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Analysis of the spatial distribution of organic farming in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) region of France: building a methodology for observation and prospective Organic Eprints
GENIAUX, G.; LAMBERT, M.; BELLON, S..
Analysis of the distribution of organic farming and its determinants is a major challenge for the construction of scenarios related to the evolution of organic farming that take the set of factors that limit or facilitate conversions and their sustainability into account. In order to support different development scenarios for organic farming in view of environmental and marketing challenges, an econometric and geostatistic study was initiated in the PACA region. The approach consists of three stages. The first stage involves the construction, over a 20-year period, of a longitudinal spatial database concerning certified organic producers and distributors. This database is georeferenced at the plot level. It will then be necessary to statistically analyse...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Markets and trade; Surveys and statistics; Networks and ownership.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/15505/1/50%2DGeniaux.pdf
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Analysis of transition forms towards more ecologically-oriented farming: the case of organic farming and integrated crop protection Organic Eprints
LAMINE, C.; MEYNARD, J.-M.; PERROT, N.; BELLON, S..
Interdisciplinary approaches developed concerning the conversion to organic farming show that the types of conversion trajectories can be differentiated on the basis of the progression of crop protection changes within a larger framework where relationships to other “objects” are transformed – the soil, products, rotations, work organisation, marketing, social networks and knowledge acquisition. In the case of integrated plant production, the extent of changes depends on the degree of recomposition of agronomic practices. This transition implies major knowledge acquisition that relies on the support and contribution of advisors and on the group dynamics that develop within a group of farmers. Transitions towards integrated crop protection are, by their...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Technology transfer; Social aspects.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/15507/1/53%2DLamine.pdf
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Organic farming and climate change: major conclusions of the Clermont-Ferrand seminar (2008) Organic Eprints
AUBERT, C.; BELLON, S.; BENOIT, M.; CAPITAINE, M.; SEGUIN, B.; WARLOP, F.; VALLEIX, S..
This seminar confirmed that less greenhouse gas (GHG) is emitted per unit area under organic agriculture than under conventional agriculture, and that our eating patterns have a strong impact on factors involved in climate change. Moreover, it shed new light on and contributed original information to a variety of fields. The two major advantages of organic farming in terms of the mitigation of GHG emissions are its ability to store carbon in the ground and the non-use of synthetic nitrogen fertilisers. Means for improving practices and research priorities were identified.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/15493/1/37%2DAubert.pdf
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