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  • File:Agriculture mega case study.ANA
    The agriculture part of the [[mega case study]].
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  • ...health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: food and agriculture. Health and Climate Series 4, The Lancet. [http://www.thelancet.com/journal ...thumb |alt=diagram from Lancet article |Figure 2:Processes in the food and agriculture system that lead to greenhouse-gas emissions and population health outcomes
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  • ...re to pollutants. Risks are often greatest for those in close proximity to agriculture (e.g. farm-workers, their families and bystanders in the local community). ...ssessment would clearly be necessary to address the full health impacts of agriculture.
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  • ...world foodstuffs are distributed across huge areas, any issue relating to agriculture ultimately affects a large and scattered range of consumers. The complexity ...ropean and international agencies || European Commission (Directorates for Agriculture, Environment, Health); WHO, FAO || Risk management and regulation; risk com
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  • ...pping was used to help explore the possible scope of the issues related to agriculture. Mind-mapping started by defining the key links in the causal chain (sourc
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  • *[[Computation of health impact indicators for agriculture]]
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  • ...ted from specific sources. The health impact indicators developed for the agriculture case study were: risk, attributable burden of disease and disability-adjust ...represents the consequences of relative severity of each disease. In the agriculture case study, DALYs were calcuated for particulates.
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  • ...mputed on the basis of specific livestock units and [[Emission factors for agriculture|endotoxin emission factors]]. ...rom individual crop and livestock sources for which [[Emission factors for agriculture|PM emission factors were compiled.]]
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  • ...ns done using alternative modelling techniques (see [[Focal sum modelling: agriculture]]).
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  • Using agriculture as an example, the following illustrates how the focal sum method can be ap
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  • ...ials like straw, but also animal plumage and skin. PM emission from arable agriculture mainly stem from harvest operations. Additionally, depending on soil moistu ...d for Thessaly and C. Macedonia is shown [[Modelling contaminant releases: agriculture|here]].
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  • Uncertainty in the agriculture case study is organized in two steps: ...vant competent authorities at the national and European level (Ministry of Agriculture, European Commission – DG Environment, DG Entreprise).
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  • File:Agriculture uncertainty matrix.pdf
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  • ...nvironment or Health, but also Transportation, Education, Housing, Energy, Agriculture, and Defense. Each has its critical primary mandate, but each influences es
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  • * Waste waters, agriculture, and air pollution are the three main sources of nutrient pollution. <ref>
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  • ...for national food safety authorities. World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.
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  • ...isks and consequences, in support of European policy in transport, energy, agriculture, industry, household and waste treatment and disposal. ...identification’) are derived from sector scenarios in transport, energy, agriculture, industry, households and waste treatment and disposal, that are combined a
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  • ..., the system is unsustainable, and a crisis related to politics, economy, agriculture, or citizen awareness will sooner or later spread to the state functions at ...rogram: In the crisis, the ownership continuity and current facilities for agriculture collapse. These must be reorganised quickly to prevent the loss of the next
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  • ...The [[:fi:Maa- ja elintarviketalouden tutkimuskeskus|Research Institute of Agriculture (Maatalouden tutkimuskeskus, MTT)]] took the role of a transition agent in ...ted to quickly diffuse the idea of fertility measurements into the Finnish agriculture. Therefore he and his colleagues went to meet such members of the Parliamen
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  • agriculture|fields|maatalous|pellot|1 agriculture|farm animals|maatalous|kotieläimet|1
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  • ...tion of the world, climate change, oil dependency in all sectors including agriculture are each a major challenge. Now we should develop compatible policies for a
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  • File:Agriculature mega case study.png
    Causal diagram for the agriculture [[mega case study]].
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  • ...emphasis on building heating/cooling, electricity use, and road transport; agriculture; water supply. ===Agriculture sub-assessment===
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  • File:Agriculture mega case study.ANA
    The agriculture part of the [[mega case study]].
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  • ...s the average exposure to pesticides and herbicides via direct exposure in agriculture in Europe per year? The exposure is calculated for the whole population, i. * [[:image:Agriculture mega case study.ANA|Agriculture mega case study.ANA]]
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  • ...The exogenous scenarios concern the rate of economic growth, the share of agriculture in Gross Regional Product, the population growth, autonomous energy efficie ...The exogenous scenarios concern the rate of economic growth, the share of agriculture in Gross Regional Product, the population growth, autonomous energy efficie
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  • (1) Agriculture etc, (2) Coal, (3) Oil & Gas etc, (4) Other Mining, (5) Food, Drink & Tobac
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  • (1) Agriculture etc, (2) Coal, (3) Oil & Gas etc, (4) Other Mining, (5) Food, Drink & Tobac
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  • ..., (9) Non Metallic Min Products, (10) Chemicals, (11) Metal products, (12) Agriculture & Industrial Machines, (13) Office Machines, (14) Electrical Goods, (15) Tr
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  • * Tertiary (F,E), Residantial (F,E), Agriculture (F,E) ...sinks modules of the POLES model and its linkage with dedicated models for agriculture and land-use. It also dealt with the design of medium-term (2010) and long-
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  • Agriculture: Agriculture is predetermined into 6 predefined sectors, or the user can define 10 agric
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  • [[Category:Agriculture]] .... Product and activity coverage are in line with the Economic Accounts for Agriculture (EAA) by a combined top down / bottom up approach.
