By Floor Brouwer, C. Martijn van der Heide
The expanding call for for rural land and its typical assets is developing pageant and conflicts. Many events, together with farmers, nature conservationists, rural citizens and travelers, compete for a similar house. particularly in densely populated parts, agriculture, sport, city and suburban progress and infrastructure improvement exert a relentless strain on rural components. simply because land is a finite source, spatial regulations that are formulated and applied to extend the world allotted to 1 use suggest a lessen in land on hand for different makes use of. for this reason, at many destinations, multi-purpose land use is changing into more and more very important. This thought of multi-purpose land use is mirrored within the time period 'multifunctionality'. This quantity offers insights into workable recommendations of sustainable administration practices permitting a number of features sustained by way of agriculture and usual assets in rural parts. It exhibits how the agricultural financial system and rules can stability and take care of those competing calls for and contains quite a few case reviews from Europe, North the US and constructing international locations.
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Retiring land provides the most benefits possible, although often at the highest cost. On the other hand, conservation on land in production usually provides relatively fewer benefits at lower price tags. Finally, how do agri-environmental policies interact among themselves and with other government policies? Whether agri-environmental programmes should substitute or complement traditional commodity programmes has been a subject of debate in recent years. Similarly, whether taking land out of production should dominate spending on other conservation programmes is also an unsettled issue.
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To protect farmland, countries use different land use policies. Geerte Cotteleer and her co-authors look specifically at two jurisdictions: The Netherlands and a particularly rich farming area in British Columbia, Canada. For these areas the authors investigate how the institutions and laws present in these jurisdictions contribute to agricultural land preservation. Chapter 6 provides an analysis of farmland values in a GIS-based hedonic pricing framework to answer this question. This combination enables an analysis of the direct impacts of laws and regulations within the hedonic pricing framework.
Multifunctional Rural Land Management: Economics and Policies by Floor Brouwer, C. Martijn van der Heide