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Going towards Organic 3.0

Rahmann, G. (2017) Going towards Organic 3.0. In: Aakkula, Jyrki; Hakala, Kaija; Huhta, Harri; Iivonen, Sari; Jurvanen, Ulla; Kreismane, Dzidra; Land, Anita; Lähdesmäki, Merja; Malingen, Matti; Mikkola, Minna; Nordlund-Othen, Janne; Nuutila, Jaakko; Peetsmann, Elen; Piskonen, Sirpa; Rasmussen, Ilse A.; Skulskis, Virgilijus; Tahvonen, Raija; Taskinen, Sirpa; Ullvén, Karin; Wibe, Atle and Wivstad, Maria (Eds.) NJF Seminar 495 - 4th organic Conference: Organics for tomorrow's food systems, 19 - 21 June 2017, Mikkeli, Finland, 13 (1), NJF Report, pp. 30-31.

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Organic 3.0 discussions have released a discussion about the future development of the Organic sector (Rahmann et al. 2016). There are many think tanks started ideas (Arbenz et al. 2017). Most of the ideas are very rough and not with practical visions for research. But there should be no time lost, that Organic takes the leadership for innovations, that helps to tackle with the future challenges, to design clear pathways to be more sustainable: food supply and to have ownership for the definition of ecology, health, care, fair and quality.

EPrint Type:Conference paper, poster, etc.
Type of presentation:Keynote presentation
Subjects:"Organics" in general
Values, standards and certification > Assessment of impacts and risks
Food systems > Policy environments and social economy
Knowledge management > Research methodology and philosophy
Research affiliation: International Conferences > 2017: NJF Seminar 495 - Organics for tomorrow's food systems > Keynote speakers
Deposited By: Rasmussen, Ilse Ankjær
ID Code:31657
Deposited On:19 Jun 2017 09:11
Last Modified:05 Jul 2017 09:00
Document Language:English
Refereed:Peer-reviewed and accepted

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