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The environmental alternative from the Alstadheim committee

, : The environmental alternative from the Alstadheim committee. Landbruksokonomisk Forum 8(1): 25-32

The Alstadheim committee has proposed an environmentally- friendly system of farming in Norway. It advocates a national policy in Norway to increase environmentally-friendly measures within a protected industry.

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