The impact of free trade on the environment and the employment of environmental policies as non-tariff protectionist policies are topics which are currently receiving a great deal of attention. Proponents of freer trade insist that, by leading to higher growth rates and per capita incomes, trade increases the demand for environmental quality and helps poor countries escape the poverty-generated pollution trap. The purpose of this book is to discuss the current and future issues surrounding agriculture and its relationship to trade, sustainability and the environment. It is based on selected papers from an international conference entitled `European Agriculture at the Crossroads: Competition and Sustainability' held in Crete in 1996 and further updated with the European Commission's Agenda 2000 in mind. Written by leading authorities from Europe and the USA, this book is essential reading for researchers and policy makers in agricultural economics, rural sociology, the environment and European studies.
1: International Trade, Environment and the CAP: Complex Relationships, M R Redclift et al. The International Framework2: The International Trade Framework: Obstacles and Options for a Transition to Sustainable Agriculture, K W Steininger3: Free Trade, Economic Recovery and the Global Environment, M R Redclift4: Freedom to Farm: Agricultural Policy Liberalisation in the US and EU, C Potter and D E Ervin5: CAP Reforms and the Environment6: Trade, Environment and the CAP: A Critical Perspective, J Nekakis7: Agricultural Liberalisation and the `Double Dividend', C Potter8: Trade Liberalisation and European Agriculture: Opportunities and Risks for the Rural Environment, H-C Beaumond and A Barnett9: Slaying the Dragon? The Impact of the WTO Agreement on the CAP, F Smith10: The Future11: US Agri-environmental Policies and their Impact on Competitiveness and Environmental Quality, P Crosson and D E Ervin12: Aspects of Environment and Food Security in European Agricultural Policy, G Weinschenck13: Europe's Cereals Sector and World Trade Requirements to 2030, N Alexandratos and J Bruinsma14: Beyond Agriculture? Towards Sustainable Modernisation, T Marsden
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