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Policy Recommendations for Pursuing a Sustainable Agriculture in a Small Rural Community in Romania

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  • Toma, Luiza

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The paper gives a range of sustainable agricultural policy recommendations, based on the results of the previous CEESA research phases. We begin by a brief presentation of the Romanian case study dealing with the environmental awareness of farmers, measured by means of agri-environmental indicators and discrete choice modelling. Then, we present the policy instruments dealing with non-point source pollution from agriculture, focusing on those applied in the European Union, that are most likely to be used in accession countries. Here we briefly introduce the Romanian environmental institutional and legislative framework, emphasising the existent water policy instruments. We end up by proposing sustainable agricultural policies that, based on the insights of our case study, we consider to be most appropriate for the case of Romania.

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  • Toma, Luiza, 2003. "Policy Recommendations for Pursuing a Sustainable Agriculture in a Small Rural Community in Romania," Discussion Papers 18896, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ceesdp:18896
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    1. Gatzweiler, Franz W. & Hagedorn, Konrad & Zellei, Anett & Lowe, Philip & Sumelius, John & Backman, Stefan & Tanic, Stjepan, 2003. "Synopsis of the Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture Project (CEESA)," CEESA\FAO Series 18901, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.

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