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  • * Agriculture: [http://en.opasnet.org/w/CAPRI CAPRI]
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  • (1) Agriculture, (2) Coal, (3) Petroleum Refineries, (4) Distribution of Gaseous Fuels - Ma (1) Agriculture, (2) Coal, (3) Oil, (4) Natural Gas, (5) Electricity, (6) Ferrous and Non F
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  • Materials, Agriculture and foodstuffs, Energy-intensive goods, Consumption goods, Capital goods an ...into the GTAP database. For many issues the following sectors are covered: Agriculture, Energy, Other Raw materials, Food processing, Textiles, Chemicals, Basic M
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  • * Employee social security contributions (General, Agriculture, Self-Employment, Unemployment, Part-time Employment, Training and Public S
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  • ...sector and of the induced benefits; regions heavily relying on tourism or agriculture).<ref name="regi">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the Europe
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  • b. Agriculture, concerning improved market opening and reduction of trade-distorting suppo
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  • *Air emissions from Agriculture<ref name="airq"/>
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  • ...ment&root=REF_TB_environment/t_env/t_env_wat/ten00007 Water abstracted for agriculture]
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  • ...a high population density, concentrated industrial activity and intensive agriculture. Main problem areas are biological pollutants (organic matter), mostly rela
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  • ...wide range of sources, e.g. urban sprawl and population growth, intensive agriculture, extension of road, rail and electricity networks, over-exploitation of res ...Policy is an important step towards reducing the environmental impacts of agriculture by cutting the links between subsidies and production levels. Also, the ref
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  • ...ng greenfields are e.g. landfills, new construction, recreation, mining or agriculture. Human development does on the whole globe continuously encroach on virgin
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  • ...use (for example, the divide between rural and urban, or change in type of agriculture)?<ref name="use">JRC: IA TOOLS. Supporting inpact assessment in the Europea ...s been declining for many years, which poses two major problems: intensive agriculture is concentrated in favoured areas and the environment gets even more strain
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  • ...clining since many years. This retreat poses two major problems: intensive agriculture is concentrated in favoured areas, leading to greater discharges of pestici
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  • ...genetically modified organisms declines significant and therefore the EEA Agriculture Indicator "Share of organic farming in total agricultural area" may provide *[http://themes.eea.eu.int/Sectors_and_activities/agriculture/indicators/organic/index_html Share of organic farming in total agricultura
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  • ...pact on food safety and quality and that regulatory and support systems in agriculture must adapt accordingly.<ref name="welf"/> ...t of animal welfare when drafting and applying the Community's policies on agriculture, transport, internal market and research. This Protocol defines animals as
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  • ...logy industries (for instance biotechnological developments cannot replace agriculture; nor can a laser technology completely substitute for cutting activities in
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  • | '''Agriculture
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  • ...change are presented for climate-sensitive systems and activities such as agriculture, water resources and natural ecosystems. With this (prototype) version of t
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  • |description=AGR (agriculture)
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  • Agriculture & forestry;
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  • ...tion of the world, climate change, oil dependency in all sectors including agriculture are each a major challenge. Now we should develop compatible policies for a
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  • | [[WP3.3 Agricultural land use|Intarese WP3.3 Agriculture]] | Housing, Agriculture, Drinking water, Climate change, Outdoor air, ETS-CL, Claih, Bioher, Hiwate
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  • ...isks and consequences, in support of European policy in transport, energy, agriculture, industry, household and waste treatment and disposal. ...identification’) are derived from sector scenarios in transport, energy, agriculture, industry, households and waste treatment and disposal, that are combined a
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  • * agriculture and fishery (representatives) Pretty, Jules N. (2007) - Participatory learning for suitable agriculture. - in World Development 23(8) pp.1247-1263
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  • ...ing the Forest Service Strategic Plan (2000 revision)". U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. http://www.evri.ca/english/default.htm
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  • and effects to consider in assessing the health impacts of agriculture and land use: should the scope ...tainty: Risk, politics, and genetically modified crops – a case of rape. Agriculture
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  • ...gion around the common borders of the Czech Republic, Poland and Germany), agriculture (crop yield, pests and diseases, carbon cycle), and forestry (management, c
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  • ...health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: food and agriculture. Health and Climate Series 4, The Lancet. [http://www.thelancet.com/journal ...thumb |alt=diagram from Lancet article |Figure 2:Processes in the food and agriculture system that lead to greenhouse-gas emissions and population health outcomes
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  • Forest Resources Assessment of the Food and Agriculture Organization and proper * FAO Food and Agriculture Organization
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  • * [[Food and agriculture related climate and health impacts]]
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  • ...TIMES model) for energy, transport, industry and waste and IIASA GAINS for agriculture, waste and product use, e.g. solvent use.
