Incentives to improve farm management: EMS, supply-chains and civil society
This paper focuses on impediments to environmentally sound management practices and how these might be overcome, with an emphasis on the role of environmental management systems, supply chains and civil society. It argues that: • Farmers are under increased pressure to cut costs and improve production but with little opportunity to increase prices. Commonly short-term economic interest has damaging environmental implications. • Current government policy, in Australia and in many other...[Show more]
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