI, Director, FiBL (Research Institute on Organic Agriculture), Switzerland: [168 KB] Speaker: Rainer
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    CAP towards 2020 - IA Consultation document

    07 Jan 2011 -
    traditional permanent crop systems or organic farming. However, also modern farming systems have an important capacity to ensure good environmental outcomes. Integrated crop management (a whole farm management approach combining the ecological care with the economic demands) are of particular importance in this respect. Integrated farming systems, following defined codes of farming practices, are estimated
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    19 Oct 2011 -
    22(1)(e) of Regulation (EU) N° xx/xxx [RD]. – Agri-environment operations addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation as provided for under Article 29 of Regulation (EU) N° xx/xxx [RD]. – Organic farming addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation as provided for under Article 30 of Regulation (EU) N° xx/xxx [RD]. – Environmental services from forests and forest conservation