Agrarian landscape in Europe (agrarian activities (general characteristics…
Agrarian landscape in Europe
the continental climate region
farming is specialised in silviculture.
in the central and southern regions are cultivation of cereal crops.
plants for industrial use and animal fodder.
the oceanic climate region
is the Western Europe's most important region.
predominanceof intensive livestock farming with dairy and meat production.
animal fodder and cereal crops are also grown.
the mediterranean region
it offers traditional dryland agriculture.
based in th three main mediterranean crops
intensive irrigated agriculture
plants for ndustrial uses
as well as polytunnel crops
EU agricultural policy
the coountries that form the EU have adopted a CAP
it has three aims
to guarantee the supply of safe, varied and quality food
to contribute to sustainable growth by balancing competitiveness and enviromental care.
and to maintain population and employment levels in agrarian areas.
agrarian activities are undertaken across the European continent
the agrarian landscape is characterised by
and their level of echnological development
However, agriculture has been implemented and its products are intended for sale on national, European and global markets.
the main problems are
and the avoidance of over-production, envirometal damage and the abandonment of agrarian activities.
Fhising in Europe
the main fishing countries are Noway, Denmark and Russia, where the majority of the production is devoted
the porblems faced by fishing in Europe are the
excessive capacity of the fleet
and the danger of exhausting supplies of certain species.
the common fisheries policy
the EU has sought to resolve the aforementioned problems by implementing a CFP.
the CAP are to guarantee the supply of a safe varied and quality fish supply.
combine competititveness with the protection of marine resources.
and maintain employment and population levels in the fishing regions.