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SEARCA AJAD 2020 17-1-9: Book Review: Sustainability Certification Schemes in the Agricultural and Natural Science Sectors: Outcomes for Science and the Environment, 1st edition

Aimed at advanced students, researchers, sustainability professionals, and development practitioners, the book offers a comprehensive roadmap for assessing the utility of voluntary sustainability certification schemes. Drawing on case studies covering nine agri-food and natural resources commodities, Melissa Vogt and co-contributors assess social, cultural, and environmental outcomes for farmers in developing countries and provide a range of recommendations to further strengthen their value and sustainability impacts.

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Authors Keywords
Ellis, Wyn; agriculture; voluntary certification schemes; natural science;
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