and the development of biodiversity within the Luxembourger agricultural landscape are in the center of a new study carried out by the IfLS. Our client is the Observatoire de l’Environnement Naturel at the ministry for sustainable development and infrastructure in Luxembourg.
With focus on agricultural funding instruments it will be our mission to analyze existing instruments such as the landscape premium and agri-environment measures with regard to their effectiveness and coherence. Current developments such as the reform CAP 2013 are taken into consideration. It is our aim to formulate recommendations on how to optimize promotional approaches in order to protect biodiversity. For this study we cooperate with the consultancy efor_ersa.
|Research | Sustainable land use ||
Observatoire de l’Environnement Naturel, Luxemburg
2010 - 2011
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