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Record number 434017
Title "Geen simpele oplossing voor honger" (interview met M. van Dorp, M. van Ittersum, P. Tittonell, en Niek Koning)
Author(s) Tielens, J.; Dorp, M. van; Ittersum, M.K. van; Tittonell, P.A.; Koning, N.
Source Vice Versa : vakblad ontwikkelingssamenwerking 46 (2012)December. - ISSN 0165-893X - p. 26 - 29.
Department(s) Centre for Development Innovation

CDI management
Plant Production Systems
Biological Farming Systems
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
PE&RC
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) voedselzekerheid - voedselvoorziening - voedselproductie - beleid inzake voedsel - voedseltekorten - landbouwontwikkeling - intensieve landbouw - ontwikkelingslanden - kunstmeststoffen - voedingsgewoonten - food security - food supply - food production - food policy - food shortages - agricultural development - intensive farming - developing countries - fertilizers - feeding habits
Categories Food Security
Abstract Honger bestrijden met intensieve landbouw? De commotie was groot toen Aalt Dijkhuizen, bestuursvoorzitter van Wageningen University & Research centre, hier in september 2012 voor pleitte. Vier Wageningse wetenschappers leggen uit waarom ze die oplossing veel te kort door de bocht vinden. Een rondetafelgesprek over lokale landbouw, kunstmest, voedingsgewoonten en biobrandstoffen. 'We moeten het probleem niet versimpelen.'
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