Organic Agriculture and Agro-Eco Tourism in the Mediterranean

Organic Agriculture and Agro-Eco Tourism in the Mediterranean Agribiomediterraneo-IFOAM (ΑΒΜ), the Mediterranean Regional Group of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), announces a Conference on “Organic Agriculture and Agro-Eco Tourism in the Mediterranean“, in Zakynthos, Greece from  16 to 18, September 2011. The aim of the IC is to improve scientific dialogues, implementation of information exchange, and...
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Organic Farming as a System Approach

Organic Farming as a System Approach The IFOAM EU Group released its newest publication on Organic Farming:  “Organic Farming: The system approach to meet the sustainability challenge“ Climate change, biodiversity loss, soil degradation, water pollution and increasing pressure on natural resources, such as soil nutrients and fossil fuels are amongst the most pressing challenges for society. Agriculture and food...
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Conference on Biodiversity and Organic Farming

The IFOAM EU Group (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements) and the Pan-European office of IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) co-organize the conference “Biodiversity and Organic Farming – a win-win partnership” in the European Parliament (9-12 am, room ASP 5G2) on November 18. The conference puts in the focus the benefits, application and further...
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Let’s start from the beginning…

What is Organic Farming? The definitions for Organic Farming are multiple and definitely of considerable range. Definitions start from the anthropo-philosophical theories of Rudolf Steiner and the agronomic theories of Sir Albert Howard and end up to the modern boundaries of regulatory standardization for the production and labeling of Organic Products. A periphrastic definition which could...
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