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New CAP and new relationship between Food-Agriculture-Environment

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  1. The transition of CAP from a sectoral development model to a territorial development model

 The first half century of CAP will be mentioned slow and with contradiction. Cap was meant as a process to convert territory to values. Thus, territory is considered as relation between environmental resources, cultivation techniques, food tradition/local specificities. The improving of territory and genius loci occurs at a later stage (Structural Funds, PIM, Leader1, Leader 2, Leader 3, LEADER +, Agenda 2000, Fischler) through the enhancing of the so called second pillar of the CAP and the paradoxical set-aside reform. This second pillar fostered competitivity, boostering productivity and the unitary yield per hectare of cultivated lands. Only in nineties, with an extraordinary convergence of interests shared by agricultural policies of both capitalist and socialist countries, new functions are assigned to the rural areas…

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