Publications

Total results: 11.
This is the main report of the thematic ENRD Seminar on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It overviews the policy drivers for the creation of a Green Economy, including support under the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) and a wide range of project examples from over 11 EU Member States.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It overviews regional and national approaches to implementing Green Economy projects, including links to the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).
This is the main report of the second meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It explores practical examples of Green Economy projects, their success factors and ways of successfully implementing them, including an overview of project examples in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

This issue highlights the relevance of EU Rural Development policy to wider societal challenges and the practical opportunities to deliver the greatest positive impact on the ground. It focuses on responses to the challenges of limited rural broadband internet access, global climate change and the current refugee crisis. It goes on to explore some of the new and developing EU policy tools: multi-funded CLLD; the European Fund for Strategic Investments; and the RDP Cooperation Measure.

This is the main report of the first meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It explores ways of defining the 'Green Economy', including how to 'make it real and 'make it work' and linkages to other areas, and overviews the scope for the work of the TG.

This issue examines the importance of stakeholder involvement in rural development and the methods that can be used to support it. It provides information and guidance on the main types of stakeholder groups in rural development, the EU legal basis of stakeholder involvement and ways in which it can contribute to rural development policy. The issue provides examples of good stakeholder involvement.

This issue highlights the value of the organic approach to agriculture and the rural economy, as well as its wider societal and environmental benefits. It further provides insight into the evolving European policy landscape - including a detailed profile of the European Commission’s Action Plan on the Future of Organic Production in Europe - and the course it is setting for the future of the sector.

Rural Europe plays a central role in the provision of environmental services such as preserving biodiversity, contributing to climate regulation—by reducing emissions and sequestering carbon, protecting water quality and availability, preserving soil functionality and air quality, reinforcing resilience to flooding and/or fire and maintaining landscape values.

The role of EU agriculture and rural development policies in the delivery of public goods in rural areas throughout Europe.

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