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Análise qualitativa das práticas de cooperação em uma associação agrícola de produtos orgânicos na percepção dos associados. Organic Eprints
Correia, Ana Maria Magalhães; Silva, Armistrong Martins da; Lucena, André Duarte; Gomes, Maria de Lourdes Barreto; Thiollent, Michel Jean-Marie.
As práticas de cooperação têm recebido cada vez mais atenção por parte daqueles que deixam de atuar de forma isolada e, em vez disso, se unem com o intuito de produzir resultados melhores para o bem-estar da coletividade, nos quais os aspectos econômicos, sociais, culturais e ambientais são condições necessárias para se alcançar estes resultados. Este artigo aborda as práticas de cooperação, na percepção dos associados em uma associação agrícola de produtos orgânicos. Os resultados deste estudo têm um caráter qualitativo e a metodologia aplicada foi fundamentada nas pesquisas descritiva e exploratória, cujo método usado foi um estudo de caso, através do qual foi possível levantar informações sobre o tema em questão. A conclusão indica que, o desempenho da...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/23307/1/Correia_An%C3%A1lise.pdf
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AuthenticFood - Fast methods for authentication of organic plant based foods Organic Eprints
Husted, Søren.
Novel analytical methods for authenticating organic plant products.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification Food systems.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://orgprints.org/25126/7/25126.pdf
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Welcome to the 7th European Workshop on Organic Seed Regulation in Brussels 2013 Organic Eprints
Messmer, Monika M..
Introduction to the 7th European Workshop on implementation of European organic regulation with respect to organic seed in different countries. Bottlenecks of the production and use of organic seed.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification Breeding; Genetics and propagation Europe Regulation.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://orgprints.org/32545/1/Messmer_Introduction%207th%20ECO-PB%20workshop%20on%20Organic%20Seed%20Regulation%209th%20Brussels%202013.pdf
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Submission to: Inquiry into mechanisms for compensation for economic loss to farmers in Western Australia caused by contamination by genetically modified material Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Consumers around the world avoid GM food and seek organic food. Australia is a global pygmy in the world of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and a giant in the global world of organics. Western Australia (WA) has a GMO moratorium in place with certain exemptions. GM produce sells at a discount compared to non-GM produce and organic produce. GM crops put non-GM growers and organic growers at risk of contamination and this can lead to economic losses. Non-GM produce contaminated with GM is discounted in the market place as GM produce. Such contamination causes economic harm to non-GM farmers and particularly to organic farmers. In the case of Marsh v Baxter, a WA farmer harmed by GM contamination (to the extent of $85,000) went through the courts (with...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification Food systems Australia World Environmental aspects Countries and regions.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33158/1/WA.Inquiry.Submission.Paull.pdf
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Attending the First Organic Agriculture Course: Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course at Koberwitz, 1924 Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course held at Koberwitz (now Kobierzyce, Poland) in 1924 was arguably the world’s first organic agriculture course - although the terms ‘biodynamic agriculture’ and ‘organic farming’ appeared in the decades that followed. Ehrenfried Pfeiffer and others have stated that there were about 60 attendees at the course, while Rudolf Steiner and others have stated that there were about, or more than, 100 attendees. The present study examines the original attendance records to reveal that there were 111 attendees. There were 30 women and 81 men. They came from six countries: Germany (N=61); Poland (N=30); Austria (N=9); Switzerland (N=7); France (N=2); and Sweden (N=2). Of the 60% of enrolees who declared a profession, 38 could be...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification History of organics.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18809/1/Paull2011KoberwitzEJSS.pdf
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Organic Food and Agriculture - Ethics Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Organic food is produced without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Four further exclusions in organic production are: genetically modified organisms (GMOs), irradiation, prophylactic antibiotics, and engineered nanoparticles. These six exclusions differentiate organic agriculture from chemical agriculture. Agriculture and food harvesting and production date back millennia, and until about a century ago that history is de facto organic. The Industrial Revolution ushered in an era of novel production strategies. Agriculture was not immune to new views of industrialization and reductionism. Advances in chemistry enabled some implementation of such views. Early in the diffusion of chemical farming practices, the Austrian mystic Rudolf Steiner...
