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Afrika – Fremtidens Økologiske Kontinent? Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H.; Vaarst, M.; Hermansen, J.E.; Høgh-Jensen, H..
Afrikanske bønders forbrug af fossil energi er lavt – og deres forurening med nitrat, sprøjtegifte og klimagasser er begrænset.
Tipo: Newspaper or magazine article Palavras-chave: Community development.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/14814/1/Afrika_fremtidens_okologiske_kontinent.pdf
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At måle udvikling. Hvordan økonomer måler nytte, bæredygtighed og lykke Organic Eprints
Kærgård, N.; Rasmussen, M.M.; Egelyng, H..
Indkomst, udvikling, nytte, lykke og velfærd er alle begreber, som kan have mange og upræcise betydninger. Så længe de er luftige og svært målbare, er de ikke særligt brugbare. Man må forsøge at gøre dem præcise, veldefinerede og målelige, og det er hvad økonomer har kæmpet for i mere end hundrede år. Nogle af begreberne er dog så veletablerede og veldefinerede, at de ofte får lov at stå alene. En troværdig samfundsforsker må prøve at få et overblik over hele spektret af mulige målbare begreber og indikatorer og med åbent sind analysere fordele og ulemper ved de forskellige begreber, definitioner og beregninger.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Community development.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://orgprints.org/14860/1/14860.pdf
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Global Governance for Environmentally Sustainable Food Systems: Certified Organics in a North – South and South-South Perspective Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H.; El-Araby, A.; Kledal, P.; Hermansen, J.E..
Challenged to consume with less environmental impact, consumers buy certified organic products to “proxy” environmental governance. The paper explores how far certified organic agriculture is institutionally embedded in Brazil, China, and Egypt. The three case studies illustrate how regulation, including standard-setting and certification processes differ between south and north, in terms of the evolution and nature of certification, as well as stakeholders and agency involved in shaping the regulation. A comparative analysis is presented on south-south differences in this regard along with some possible explanations of these. The paper finally discusses the perspectives in the global success of organic certification and whether it has potential to...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Food systems.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18543/1/18543.pdf
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Kina spiser grønt Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H..
Årtier er gået, siden stifteren af Worldwatch Institute, Lester Brown, spurgte: Hvem skal ernære Kina? Skrækscenariet var et dagligt æg til hver kineser, hvilket ville kræve alverdens korn. Stigende fødevarepriser synes nu at bekræfte Browns logik. Men Kina producerer og eksporterer masser af mad, samtidig med at miljøproblemer plager land og by. Stigende miljøbevidsthed og urbanisering har også fremmet udviklingen af en ‘grøn’ produkt-standard og bidraget til, at Kina nu er en betydende spiller på verdensmarkedet for certificerede økologiske fødevarer.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Community development.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://orgprints.org/14812/1/14812.pdf
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Life cycle assessment of fossil energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Chinese pear production Organic Eprints
Liu , Y.; Langer, V.; Høgh-Jensen, H.; Egelyng, H..
An environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) was performed in China to investigate environmental consequences of the life cycle of pears in terms of fossil energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The assessment identified activities that contributed significantly to pears’ environmental impacts from the cradle to the point of sale. Cultivation was identified as having the greatest greenhouse gas emissions in pear production chains, followed by the process of storage and transportation. The contribution from fossil energy use differed in the production chains since environmental performance does not follow the farming system (organic-conventional) but is co-determined by topography and thus machine use, by market demands to seasonality of products and...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18291/1/18291.pdf
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Market Integration Shape Organic Farmers’ Organisation Organic Eprints
Sultan, T.; Mursal, A.; Salam, S.G.; Liu, Y.; Oelofse, M.; Knudsen, M.T.; El-Araby, A.; Delve, R.J.; Hauser, M.; Kledal, P.; Egelyng, H.; Halberg, N.; Høgh-Jensen, H..
