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Record number 303094
Title Boerenproblematiek als impuls voor plattelandsvernieuwing
Author(s) Koster, A.
Source Ekoland 16 (1996)5. - ISSN 0926-9142 - p. 12 - 13.
Department(s) Institute for Forestry and Nature Research
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 1996
Keyword(s) landbouw - klimaatverandering - economische sectoren - economische sociologie - economie - voedsel - interacties - natuurlijke hulpbronnen - kwaliteit - herstel - hulpbronnengebruik - plattelandsgemeenschappen - plattelandsontwikkeling - plattelandsplanning - winkelen - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - landbouw als bedrijfstak - economische planning - natuur - agriculture - climatic change - consumers - economic sectors - economic sociology - economics - foods - interactions - purchasing habits - quality - rehabilitation - resource utilization - rural communities - rural development - rural planning - socioeconomics - agriculture as branch of economy - economic planning - nature
Categories Rural Development / Environmental Management (General)
Abstract The basic principle of rural development should be the stimulation of an economically viable agriculture, producing agricultural quality products. This could stop the degradation of nature, landscape and environment. The Dutch consumer should feel responsible and pay for good food.
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