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Rural development

Agricultural management plays a key role in the maintenance of valued cultural landscapes as well as biodiversity-rich farmlands all over Europe.

One of CEEweb’s Working Groups aims to make rural development sustainable in CEE countries with a view to maintain and increase biodiversity in rural areas, to promote the integration of environment conservation into agriculture, and to improve the conditions of living standards of the countryside. Read about the activities of the Rural Development Working Group >>

From CEEweb’s point of view:

  • Environmental, Social and Economic Effects of Direct Marketing of Farm Products – An eye-opener for decision-maker, 2010s (PDF 620 KB in English, in Bulgarian, in Estonian)
  • Study on implementation of the Cross compliance regulation in five CEE countries, 2010 (PDF 207 KB in English, in Hungarian)
  • Briefing about the successful example of assessing and amending the legislation for direct marketing by national NGOs in Hungary, 2010 (PDF)
  • Proposals for the CAP post-2013 (contribution to the public debate launched by Commissioner Ciolos in 2010), (PDF)
  • Conclusions of the European NGO Seminar on the CAP (also supported by CEEweb for Biodiversity), aimed to influence the legal processes related to agriculture and environment during the EU’s French Presidency in the 2nd half of 2008 (PDF, 125 KB)
  • Conclusions of the CEEweb Academy on Biomass, held in Hungary, May 2008 (PDF, 43 KB)
  • CEEweb for Biodiversity position on the CAP Health Check sent to the EU Commission on 15 January 2008 (PDF, 34 KB)
  • Integrated evaluation of Regional Development Plans with regards to sustainability, 2002. Report in English (PDF, 700 KB), full report including case studies in Hungarian (PDF, 2.4 MB)
  • Biodiversity conservation in the Hungarian National Rural Development Plan, 2004 (PDF, 30 KB)

Projects of CEEweb related to sustainable rural development include: