Activité agricole et pollution de l'eau : vers une responsabilité environnementale des exploitants agricoles ?

Abstract : Farming has always been a source of pollution for water. This link has been reinforced by establishing a common Agricultural control Policy in the EU. In fact the common Agricultural Policy is based on productivisme optiminzing the yield of land by using manure as well as fertilizers, polluting water to a High degree. However some reforms and a specific tax legislation have been created in order to reduce harmful effects on agriculture and on water ressources unfurtunately these legal and institutionnal instruments have proved ineffective. Therefore governements have sought to make farmers aware of there responsabilities with regards to pollution. Despite these efforts, the diffuse nature of water pollution has been obstacle to the implementation of such a regime agricultural pollution. Consequently goverments have no choice but to turn to more flexible instruments that allow polluters to be associated to the various mesasures taken to avoid the pollution of water, particurly by getting polluters involved in the procès and making them signe contracts.
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Stéphane Pelzer. Activité agricole et pollution de l'eau : vers une responsabilité environnementale des exploitants agricoles ?. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013LORR0116⟩. ⟨tel-01749789⟩

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