Organic Farmin in Brazil - Participatory Certification and Local Markets for Sustainable Agricultural Development

This report is based around the unique work of Centro Ecológico in southern Brazil and shows that it is possible to increase food production and secure livelihoods with the aid of participatory certification, small-scale trade and organic farming that maintains biological diversity and draws benefit from ecosystem services. By being active in a range of different networks, Centro Ecológico has been able to influence the development of organic farming nationally and internationally.

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PUBLICATION DATE

12 Nov 2009

AUTHOR

Anneli Nordling

FURTHER INFORMATION

Anneli Nordling is an Information Officer at the Swedish Society for Natural Conservation.