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Given the budgetary importance of M13, the Slovak evaluators decided (on the request of the Programme MA) to evaluate separately secondary effects of this individual measure on agricultural farms supported under FA 2A.This separate evaluation was carried out by applying a counterfactual analysis based on statistical matching techniques, i.e. binary PSM-DID and the Generalized Propensity Score Matching (GPSM) and is discussed in this Factsheet.

The purpose of this thematic evaluation was to achieve a better assessment of C.40 and I.11 or gross nutrient balance (GNB) on agricultural land. In the case of Hungary, national balance levels often mask the share of extreme positive and negative dissolved nitrogen (DN) and dissolved phosphorus (DP) data, both of which may cause environmental risks.

This Factsheet describes what are National Inventory Reports (NIRs) and why they are essential for the assessment of GHG emissions. This factsheet further describes and explores the different tier methodologies used for the assessment of GHG emissions. 

This factsheet focuses on the approach and methodologies used in the evaluation support study published by the European Commission on the impact of the CAP on habitats, landscapes, and biodiversity. 

This factsheet focuses on the assessment of pesticide utilisation load in Estonia. 

This factsheet focuses on the evaluation of water abstraction conducted in the region of Thessaly. This assessment was completed in roughly one month and the results were used to report on this indicator in the AIR 2019 together with the results from a larger macro level assessment.

This factsheet focuses on the assessment of synergies in the Slovak RDP 2014-2020.

This factsheet focuses on the assessment of RDP impacts on soil organic carbon content and erosion in the Czech Republic.