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" Pour Une Approche Systemique De L'Evaluation De La Durabilite De L'Agriculture : Une Synthese Des Approches Agro-Economiques Et Geographiques ?

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  • Caroline Tafani

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Cette communication propose une démarche conceptuelle et méthodologique qui amène à resituer l'emploi des différentes grilles d'indicateurs de durabilité des exploitations agricoles dans une approche plus globale du développement agricole à l'échelle de territoires hybrides, ruraux touristiques ou périurbains par exemple. L'analyse-diagnostic proposée s'appuie sur le concept de " système agraire territorialisé " et conduit à évaluer la durabilité d'une agriculture micro-régionale à partir de l'exemple de la Balagne en Corse, tout en mettant en évidence les conditions pour aller vers plus de durabilité.

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  • Caroline Tafani, 2011. "" Pour Une Approche Systemique De L'Evaluation De La Durabilite De L'Agriculture : Une Synthese Des Approches Agro-Economiques Et Geographiques ?," Post-Print hal-00653125, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00653125
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    1. M. Mazoyer & Laurence Roudart, 2002. "Histoire des agricultures du monde," ULB Institutional Repository 2013/44785, ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
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    agriculture; Corse; durabilité; système; territoire; corsica; sustainabilité; system; local territory;

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