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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Call for tenders for a study on the contribution of CAP measures to

The European Commission has launched a call for tenders for a study on "Addressing Biodiversity and Habitat Preservation through Measures applied under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)".
The objective of this study is to identify and assess CAP measures concerning their contribution to the preservation of biodiversity and habitats. The study should provide a robust understanding of the relationships between agricultural land use practices and the state of biodiversity and habitats. It should describe and assess CAP measures and their specific implementation at the level of Members States and regions. And it should identify the most relevant economic and institutional context factors that favour the preservation and enhancement of biodiversity and habitats.The study will in particular concentrate on the diversity of natural, structural and economic situations in analysing the factors that determine success or failure of CAP measures preserving and enhancing habitat values and biodiversity. It will also assess how the objective of preserving biodiversity and habitats is pursued in interaction with other policy objectives. Particular attention will be paid to the sustainability perspective, which requires a meaningful balance between economic, social, and environmental objectives.The maximum budget attributed to this project is € 300 000. The deadline for submitting offers is 6 August 2010.The Commission intends to award the contract before the end of 2010. The contractor will have to carry out the study within 10 months from the signature of the contract.

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