Kosten-baten analyse van reductiemaatregelen voor nutrientenemissie uit de landbouw

Hilde Wustenberghs, Steven Broekx, Kor Van Hoof, Dakerlia Claeys, Tom D'Heygere, Joost D'Hooghe, Rein Dessers, Tom Huysmans, Ludwig Lauwers, Erika Meynaerts, Peter Vercaemst

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In intensive animal husbandry areas surface water N and P concentrations often remain too high. The Water Framework Directive calls for additional nutrient emission abatement measures. Therefore, costs and benefits for possible agricul-tural measures in Flanders were first analysed in terms of soil balance surplus. Finally, abatement measures for agriculture, households and industry were set off against each other and ranked accor-ding to their cost-efficiency by the Environmental Costing Model. Increased dairy cattle efficiency, winter cover crops and increased pig feed efficiency turn out very cost efficient. Other agricultural measures are less cost efficient than for instance collective treatment for households and industry.
TaalEngels
Aantal pagina's5
StatusGepubliceerd - 2008
Evenement7th Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists - Gent, België
Duur: 26-aug-200829-aug-2008
http://www.meetings.be/EAAE2008

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Congres7th Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists
LandBelgië
StadGent
Periode26/08/0829/08/08
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