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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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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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