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Subverting the hegemony of propositionalism: response to Collins & Evans (2002). Social Studies of Science 33(3) 401-417. Part I Scene-setting Sustainable Farmland Management This page intentionally left blank Chapter 2 The elusive quest for sustainable agriculture T. O’Riordan Perspectives Possibly for the first time in human history, humans know that they have the power to undermine the vitality of planetary life support systems, and the knowledge to act not to do so. We live in a unique age, one where the hand of human transformation is getting more powerful, and where the evidence is streaming in of the damage to the resilient fabric of the natural world.
N. Baginetas Sustainable development and sustainable agriculture In 1987 the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) offered the most widely used definition of sustainable development (Yunlong and Smit, 1994; Smith and McDonald, 1998): Humanity has the ability to make development sustainable - to ensure that it meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (WCED, 1987: 9). Since then, the term sustainable development has increasingly become the main focus of every development policy and currently, it could be argued that it is the dominant paradigm guiding development planning (Smith and McDonald, 1998).
Use is made of a whole farm model approach known as the MEASURES framework, which for a given area identifies the most profitable combination of crops and rotation, taking account of soil type, rainfall and other factors, and calculates its environmental burden. The chapter also demonstrates the value of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for estimating all pollution emissions associated with a particular farm. Firth, Milla and Harris (Chapter 17) examine the use of a range of agro-ecological, socio-territorial and economic indicators to assess the sustainability of organic farming on three case study farms.
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