1s1a: Circularity in food and agricultural systems: Blind spots in agricultural landscape assessments
The spatial level of a landscape is highly relevant for assessing and implementing circularity in food and agricultural systems (FAS). Contrary to focussing on the field or farm level, analyses on the landscape level allow relevant ecosystem dynamics as well as landscape wide feed and manure flows to be captured. At the same time, and opposed to the national and global level, a focus on landscapes allows to acknowledge local dissimilarities. Even though various reviews approach the topic of assessing agricultural landscapes, there is no systematic overview on how they take aspects of circular FAS into account.
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