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification World History of organics.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33285/1/Paull2018.EncyclopediaAgEthics.pdf
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GMO AGRICULTURE VERSUS ORGANIC AGRICULTURE - GENETIC TRESPASS, A CASE STUDY Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Western Australia (WA) has maintained a moratorium on the growing of genetically modified crops since 2003. An exemption was granted in 2008 for growing GM cotton only in a specified remote region of the state. A general exemption was declared in 2010 for growing GM canola anywhere in WA. In a public review, over 400 submissions were received by the government with over ninety percent arguing for retaining the ban on GM crops, while Monsanto, Dow Agrosciences and the Grain Research and Development Corporation argued for lifting the moratorium. Many submissions argued that segregation of GM and non-GM crops would fail and that the doctrine of “mutual co-existence” was unsafe. In the first year of GM canola in WA, the certified organic mixed farm of Steve...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification Food systems Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/23960/1/23960_MM.pdf
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A Review of the Independent Review of the South Australian GM Food Crop Moratorium and Fourteen Alternative Findings Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
The present review of the Independent Review of the South Australian GM Food Crop Moratorium (Anderson, 2019) reveals that the so-called Independent Review is not independent at all and thus it falls at the first hurdle. Kym Anderson is a long term vocal advocate of genetically modified crops and has expressed such views regularly over the past two decades. The Independent Review was commissioned by the South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development. There were 216 public submissions, of these, 78% (n=168) were for retaining the existing Moratorium, 18% (n=39) were for scrapping the Moratorium, and 4% (n=8) were undecided. 100% of the food available in Australian supermarkets is GM-free which mirrors the sentiments of Australian...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification Food systems Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://orgprints.org/35027/1/Paull2019.SA.GM.MoratoriumReview.na.pdf
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Tasmania's Organic Spring: The 99.8% Opportunity Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Tasmania has experienced seventy years of organics advocacy (from 1946). Yet Tasmania has just 0.2% of its agricultural land certified organic. Converting the state to organic could take 35,000 years at the current rate - and who has that kind of time? In contrast, Australia has 7.1% of its agricultural land as certified organic. Australia has more organic land than any other country. Tasmania has 4003 certified organic agriculture hectares and 79 certified organic operators (compared to the Australian total of 27.1 million organic agriculture hectares and 2075 certified organic operators). This suggests that there is a massive opportunity - the 99.8% opportunity - for Tasmania to embrace the ethics, practices, and economic benefits of organic production....
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33055/1/Paull2018.TON.TasOrganicSpring.pdf
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Torquay: In the footsteps of Rudolf Steiner Organic Eprints
Paull, John.
Torquay was the last foreign trip by Rudolf Steiner, and the last of ten trips to Britain. The International Summer School of the Anthroposophical Society held at Torquay came just two months after the Agriculture Course at Koberwitz. There were no lectures at Torquay devoted to agriculture. However, key figures that would shape the future of biodynamics were together at Torquay and at the side trip to Tintagel. There were at least two attendees from Koberwitz: Dr Guenther Wachsmuth, who would write the Preface to the first English translation of the Agriculture Course, and Dr Elizabeth Vreede whom Steiner nominated at Koberwitz to “give expert assistance from the Goetheanum in the guiding of the experiments”. There was George Kaufmann who would be the first...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33056/1/Paull2018.Torquay.JBDT.pdf
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Economic Concepts of Organic Certification Organic Eprints
Zorn, Alexander; Lippert, Christian; Dabbert, Stephan.
Certification is a key element in marketing organic food products. Based on economic theory, this report wants to illustrate the economic reasoning for certification. The intention is to provide a description of economic concepts, which is understandable for a wider audience. We are focusing on the basic economic literature. Chapter 1 “Organic certification system” describes the current control system in the European Union. Why this is necessary, will then be explained based on a synopsis of economic literature. Of specific significance for organic certification and the CERTCOST project are the concepts of institutional economics and economics of crime. The relevant points of economic theory will be presented and discussed in chapter 2 “Theoretical...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Values; Standards and certification.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/16041/1/D11_D5_EconomicConcepts.pdf
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