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Quantifying The Heterogeneity Of Abatement Costs Under Climatic And Environmental Regulation Changes: An Integrated Modelling Approach

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  • Leclere, David
  • Jayet, Pierre-Alain
  • Zakharov, Paul
  • de Noblet-Ducoudre, Nathalie

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We present here preliminary results of an integrated modelling approach combining a crop model (STICS) and an economic model (AROPAj) of European agricultural supply. This modelling framework is designed to perform quantitative analysis, regarding climate change impacts on agriculture and more generally the interactions between soils, land use, agriculture and climate integrating physical and economical elements (data, process, models). It explicitly integrates an agricultural diversity dimension with regards to economic set of choices and soil climate spatial variability. First results are given in term of quantitative analysis combining optimal land allocation (economic optimality) and “dose-response” functions related to a large set of crops in Europe, at the farm group level, covering part of the European Union (EU15). They indicate that accounting for economical and spatial variability may impact both regional aggregated scales results.

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  • Leclere, David & Jayet, Pierre-Alain & Zakharov, Paul & de Noblet-Ducoudre, Nathalie, 2010. "Quantifying The Heterogeneity Of Abatement Costs Under Climatic And Environmental Regulation Changes: An Integrated Modelling Approach," Proceedings Issues, 2010: Climate Change in World Agriculture: Mitigation, Adaptation, Trade and Food Security, June 2010, Stuttgart- Hohenheim, Germany 91267, International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium.
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    Crop Production/Industries; Environmental Economics and Policy; International Relations/Trade; Land Economics/Use; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy;

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