Through exploratory scenarios, this report sets out possible directions for agricultural policies and practice after leaving the EU and discusses potential impacts on the rural environment.
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- agri-environment policy,
- CAP reform,
- land use and land management,
- rural development,
- public goods and ecosystem services,
- policy evaluation
Anne holds an MSc in agriculture, food and environment and a Master in European business and management. She joined IEEP in 2015 as the project manager of the Horizon 2020 PEGASUS research project and she is involved in a range of other projects in the areas of land management, agricultural policy, and rural development. Prior to joining IEEP, Anne completed a ‘Bluebook’ traineeship at the European Commission (DG AGRI) in 2011 and worked for over 3 years as an economic and policy consultant in the agri-food sector for EU institutions, national governments, and NGOs.
Over the years, Anne has developed extensive knowledge of agricultural and rural development policies and experience analysing their economic, social and environmental impacts of across the 28 EU Member States. She also previously worked in the Netherlands in European agricultural supply chain operations. Anne is fluent in French, English, and Italian.
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