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Common Agriculture Policy role and value in a changing world. Food-agriculture-environment as key factors in order to get through the current global economic crisis


Organizers

Maria Gemma Grillotti, University of Campus Biomedico di Roma (Italy)
Ana Firmino, University of Lisbon (Portugal)


Description

EU farm policy - known as the Common Agriculture Policy - holds a great value on a worldwide scale having carried out a fundamental role in the proposal of a new model of integrated and sustainable [territorial]  development, pursued through: interventions aimed at regional systems, improvement of the rural landscape and  protection of  high quality  food processing products.

The role and value of the Common Agriculture EU farm policy - known as the common agriculture policy - holds a great value on a worldwide scale having carried out a fundamental role in the proposal of a new model of integrated and sustainable [territorial]  development, pursued through: interventions aimed at regional systems, improvement of the rural landscape and  protection of  high quality  food processing products. The role and value of the Common Agriculture Policy are actually considered in danger, since the agricultural sector is increasingly facing new challenges such as  comparing and contrasting food crops and no food crops, so that the old dilemma between quality/quantity of the agrarian production appears again. What kind of, and how  many results, the incentives of the common agriculture policy achieved, concerning “the agricultural best practices”? Diffusion of renewable Energy, how many outcomes  achieved in agricultural areas? Climate changes, environmental damages due to excessive agricultural production, rural areas abandonment, increasing demand for quality label food processing production,  the current economic crisis, need a completely new approach to the primary sector. Will the next Reform (2014 – 2018) be able to satisfy at the same time the requirements of sustainability and food safe? The failure of trust in financial investments is inducing people all over the world to revalue  real estate: farmland, countryside houses, traditional rural buildings,  activities in holiday accomodation capacity, and wine and food promotion.

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Slot 1
Chair: Ana Firmino, Maria Gemma grillotti
Discussant: Adrea Sonnino, FAO, Italy

Presentation n. 1
Title: The incoherence between agriculture and water policies in Andalusia: a Societal Metabolism perspective
Author(s): Violeta CABELLO

Presentation n. 2
Title: Territorial identity and rurality
Author(s): Maria FIORI

Presentation n. 3
Title: The Relationship between Food – Agriculture – Environment compared with the new Common Agriculture Policy
Author(s): Maria Gemma GRILLOTTI

Presentation n. 4
Title: The Controversial Common Agricultural Policy: how to get through the current global economic crisis?
Author(s): Ana FIRMINO

POSTER
Title: Environmental study to obtain quality wines
Author(s): Ramón BIENES, Andrés GARCÍA-DÍAZ, Manuel RODRÍGUEZ-RASTRERO GUMUZZIO, Blanca SASTRE

Slot 2
Chair: Ana Firmino, Maria Gemma Grillotti
Discussant: Adrea Sonnino, FAO, Italy

Presentation n. 1
Title: Promotion and touristic development of the rural areas through audiovisual products
Author(s): Maria Dina LOMBARDI

Presentation n. 2
Title: Perspectives and Role of Agriculture in the context of themcurrent worldwide crisis
Author(s): Maria Patrizia MARINO

Presentation n. 3
Title: New rurality and high quality agriculture in Apulia Region
Author(s): Liberata NICOLETTI

Presentation n. 4
Title: Biomass Power, Agriculture and Sustainability. A case study in the hills of Northern Campania.
Author(s): Andrea RIGGIO, Pierluigi DE FELICE,

Presentation n. 5
Title: From fields to the table: food security as a fundamental objective. The case of Capitanata.
Author(s): Rosanna RUSSO

Presentation n. 6
Title: Rural tourism as cultural tourism
Author(s): Kostantina TATSIOS

Slot 3
Chair: Ana Firmino, Maria Gemma Grillotti
Discussant: Adrea Sonnino, FAO, Italy

Presentation n. 1
Title: Agriculture and rural life for the preservation and promotion of inland areas: the case of the Subappennino Dauno (Apulia)
Author(s): Anna BOZZI

Presentation n. 2
Title: The Beautiful Agricultural Landscape of Molise as a Resource for Tourism
Author(s): Carmen Silva CASTAGNOLI

Presentation n. 3
Title: Food Processing Products of non - European Countries with Eu labels PDO and PGI
Author(s): Giuseppina ESPOSITO

Presentation n. 4
Title: The new PAC (Common Agricultural Policy) and the agricultural systems of Molise
Author(s): Loredana MASTROBERARDINO

Presentation n. 5
Title: The impact of the Common Agricultural Policy on the company's choices for quality wine production in the Basso Tavoliere (Puglia): a case study
Author(s): Biagia PAPAGNO

Presentation n. 6
Title: The spaces and ethics in the Common Agricultural Policy
Author(s): Isabella VARRASO


Session code:
S06

The session is linked to the IGU Commission "Sustainability of Rural Systems", Research Group GECOAGRI (Comparative Geography of European and Extra-European Agricultural Areas).

 

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Sergio Conti
Gino
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Franco
Farinelli
Henk
Ottens
Franco
Salvatori
Lidia
Scarpelli

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Sandra Leonardi
Marco Maggioli
Fiippo Randelli
Alessandro Ricci
Andrea Riggio
Claudia Robiglio
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