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The stated goal of 'Organic 3.0' is to "bring organic out of its current niche into the mainstream (Arbenz, Gould & Stopes, 2015)". This means to ...Read more
Agri-environmental schemes (AES) are commonly adopted in Europe to reduce the loss of farmland biodiversity. These schemes have, however, been critici...Read more
Soil health is a critical component for developing Organic 3.0, which strives to place organic as a model sustainable food systems. However, the exten...Read more
Despite the increase in organic cropland, knowledge on the impact of organic farming on soil derived nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4) emissions i...Read more
This paper explores the implications for food production and land use of a 100% conversion to organic farming in England and Wales. The analysis uses ...Read more
Organic farming is considered beneficial for biodiversity conservation in agricultural landscapes but the role of agricultural land use intensity ('ag...Read more
The recent dramatic decline in farmland biodiversity is often attributed to agricultural intensification and structural changes in the agricultural la...Read more
Organic farming is thought to lead to increased biodiversity and greater sustainability than higher-yielding conventional farming systems. It is usual...Read more
Agricultural intensification is perceived to be a major cause of the decline in many European bat populations. Because organic farming prohibits the u...Read more
Organic farming already meets multiple sustainability goals, and factors limiting its mainstreaming are social rather than technical. What is the next...Read more