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In building on the experience of preparing the OECD (2001) report — Environmental Indicators for Agriculture Volume 3: Methods and Results — there is broad agreement across Member countries to: x use criteria to determine the policy relevance of indicators and assess their quality in terms of analytical soundness, measurability and ease of interpretation; 32 x situate the indicators within the sustainable agriculture framework, focusing on the environmental dimension, in particular the relationship between the use by agriculture of natural resources (soil/land, water, air/atmosphere, plant/animal resources) and farm inputs (nutrients, pesticides and energy), and their impact on eco-efficiency in agriculture and environmental outcomes; x recognise that environmental conditions and issues differ spatially within and across countries, while taking this into account by better expressing the national average indicator to reveal sub-national variation; and, x set priorities in terms of what is feasible to achieve over the current three year JWP Mandate to the beginning of 2004 and within the scope of the resources available for work on indicators both in the OECD Secretariat and Member countries.

Share of varieties with and without ‚evolutionary potential‘ (new) 5. Number of breeder’s associations (new) 7. Number of breeders per crop (new) Source: OECD, 2001; author. 1. 1. Number of key livestock breeds Figure 2 shows the modified OECD-indicator with the number of native and non-native breeds registered in the German herd-books for the main livestock species cattle, pigs, sheep and goats. The native breeds are classified whether they are endangered according to the red list of endangered domestic animals (GEH, 2001).

Bundesgesetzblatt (BGBl), Teil I (1953), Verordnung über das Artenverzeichnis vom 30. Oktober 1953. 1487-1490. Bundesgesetzblatt (BGBl), Teil I (1968), Artenverzeichnis. Anlage zum Gesetz über den Verkehr mit Saatgut (Saatgutverkehrsgesetz) vom 20. Mai 1968. Verordnung über das Artenverzeichnis vom 30. Oktober 1953. 460-462. Bundesgesetzblatt (BGBl), Teil I (1975), Verordnung über das Artenverzeichnis zum Saatgutverkehrsgesetz vom 2. Juli 1975. 1649-1653. Bundesgesetzblatt (BGBl), Teil I (1985), Verordnung über das Artenverzeichnis zum Saatgutverkehrsgesetz vom 27 August 1985.

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