Figure 2. Historical development of the Common Agricultural Policy

The CAP support beyond 2020 – assessing the future structure of direct payments and the rural development interventions in the light of the EU agricultural and environmental challenges

Original publication: October 2018 Author: Dr ir R.A. Jongeneel, with contributions from Dr. H. Silvis, Wageningen UR Short link to this post: Available languages: Background The legislative proposals on the CAP beyond 2020, unveiled on 1st June, fleshes out details of EU’s future Common Agricultural Policy. The European Parliament’s Read more…

Figure 4: The complete lifecycle of a vehicle.

Battery-powered electric vehicles: market development and lifecycle emissions

Original publication: February 2018 Authors: Marc Thomas [Part 1] NTNU: Linda Ager-Wick ELLINGSEN, Christine Roxanne HUNG, Project manager: Anders Hammer STRØMMAN [Part 2] Short link to this post: Available languages: PART 1: The development of battery–powered road vehicles market WORLD MARKET DEVELOPMENT[1] At the end of 2016, there were Read more…


Research for AGRI : News – February 2018

Compiled by the AGRI sector of the Policy Department for Structural and Cohesion Policies (Albert MASSOT MARTI) NB this list is intended for internal EP use and some links are available only to subscribers 1. KEY DOCUMENTS EC: Omnibus Regulation – Regulation (EU) No 2017/2393 amending Regulations (EU) No 1305/2013 Read more…

Table 1: Legal distinctions that apply to European Member States in relation to marine recreational fishing

Feasibility of Measuring Socio-Economic and Environmental Impacts of Recreational and Semi-Subsistence Fisheries in the EU

Original publication: July 2016 Authors:BIPE: Etienne JOBARD, Stéphane RADUREAU, Pierre CAVE, Marie-Laetitia DES ROBERT Short link to this post: Available languages: The following study aims to recommend a methodological framework for the performance of studies assessing the impacts of marine recreational and subsistence fisheries on national economies and on Read more…