Various policy instruments have been used in an attempt to encourage stability in the agricultural sector while simultaneously mitigating the aggregate negative externalities of intensive production. This increasingly visible involvement of agriculture in environmental disputes has driven a search for alternative ways of resolving conflicts between agricultural and environmental concerns, which is discussed in this publication. (PDF format only)
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