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|Title (Primary)||The EU’s Common Agricultural Policy could be spent much more efficiently to address challenges for farmers, climate, and biodiversity|
|Author||Pe'er, G.; Lakner, S.;|
|POF III (all)||T11;|
|Abstract||In this issue of One Earth, Scown et al. assess the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy’s payment distributions.
Their findings indicate strong biases, requiring the EU to address payment inequality among farmers and to
target subsidies specifically toward reversing environmental degradation, decarbonizing agriculture, and
halting biodiversity losses.
|Persistent UFZ Identifier||https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=23544|
|Pe'er, G., Lakner, S. (2020):
The EU’s Common Agricultural Policy could be spent much more efficiently to address challenges for farmers, climate, and biodiversity
One Earth 3 (2), 173 - 175