This paper presents a general strategy for the planning and implementation of an environmentally compatible agriculture that should be adapted to the unique situation of each country and region. Agricultural policy has to be adapted to environmental demands as a precondition for the implementation on the regional and local scale. Nevertheless, in areas with high-priority problems there will always be a demand for area-specific regulations or incentives for agriculture. Two examples from Germany illustrate how a concept for a regional transition process might be developed. Some proposals for the Baikal region are made.
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- Ecological Modernization of Agriculture
Christina von Haaren
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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