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The Agricultural Law of the EU, currently in its second edition, is an updated version of the distinguished work on European Union (EU) agricultural law, and it lays emphasis on the radical changes that have brought about the progressive development of the common agricultural policy to embrace the food chain as a whole. Albeit the new edition retains the same objective and methodology, the author presents a fresh overview of the field as it now exists, including the impact of the latest reform measures up to 2021 and their ramifications for the future.
What’s in this book:
Imparting in-depth awareness of the multifunctional character of agriculture today – its importance for environmental protection, preservation of biodiversity, public health, mitigation of climate change and rural development, as well as its international obligations – the book furnishes exceptional insight and clarifications on the following key legal details:
How this will help you:
Considering that approximately one-third of the EU’s budget is spent on agriculture – and that European legislation on agriculture is complex and sizable and case law is abounding – this well-structured and coherent elucidation will prove to be invaluable to any practitioner dealing with a case involving agriculture anywhere in the EU. The author’s reflections on the meaning and significance of EU agricultural law will be highly appreciated by academics aware of the growing intricacy of the field.