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

Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 25(11): 11-24
Sustainable agriculture: a new paradigm or a new social movement?
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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