Provision of Environmental Goods on Potentially Abandoned Land: The White Carpathians Protected Landscape Area

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2002
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"At the beginning of the transition, the economic decline of agriculture partially relaxes the pressure on the wildlife. However, the policy continued to concentrate on regulating the intensity of production rather then creating incentives to produce environmental qualities. "The article examines the organisation of the provision of landscape and wildlife in the White Carpathians protected landscape area after 1997, when the new agricultural legislation and policy recognised compensation for restrictions and has gradually introduced incentives to cultivate potentially abandoned land."
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environmental policy, agriculture, wildlife, conservation, mountain regions, protected areas, CEESA
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