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Agroecology and carbon neutrality in europe by 2050: what are the issues?

The latest IPCC report sets the objective of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, 2070 at the latest. The sustainable intensification of agricultural production, in a land sparing logic, is most often considered as a necessary step to achieve this. In contrast, this Study questions the potential contribution of a more extensive agroecological food system (i.e. land sharing logic). It rests on a comparison of the TYFA (Ten Years For Agroecology in Europe) scenario with the agricultural component of recently published scenarios achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, using a multi-criteria dashboard. The objective of climate mitigation is put in the broader perspective of transitioning towards a sustainable food system, taking into account the challenges of human health, conservation of natural resources and biodiversity, and adaptation to climate change. .

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年份: 2019
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地理范围: 欧洲联盟
内容语言: English
Author: Pierre-Marie Aubert, Marie-Hélène Schwoob (IDDRI), Xavier Poux (AScA, IDDRI) ,
类别: 个案研究
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