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  • |Agriculture &amp; forestry
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  • File:Energy supply in Europe.xls
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  • 3. Agriculture 10 000 kWh/a, 3 x 35 A
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  • ...rvey of phenolic compounds produced in citrus. United States Department of Agriculture.
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  • ...ther waste of timber. More and more forest was cleared to provide land for agriculture, but without the stabilizing influence of the trees, the soil was quickly e
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  • ...onments and disease that the turning point was in fact the introduction of agriculture and pastorialism about 10,000 years ago. It guaranteed food for more people ...st (goats and sheep were tamed about 10,000 years ago), and very soon also agriculture started to develop.
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  • ...was below 10 million, not 6,000 million. It is cultural development, first agriculture, then industrial culture, that has allowed the world to feed an almost thou
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  • The insecticides used in agriculture are nerve poisons with the exception of some mineral oils. Their mechanisms ...Since pyrethroids are expensive to produce, they are not commonly used in agriculture. Due to their rapid elimination, any small residues in products are not pro
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  • ...for particles, NOx, SO2 and VOCs. Factors from several categories, such as agriculture, transport, combustion, and industrial processess are covered in European
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  • ...iven to substances having a wide use in public health programmes and/or in agriculture, or having a high or an unusual toxicity record. The data sheets are prepa
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  • ...their use at the "shop floor" level by workers and employers in factories, agriculture, construction and other work places. Includes occupational exposure limit v
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  • ...ial resolution of 25 hectares. The categories include artificial surfaces, agriculture, forest and natural areas, wetlands and water bodies. The CORINE data are p ...ial resolution of 25 hectares. The categories include artificial surfaces, agriculture, forest and natural areas, wetlands and water bodies (Table 1). The CORINE
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  • | Irrigated Agriculture
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  • ...o over 3 million time-series and cross sectional data relating to food and agriculture. FAOSTAT contains data for 200 countries and more than 200 primary products
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  • ...oad, railway, air and waterways, for land-use (breakdown by main category (agriculture, forest and wooded land, built-up and related land, wet open lands, dry ope ...s; insecticides include acaricides. Other active ingredient groups used in agriculture such as molluscicides, nematicides and growth regulators are not covered.
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  • ...ial resolution of 25 hectares. The categories include artificial surfaces, agriculture, forest and natural areas, wetlands and water bodies. The CORINE data are p ...hen updated ever five years from 1980 onwards. Breakdown by main category (agriculture, forest and wooded land, built-up and related land, wet open lands, dry ope
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  • ...iltering into the ground water. In Central Europe where there is intensive agriculture, some glyphosate has been detected in ground water, whereas in the Nordic c
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  • ...by occasional crises becoming worse and worse. An excellent example is the agriculture in the Midwest states of the United States. Large tracts of prairie were pu
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  • ...by their construction of luxury buildings and pursuing a highly efficient agriculture based on irrigation in a very fragile environment. In good years, the popul ...never learned to consume fish; instead they tried desperately to maintain agriculture and animal production in the hostile conditions of Greenland. Moreover they
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  • ...| [http://www.agridept.gov.lk/index.php Audio Visual Centre, Department of Agriculture]
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  • 6|Agriculture |2010|24.36|0.25
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  • ::*Defining the question: an example from agriculture ::*Defining the stakeholders: an example from agriculture
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  • ...erned with health. Many other forms of policy (e.g. on energy, transport, agriculture, urban development) also have the capacity to affect health, albeit uninten
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  • Crops; and the database by United States Department of Agriculture. If a scientific name is not found
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  • *Agriculture 10 000 kWh/a, 3 x 35 A
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  • : * Viet Nam Agriculture and Total had "F". The original source did not explain what "F" means.
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  • Energy|Final energy use|Other sectors|Item|Agriculture & forestry
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  • ...ers emissions from buildings and the power-plant, other emissions from the agriculture and traffic are not represented in the answer|--[[User:Adedayo|Adedayo]] 15 Agriculture|2010|24.36|0.25
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  • Agriculture, second ed. Oxford University Press. US Agriculture. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
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  • European Union; FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization; FOSIE, Food Safety in Europe: Risk Assessment of Chemicals in
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  • deaths due to agriculture emissions decreased by 70% in |Agriculture
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  • Authority; FAO, [United Nations] Food and Agriculture Organization; FOSIE, food safety in Europe: risk assessment of chemicals in agriculture organization of the United Nations in collaboration with the World
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  • agriculture and in food processing, to name a few. Although microorganisms
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  • ...nic and irreversible. Global industrialization, urbanization and intensive agriculture, together with growing patterns of unsustainable consumption and environmen
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  • Agriculture 27 (3), 153–156. Agriculture.
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