By Mr Jack Brian
This e-book significantly examines the advance and present constitution of eu Union agri-environmental measures at a significant point. studying the measures in an built-in demeanour, exhibiting how they interrelate linking various elements of ecu Union agricultural legislation and coverage, this quantity examines the laws followed at eu Union point in addition to the effect of specific nationwide measures to enforce that laws. the place acceptable, comparisons are drawn among the style during which eu Union laws has been carried out between a number of Member States. seriously assessing eu Union and nationwide measures, within the mild of different coverage pressures corresponding to the impact of global exchange agreements and the political pressures exerted via the rural zone in the nationwide felony platforms of person Member States, this quantity is a invaluable source for lecturers learning and practitioners operating within the components of eu Union environmental and agricultural legislation.
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Moving from Structural Policy to Rural Development Policy The Community replaced its 1972 agricultural structures Directives, along with the 1975 Less Favoured Area Directive, in 1985. 63 Regulation 797/85 made it compulsory for Member States to provide investment aid for farm improvements. 64 The Regulation also set out a range of other measures that Member States could, at their discretion, decide to adopt. The centralising approach adopted in Regulation 797/85 remains in place today. However, the Community’s structural policy has evolved into a more broadly based rural development policy.
Chapter 3. 39 Hill, B. (1984), The Common Agricultural Policy: Past, Present and Future (London: Methuen & Co. Ltd) 27. 40 Council Regulation 17/64  JO 586/103. 10 Agriculture and EU Environmental Law prior approval of that Member State. ’42 The Community, however, was keen to develop its own structural policy measures. In a sector dominated by small, inefficient, farms one solution would have been to promote policies that encouraged small farmers to leave agriculture for other careers. Their farms could then be amalgamated with others farms to create larger, more efficient farms.
They were then authorised to make direct income payments to farmers located within these areas and to provide financial grants for farm development works or for diversification into tourist or craft industry programmes. Directive 75/268 enabled the Community to make particular provision for farmers located in regions that had unfavourable agricultural conditions. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Community adopted further measures to support agricultural development in specific geographical regions.
Agriculture and EU Environmental Law by Mr Jack Brian