David Baldock

Senior Fellow

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Phone: +44 (0)20 7799 2244

Specialist Subjects:

European strategies for the environment including agriculture, climate and natural resources

Profile:

David's background is in philosophy and economics. He joined the Institute in the mid 1980s to establish a programme of work on agricultural and rural environmental issues. He became Deputy Director in 1992, Director in 1998 and active Senior Fellow in 2016. As well as being an authority on European agricultural policy and the environment, David's specialist areas include EU strategies for climate, natural resources and public investment. He has an active interest in sustainable development and the growing implications of building a bioeconomy. Current external commitments include membership of the Commission's high-level group on the competitiveness of the car industry in Europe. Please contact David's personal assistant via the email address above.


IEEP Publications & Articles by David BaldockDate
  • MEACAP: First Stage Ground Rules

    The purpose of this paper is to provide guidelines for the evaluation of technical and policy measures undertaken in the course of the MEACAP project. This should lead to a consistent ...

    01 Feb 2005
  • Agricultural Biodiversity - Issues to be aware of within MEACAP

    The purpose of this brief document is to: provide an overview of the issues known to be important for agricultural biodiversity at an EU15 and EU25 level; provide a focus for the types of ...

    27 Jan 2005
  • The Future of EU Environment Policy: Challenges and Opportunities

    IEEP's report on the future of EU environment policy was launched in the UK Parliament on Tuesday 14 December. Commissioned by the All Party Parliamentary Environment Group, the report examines the main ...

    13 Dec 2004
  • Setting the Environmental Agenda for the UK Presidency

    The UK will hold the Presidency of the EU Council of Ministers from 1 July - 31 December 2005. Holding the Presidency provides a unique opportunity to advance some new issues and inject ...

    12 Jul 2004
  • The Potential Environmental and Rural Impacts of Biofuel Production in the UK

    This report summarises the outcome of the stakeholder process initiated by the Department for Transport (DfT) who invited the National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection (NSCA) and the Institute for European Environmental Policy to look at the potential impacts of biofuel production in the UK...

    03 Mar 2004
  • Agriculture and the Environment in the EU Accession Countries

    This report answers key policies questions that provide an insight into the relationship between agriculture and environment in the accession countries (including the EU10 that joined in 2004 and Bulgaria ...

    01 Jan 2004
  • Developing a High Nature Value Farming area indicator

    This study provides a framework for compiling compatible information on HNV farmland across Europe, laying some of the foundations for longer term improvements in data...

    30 Nov 2003
  • Future Developments in European Regional Policy

    This new report explores the issues and options surrounding the debate on the future of EU regional policy, beyond 2006. The paper seeks to present an overview of current thinking on ...

    10 Nov 2003
  • Europe's Rural Futures: The Nature of Rural Development II, Rural Development in an Enlarging European Union

    A study on the planning and implementation of rural development programmes under the Rural Development Regulation and SAPARD, drawing on eight national reports and a European Round table. ...

    31 Jul 2003
  • Critical Issues in Decarbonising Transport: The Role of Technologies, Working Paper No. 36

    This literature review is part of the Tyndall Round 2 project ‘Critical Issues in Decarbonising Transport’. The project is a strategic assessment of the emerging technologies that are or could play a significant role in a future transport system in the context of the need to reduce transport’s emissions of carbon dioxide. While some technologies might contribute to the decarbonising of transport without needing to affect behaviour, others might achieve this only by affecting behaviour. The aim of this review is to characterise the emerging technologies in relation to their potential impact on behaviour and therefore identify the technologies that should be the focus of the next stage of the research.

    12 May 2003