Ist dasDVL-Modell "Gemeinwohlprämie" als potenzielle Ökoregelung der GAP nach 2020geeignet?

Norbert Röder, Birgit Laggner, Karin Reiter, Frank Offermann
2021 unpublished
In this scientific opinion, the authors, on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, examine whether and to what extent the model of the Public Goods Bonus developed by the German Landcare Association is suitable for implementation as Eco-Scheme within the CAP after 2020. For this purpose, we analyse the legal and administrative feasibility and the environmental effectiveness with a focus on biodiversity and climate protection. In addition, we estimate the effects on individual
more » ... rm incomes and the effect on farm and regional redistribution of support payments. In principle, the approach of the public goods premium is suitable to promote the provision of public goods services via the instrument of eco-schemes and it can be implemented with some adjustments as an eco-scheme according to Art. 28 (6) a of the (COM, 2018). Compared to the options presented in the paper of the Bund-Länder Working Group on the 'Development of the CAP' (BLAG, 2020), the Public Goods Bonusis likely to achieve a significantly higher level of environmental services for a given budget. Furthermore, the system can be dynamically developed and new public goods can be successively included. The weighting of individual measures can also be adjusted over time by adjusting their point values without changing the underlying architecture.
doi:10.22004/ag.econ.309648 fatcat:56cekjeherduxdypnfna4bwaee