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Paschke, Melanie
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2017-12-20T11:50:13Z
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2017-12-20T11:50:13Z
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2017-12-05
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978-3-88793-257-2
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/218321
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10.3929/ethz-b-000218321
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Future demand in agricultural output is supposed to match the needs of 9 billion people with less input of resources. Can we transform our agricultural practices and move behind existing paradigms to develop innovative and sustainable agriculture production systems? A transformation of the regime is needed: a change in the socio-economic system through new narratives and diversification. Not driven by monopolising technologies but supported by innovation, knowledge and careful evaluation of sustainable technologies and farming practices. What could be possible trajectories towards a sustainable agriculture and food system? The Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center explored new concepts for sustainable agriculture and food security in its consecutive summer schools: «Emerging Technologies» in 2014, and «Concepts for an Agriculture that is Sustainable in all Three Dimensions of Sustainability» in2016. These proceedings bring together the voices and contribution of internationally renowned speakers and case studies and fact sheets elaborated by participants of the summer schools.
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en
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Idea Verlag
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Sustainabe agriculture, transformation, sustainable intensification, ecological intensification
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dc.title
Agriculture in Transformation. Concepts for agriculture production systems that are socially fair environmentally safe
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Conference Proceedings
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In Copyright - Non-Commercial Use Permitted
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Proceedings of the PSC Summer Schools 2014 and 2016
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122 p.
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1
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«Emerging Technologies» 2014 / «Concepts for an Agriculture that is Sustainable in all Three Dimensions of Sustainability» 2016
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Einsiedeln / Reckenholz, Switzerland
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September 7-12, 2014 / September 11-16, 19, 2016
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The PSC Summer Schools 2014 and 2016 have been part of the «Sustainable Development at Universities Programme» of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences with funding by the Swiss University Conference (SUC) and the Mercator Foundation Switzerland. The PSC Summer Schools also received financial contribution from the Graduate Campus, University of Zurich and the Critical Thinking Initiative, ETH Zurich. With contributions of: Philipp Aerni, Gurbir Bhullar, Allan Buckwell, Markus Frank, Marcel van der Heijden, Hans Herren, John Ingram, François Meienberg, Michael Meissle, Melanie Paschke, Martin Schmid, Franziska Stössel, Raphael Wittmer, Gunda Züllich. PSC Summer School participants: Federica Assenza, Irina Bregenzer, Myriam Deshaies, Dimitrios Drakopoulos, Dustin Eirdosh, Carole Epper, Vanathy Erambamoorty, Adele Ferrari, Alejandro Gimeno, Annelle Mendez Gutierrez, Susan Hanisch, Juliane Hirte, Anna Kaja Hoeyer, Ngoni Kangara, Sujit J. Karki, Markus C. Kolodziej, Guillaume Lacavé, Linda Lüthi, Daniel Maag, Clemence Marchal, Keshav B. Malla, Lara Maspoli, Quirina Merz, Christopher Mikita, Milica Nenadic, Cyrielle Ndougonna, Noemi Peter, Coraline Praz, Eric Rahn, Josep Ramoneda, Tony Reyhanloo, Abiel Rindisbacher, Morgane Roth, Johanna Ruegg, Verena Säle, Miguel Santos, Luisa Schäfer, Tina Schreier, Lukas Schütz, Karolina Słomińska-Durdasiak, Mariela Soto, Edward C. Rojas Tayo, Seraina Vonzun, Lukas Welker, Milena Wiget, Ruyu Yao, Hao Xu and Silvia Zanini.
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ETH Zürich::00002 - ETH Zürich::00012 - Lehre und Forschung::00007 - Departemente::02350 - Dep. Umweltsystemwissenschaften / Dep. of Environmental Systems Science::02222 - Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center / Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center
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