The role of agroecology in sustainable intensification (LUPG05)

The UK Statutory conservation, countryside and environment agencies Land Use Policy Group (LUPG) provides independent evidence and analysis to Government on matters on matters of common concern related to agriculture, woodlands and other rural land uses. It seeks to develop a common understanding of the pros and cons of policy mechanisms related to land use, particularly farming and forestry.

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Lampkin, N.H., Pearce, B.D., Leake, A.R., Creissen, H., Gerrard, C.L., Girling, R., Lloyd, S., Padel, S., Smith, J., Smith, L.G., Vieweger, A., Wolfe, M.S., The role of agroecology in sustainable intensification Report for the Land Use Policy Group. Organic Research Centre, Elm Farm and Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. 2015

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