Increasing consumption of organic products in globalised food chains will require the involvement of thousands more smallholder farmers in many regions of the world. A study of Egypt, China and Uganda identified the three key factors of property rights regimes, cultural differences and social organisation as determents of the supply chain organization and farmers’ degree of direct integration in the export markets. Patterns are emerging where smallholder farmers are being socially and economically linked to larger farmers who may do some processing before the raw materials are handed over to the contracting company. Where transactions costs are high, local communities may develop and contract out the land directly to exporting companies who farm using...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Policy environments and social economy "Organics" in general Markets and trade Processing; Packaging and transportation Produce chain management.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/11664/1/Sultan_11664_ed.pdf
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New Challenges in Underprivileged Regions Call for People-Centered Research for Development Organic Eprints
Høgh-Jensen, H.; Oelofse, M.; Egelyng, H..
The need for enhancing food production and availability in underprivileged regions of the world requires the attention of scientists. This article explores the possibilities for rethinking agricultural research for development (R4D) in the light of new challenges characterized by a high degree of scientific uncertainty along with associated intense political differences of interest. New challenges that particularly influence food production in underprivileged regions include global climate change, globalization of food chains, and emerging low-carbon energy systems. We argue that by applying the people-centered sustainable livelihoods approach as a research paradigm in R4D, researchers may be more successful in producing knowledge that is useful to...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Production systems; "Organics" in general.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18540/1/18540.pdf
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Options for enabling policies and regulatory environments Organic Eprints
Izac, A.-M.; Egelyng, H.; Ferreira, G.; Duthie, D.; Hubert, B.; Louwaars, N.; al., et.
Based on the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD), this chapter (7) of the “Global Report” identifies a range of policy options for future support for agricultural knowledge, science and technology (AKST) to pursue environmentally and socially sustainable development. Presenting its analysis in sections covering “Natural resources and global environmental change”, “Trade and Markets”, “Food Safety and Plant Health”, “Knowledge and Knowledge Management” as well as “Pro-Poor innovation” the chapter identifies an array of areas of possible interventions where governments and public policy must play an active role, in order to allow AKST to help fulfill development goals. The policy options...
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Environmental aspects; Policy environments and social economy; Markets and trade; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/14752/1/14752.pdf
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Organic Consumers Can Transform Global Agriculture Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H.; Hermansen, J.E.; Kledal, P.; Knudsen, M.T.; Oelofse, M.; de Neergaard, A..
Globalizing certified organic consumption and production has potential to help transform world agriculture towards stronger environmental and socio-economic sustainability.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Food systems.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18545/1/18545.pdf
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The Chinese Organic Export Model, Globalization and a Danish Future Perspective Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H..
China has gained a top position in the world of Certified Organic Agriculture (COA). This article briefly portrays the development and institutional nature of the Chinese success as an exporter of organic products in a process of globalization. It then reflects on possible lessons from this case of globalization, to be implied from the point of view of future development and integrity of the Danish organic sector.
Tipo: Newspaper or magazine article Palavras-chave: Food systems.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18541/1/18541.pdf
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The Green New Deal and Evolution of Institutional Environments for Multifunctionality: the case of Certified Organic Agriculture in Brazil and China Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H.; de Abreu, L.S.; Fonseca, M.F..
The Global Green New Deal (GGND) aim to green the global economy across a range of sectors including agriculture, to pursue future prosperity and job creation, while at the same time addressing social and environmental challenges. Taking its point of departure in some of the institutional changes envisioned in GGND publications, the paper proceeds to present results of the authors’ current research, within a research programme on institutional dimensions of the current globalization of certified organic agriculture. Case study results from Brazil and China are used to illustrate how institutional environments for organic agriculture differ between nations and to provide a basis for discussing the potential of organic certification to transform global...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Food systems.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18542/1/18542.pdf
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Udviklingens metermål. Fra omsætningsvækst til ægte fremskridt? Organic Eprints
Egelyng, H..
De seneste årtier har budt på en række alternative udviklingsmålestokke, men når alt kommer til alt, står vækst i bruttonationalproduktet fortsat som den vigtigste overordnede ledestjerne. Samtidig med at bestræbelserne på at opfinde og udbrede stadig flere alternative målestokke og måleenheder fortsætter, øges risikoen for at ende med et babelstårn af forskellige mål, måleenheder og målsætninger i (udviklings)politikken. Det synes på den baggrund interessant, at mindst ét land - Kina - har ophøjet det grønne BNP til officielt politik og reelt forsøgt sig med at anvende samme grønne BNP operationelt.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Community development.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://orgprints.org/14859/1/14859.pdf
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