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Year: 2010
In Austria organic farming boomed since the early nineties with over 70% of organic farms located in mountain regions
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Year: 2009
In Austria, a predominantly mountainous country in the middle of Europe, in general high nature value farming, clean environment and rich cultural and natural heritage prevail
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Year: 2007
An increasing focus on rural development issues has characterised the discussion of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform
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Year: 2007
Austria has gained considerable experience with regional programmes specific to the mountain area, particularly with LFA payments for mountain farmers over recent decades
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Year: 2006
The agricultural structure in Austria is characterised by the high proportion of small and medium-sized farms and the high proportion of less-favoured areas (LFA)
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Year: 2002

Within the ISDEMA project, a re-assessment of the basic requirements for sustainable development in mountain regions has been discussed

It has been realized that not only the sectoral level but also the national level has a crucial role to play. The definition of the appropriate policy framework has to be based on the specific understanding of mountain regions and their role in national development. This is a lengthy political, social and economic process that extends over decades and achieves improvements in the standard of living only step-by-step
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Year: 2002
According to the EU criteria for demarcation of agricultural less-favoured areas, the mountain area in Austria comprises 70% of the Austrian territory (58% of the utilised agricultural area) and is home to 36% of the Austrian population
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Year: 2001
The landscape in Austria is characterised by the high proportion (70%) of mountain areas
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