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Climate Change - 'Part of the Solution'
Our sector, representing farmers, land managers and associated businesses, is a central part of the response to the growing threat posed by climate change. We recognise the role played by agriculture and rural land use in the wider context of global...
[Policy Work/Policy Reports] - [10 December 2007]
Climate Change and the European Countryside: Impacts on Land Management and Response Strategies
This report, part of the wider CLIO (Climate Impacts and Options) project, is based on a detailed study of 21 rural estates, representing a board range of biogeographical regions across Europe.
[Policy Work/Policy Reports] - [25 August 2006]
Climate Change and The Rural Economy
This policy statement draws on the work of the CLA Climate Change Working Group. It focuses on the potential impact of climate change on owners and managers of rural businesses in England and Wales. It proposes ways to mitigate these impacts and to...
[Policy Work/Policy Reports] - [3 August 2005]
Testing the practicalities of a broad stewardship scheme: a joint report prepared by CLA and RSPB, june 2002
One of the principal recommendations of the Curry report was the introduction of an entry level agri-environment scheme which would be accessible to all farmers, to encouraged good environmental practice across the countryside. To coincide with DEFRA's...
[Policy Work/Policy Reports] - [19 December 2002]
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