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Germany draft national report SUFISA.

Authors: Münchhausen, S. v.; Haack, M.; Röbe-Oltmanns, L.;

Germany draft national report SUFISA.

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Current agricultural, fishery and food policies and legal frameworks are often failing to effectively promote, and indeed sometimes even disadvantage, sustainable farming, fisheries and aquaculture practices. The purpose of SUFISA case studies is to identify sustainable practices, policies and markets in the agricultural, fish and food sectors that support the sustainability of primary producers. The in-depth analyses aim to support SUFISA’s approach to go beyond the common understanding of market failure, legal and policy constraints. The German case study analyses focus on the examination of market, policy and other relevant impacts for the commodities of fish from aquaculture and oilseed rape. These analyses are practice-based and aim to investigate farmers’ conditions, strategies and sustainability performances (CSP) on a regional and (if needed) on the national level. The case studies will include the analysis of the drivers, conflicting interests and interplay between actors and/or institutions. The selection of case studies was the first task of the SUFISA workpackage on practice cases (WP2). Jointly, SUFISA teams selected the following cases for Germany: · A: Aquaculture production on the national level with a particular focus on traditional carp farming in Franconia. Trout farming in Baden and the potential of intensive fish production in circulation system are further aspects of this case study analysis. · B: Oilseed rape cultivation for vegetable oil, bio-diesel and rape meal production - an areabased case study for the Wetterau in the Federal State of Hesse On the global scale, aquaculture has been the fasted growing food industry. In European countries such as Norway, the UK (Scotland) or France, aquaculture is an important industry. In contrast, the German aquaculture industry stagnated on a very low level although conditions seem to be relatively favourable due to available water resources, technological capacities and the potential use of the exhaust heat from energy or other industrial plants. Experts assume that theoretically fish production in traditional and intensive aquaculture in Germany tends to be more sustainable than aquaculture in some of the Asian areas that show significant growth rates. Under these circumstances, the case study analyses aim to highlight the policy, regulatory, market and other relevant conditions that result in the apparently reduced competitiveness of a particular segment of the farming industry. Consequently, the German aquaculture case study will be of particular interest for the SUFISA project. During the last two decades, German policy programmes and legal rules steered oilseed rape production and markets significantly. For that reason, rape is an excellent example for the analysis of the potential impact of new policy programmes and related direct changes in crop rotation on farm level and the development of food, feed and non-food processing industries. The media analysis highlights major issues that general media in Germany are particularly interested. The key issues identified will influence the in-depth case study analysis in respect to direct concerns such as the Common Agriculture Policy but as well to crosscutting issues such as animal husbandry (ethics, sustainability of feeding regimes etc.) The case study analyses are based on desk studies, stakeholder interviews and focus groups

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