By Mr Jack Brian
This publication significantly examines the improvement and present constitution of eu Union agri-environmental measures at a noticeable point. interpreting the measures in an built-in demeanour, exhibiting how they interrelate linking diversified features of eu Union agricultural legislations and coverage, this quantity examines the laws followed at eu Union point in addition to the influence of specific nationwide measures to enforce that laws. the place acceptable, comparisons are drawn among the way within which eu Union laws has been applied between quite a few Member States. seriously assessing eu Union and nationwide measures, within the gentle of alternative coverage pressures similar to the impact of worldwide exchange agreements and the political pressures exerted via the rural quarter in the nationwide criminal structures of person Member States, this quantity is a useful source for teachers gaining knowledge of and practitioners operating within the parts of eu Union environmental and agricultural legislations.
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The following section will examine the environmental impact associated with a number of aspects of agricultural intensification. Agricultural Specialisation Forest is the natural vegetation cover of most of the British Isles. The cultivated areas became either grassland used for livestock grazing or arable land upon which crops were grown in rotation. 11 Since the Second World War, however, agricultural policies have encouraged farmers to plough up semi-natural grasslands and replace them with rye grass based monocultures.
London: Council for the Protection of Rural England) 12. For example, Harvey estimates that in 1991 the operation of the CAP support policies had inflated the value of agricultural land in the United Kingdom by an average of 46 per cent. The time period chosen by this report emphasises the fact that landscape change, and environmental damage, was already occurring under the national policies operating in Britain prior to our accession to the then European Economic Community. In more recent years this continued, and indeed escalated, under the Common Agricultural Policy.
61 Council Regulation 1941/81  OJ L197/13. 62 Council Regulation 797/85  OJ L93/1. 63 The early retirement scheme was a notable omission. This was, subsequently, rectified when the Community later adopted Regulation 1096/88 establishing a Community scheme to encourage the cessation of farming,  OJ L110/1. 1. 65 European Commission, Agenda 2000 Volume 1: For a Stronger and Wider Union, COM (97) 2000 Final, 26. Establishing the Common Agricultural Policy 13 average and only in very few regions is its share higher than 20%.
Agriculture and EU Environmental Law by Mr Jack Brian