Summary and Info
The worldwide interest in sustainable development has not only prompted ecological developments in policy and research in key sectors such as industry or transportation, but also in the management and assessment of new lifestyles such as healthy food consumption and sustainable use of products. In this context, agriculture is an important example because of its dual nature as both a high-tech sector producing modern mass products and also a traditional sector producing environmentally-friendly goods.Illustrated by a range of case studies from across Europe, this volume examines the interface of agricultural - and sometimes rural - development and the social and economic feasibility of traditional modes of production and consumption. It provides an overview of the various strategies and policies concerning sustainable agriculture and provides a critical review of the opportunities of traditional production modes, from local, regional, national and global perspectives.
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
Traditional Food Production and Rural Sustainable Development (Ashgate Economic Geography Series) 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.