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The role and significance of voluntary agri-environmental advisory services in minimising water pollution from the agricultural sector

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The role and significance of voluntary agri-environmental advisory services in minimising water pollution from the agricultural sector

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6 December 2007
Riga
Latvia

At an international expert seminar Thomas Dworak gave a presentation on the role and significance of voluntary agri-environmental advisory services in minimising water pollution from the agricultural sector in the Baltic Sea Region. His presentation and a short note are available for download.

On 6 and 7 December 2007 the County Administrative Board of Stockholm and the Latvian Rural Advisory and Training Centre in co-operation with several Latvian and Swedish Ministries  organised an international expert and policy seminar on agri-environmental extension services around the Baltic Sea. The seminar aimed to increase the focus upon agri-environmental extension services as a cost-effective and necessary instrument to minimise environmental – notably water – impact from the agriculture sector.

In this context Thomas Dworak gave a presentation on the role and significance of voluntary agri-environmental advisory services in minimising water pollution from the agricultural sector. The presentation [pdf, 148 KB, English] and a short note [pdf, 102 KB, English] are available for download.


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Speaker
Date
6 December 2007
Location
Riga, Latvia
Keywords
Water Framework Directive, Agri-environmental extension services, Baltic Sea, CAP