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CROSS-COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT TOOL
Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP)
EC contract number 44423-CCAT
Project duration: January 2007-December 2009
EC SIXTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME Priority 8.1 Policy - oriented research - Scientific support to policies – SSP
Programme end-user meeting
13:00-13:05
Welcome (Berien Elbersen (Coordinator) Chair Roel Jongeneel)
13:05-13:10
General introduction to project (Project officer, Daniele Tissot, DG
Research)
13:10-13:20
Introduction and policy context (Roel Jongeneel)
13:20-13:50
CCAT tool, Main results and conclusions (Berien Elbersen &
Janneke Roos-KleinLankhorst)
13:50-14:15
Discussion
14:15-14:30
Break
14:30-16:00
Break-out in separate groups:
1) Economics and Animal Welfare (Chair Roel Jongeneel, Presenter
Markus Kempen)
2) Environment, Landscape and Biodiversity (Chair Jörg
Schramek; Presenters: Wim de Vries, Nadja Kasperczyk, Juan Onate)
16:00-17:00
Subgroup reporting (Markus Kempen, Jörg Schramek)
Discussion on conclusions and recommendations
Wrap-up and follow-up (Berien Elbersen); Jörg, Berien)
17:00
End
Cross Compliance Assessment Tool
Partners
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Alterra, The Netherlands
CEET, Estonia
IfLS, Germany
JRC-Ispra (IES-RWER-CC Units)
LEI, The Netherlands
UBonn-ILR, Germany
UAM, Spain
Cross Compliance Assessment Tool
Objective
• In the CCAT project an integrated assessment
is made of the effects of CC-standards on
agricultural markets, producer’s income,
consumer’s welfare, land use, soil, water, air,
climate, biodiversity and landscapes, as well as
animal welfare and public health.
• The main objective of this project is to develop
an analytical tool that enables the assessment
of the impact of (a selection of) all Statutory
Management Requirements (SMRs) and Good
Environmental and Agricultural Condition
standards falling under the EU CC-policy at
regional level.
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CCAT project in policy context
• Current policy debate
– Health Check 2008: modulation, new challenges
– The future of CAP (after 2013, new budget, rethinking
expenditure over and within pillars)
– Provision of public goods by agriculture (IEEP, vTI)
• Relevance of CCAT project
– Focuses on cross compliance standards
– Provides info on costs of compliance, degree of
compliance and reference situation
– Provides information on (physical) benefits of broad
range of standards (XC and beyond)
– Offers assessment-tool that can be used interactively
Cross Compliance Assessment Tool
Compliance-language
degree of
compliance
compliance
gap
voluntary
compliance levels
Full
compliance
100%
90%
80%
Simulated level
of compliance
75%
60%
Baseline
estimates of
compliance
30%
0%
A
arable
B
dairy
C
pigs
D
poultry
Activity
# of farms
Cross Compliance Assessment Tool

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