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European union emissions trading system with regard to climate change mitigation in Latvia

October 2003 Establishing a Scheme for Greenhouse Gas Emission Allowance Trading Within the Community and Amending Council Directive 96/61/EC, OJ L 275, 25.10.2003 [Consolidated version of Directive with amendments until 23 April 2009]. [Accessed 01.03.2012.]. Available: http://eurlex. europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri =CONSLEG:2003L0087: 20090625:EN:PDF. 8. Judgment of the General Court of 22 March 2011 - Republic of Latvia v Commission (Case T-369/07), Official Journal of the European Union, C 139/15, 07.05.2011 9. Latvian

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The perception of the European Union by the farmers of Lubelskie voivodeship: the results of survey-based research

The perception of the European Union by the farmers of Lubelskie voivodeship: the results of survey-based research

The paper presents the results of questionnaire surveys, which were conducted among farmers. Surveys were conducted from May to August 2007 in the eastern part of Poland, in Lubelskie voivodeship. This is the voivodeship, where an agriculture plays significant role in comparison with other regions of the country. Additionally, the lowest support to integration with European Union was noticed in the public referendum. However, according to the questionnaire surveys, the farmers gave bigger support for ratification the Treaty. The results of research answers the question how farmers in Lubelskie voivodeship perceive the European Union 3 years after the access. In addition, we could indicate, which factors cause increase and which one cause decrease in the support for the European Union.

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The Leader Approach Across The European Union: One Method of Rural Development, Many Forms of Implementation

innovation activities as a means for changing development perspectives – An assessment of more than two decades of promoting LEADER initiatives across the European Union. Studies in Agricultural Economics , 118, 30–37. DOI: 10.7896/j.1535. [13] Dax, T., Strahl, W., Kirwan, J. & Maye, D. (2016). The Leader programme 2007–2013: Enabling or disabling social innovation and neo-endogenous development? Insights from Austria and Ireland. European Urban and Regional Studies , 23(1), 56–68. DOI: 10.1177/0969776413490425. [14] Delin, M. (2012). The role of farmers in

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The influence of European Union single area payments and less favoured area payments on the Latvian landscape

The influence of European Union single area payments and less favoured area payments on the Latvian landscape

At the end of the 20th century, following the collapse of centralised planned economy of the Soviet Union, the disintegration of collective type of agriculture and the restoration of lands to their pre-war owners, Latvia experienced widespread abandonment of agricultural lands and their gradual re-colonisation by woodland. It has been assumed that following the accession by Latvia to the European Union in 2004 and the incorporation of the agricultural system into the Common Agricultural Policy would stop or reverse the process of land abandonment. The conclusion from examining five geographically diverse rural municipalities is that so far the single area payments have had little effect on hilly mosaic type landscape structure, or on the process of land abandonment.

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Improved Project Management via Advancement in Evaluation Methodology of Regional Cooperation Environmental Projects

īstenošanas vietā 2007. - 2013.gada plānošanas periodā. Available at: http://www.esfondi.lv/upload/00- vadlinijas/12.2_Metodika_140_2010_05_14_3v.pdf 17. European Commission proposal for the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework 2011. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 16 p. 18. Glossary of Key Terms in Evaluation and Results Based Management, OECD, 2002, 40 p., 19. Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results. United Nations Development Programme, 2002, 232 p

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Agriculture and landscape in the 21st century Europe: the post-communist transition

and biodiversity. Annals of Applied Biology 146: 163-75. Getimis, P. (2003). Improving the European Union regional policy by learning from the past in view of enlargement. European Planning Studies 11(1), 77-87. DOI: 10.1080/09654310303662 Gray, J. (2000). The common agricultural policy and the reinvention of the rural in the European community. Sociologia Ruralis 40(1), 30-52. Holloway, L., R. Cox, L. Venn, M. Kneafsey, L. Dowler & H. Tuomainen (2006). Managing sustainable farmed

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Monitoring framework for assessing changes of the Estonian rural landscape in adopting European agricultural policies

biodiversity. Annals of Applied Biology 146(2), 163-175, DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7348.2005.040078.x Getimis, P. (2003). Improving the European Union regional policy by learning from the past in view of enlargement. European Planning Studies 11(1), 77-87. DOI: 10.1080/09654310303662 Gray, J. (2000). The common agricultural policy and the reinvention of the rural in the European community. Sociologia Ruralis 40(1), 30-52. Holloway, L., Cox, R., Venn, L., Kneafsey, M., Dowler, L. & Tuomainen, H

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European Union agri-food quality schemes for the protection and promotion of geographical indications and traditional specialities: an economic perspective

Fruit and Vegetable Producers’ Cooperative, IX Wojewódzkie Święto Kwitnącej Wiśni, Plantpress, Nowe. European Commissi on, notice No 2009/C 104/09. Publication of an application pursuant to Article 6(2) of Council Regulation (EC) No 510/2006 on the protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs, ‘Wiśnia Nadwiślanka’. Official Journal of the European Union, 2009. European Commission, 2011. Europe, the taste of quality, Europe values the diversity of its quality products. European Commission

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Analysis of Energy Intensive Enterprises under EU Emission Trading System in Latvia

Analysis of Energy Intensive Enterprises under EU Emission Trading System in Latvia

Climate change and global warming has become one of the main topics worldwide. The European Union Emission Trading System (EU ETS) was established to limit climate change, providing regulations which encourage companies to invest in cleaner production and more energy efficient production. Latvian energy intensive enterprises are operating under the EU ETS from the year 2005.

The main goal of this paper is to provide an analysis of energy intensive installations in terms of their energy efficiency. Additionally, an analysis of EU ETS phase III which will start to operate in 2013 under new, more stringent rules has been conducted by modelling three Latvian energy intensive enterprise operations under this phase and estimating the barriers to meet the goal of the EU ETS phase III.

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Changes in the Standard of Living in Rural Population of Poland in the Period of the Eu Membership

estimates of quality of life in Italian cities. Regional Studies, 48, 1404-1418. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2012.712206. [13] Crescenzi, R. (2009). Undermining the principle of concentration? European Union regional policy and the socio-economic disadvantage of European regions. Regional Studies, 43, 111-133. DOI: 10.1080/00343400801932276. [14] Cutter, S. L. (1985). Rating places: a geographers view on quality of live. Washington: Association of American Geographers. [15] Czapiewski, K., Bański, J. & Górczyńska, M. (2016). The

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