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Sustainable agriculture: a new paradigm or a new social movement?

Sustainable agriculture: a new paradigm or a new social movement?

Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 25(11): 11-24

The paper analyses the political vulnerability of the sustainable agriculture social movement in the 1990s and discusses the most important challenges facing sustainable agriculture in the future in Brazil.

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