Organic agriculture in a development policy perspective

Henrik Egelyng, Niels Halberg, Henning Høgh Jensen

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Abstract

Farmers growing food with high eco-efficiency may be seen cultivating peace by reducing competition among nations for oil and as producers of other public goods: biodiverse landscapes and ecosystem services with more soil fertility, less water use and less pollution. How does Organic agriculture (OA) fare globally on eco-efficiency? Are most African farmers eco-efficient – or may eco-efficient farmers be found everywhere? As OA develops throughout the planet, what does Denmark do beyond Europe? Is organic farming part of our development policy? Do we dilligently share our comparative advantages in this field with developing nations? This article pursues these basic questions. 1
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2006
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes

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