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Vizija za raziskovalni program za ekoživila in ekološko kmetijstvo do leta 2025

Niggli, Urs; Slabe, Anamarija; Schmid, Otto; Halberg, Niels and Schlüter, Marco (2008) Vizija za raziskovalni program za ekoživila in ekološko kmetijstvo do leta 2025. Inštitut za trajnostni razvoj, Ljubljana.

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The TP Organics Vision Research Agenda was prepared between June 2007 and July 2008 on the basis of wide-ranging discussions with farmers’ organizations, scientists, organic traders and retailers, and EU-wide umbrella organizations representing a variety of commercial, non-commercial and civil interests.
Up to now, research projects and national framework programmes on organic agriculture have addressed immediate technology gaps in organic agriculture and food production.
This Vision has been politically expedient and has given rise to a greater number of producers and professional skills for the task of serving unexpectedly fast growing consumer driven markets. Thus, many organic research projects had a short term perspective only. In contrast to this, our vision takes a long-term perspective on the research needs of organic agriculture and food systems. The three strategic research priorities presented in the vision focus in particular on the inconsistencies between economy, ecology and social cohesion in agriculture and food production and propose research activities and insightful learning concepts for organic and other farming systems.

EPrint Type:Book
Subjects:"Organics" in general
Knowledge management > Research methodology and philosophy
Research affiliation: International Organizations > Technology Platform TP Organics
Deposited By: TP Organics, TPO
ID Code:16693
Deposited On:08 Apr 2010 12:45
Last Modified:08 Jun 2018 10:54
Document Language: Slovenian/Slovenski Jezik
Refereed:Peer-reviewed and accepted

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