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Assessing smallholder sustainable intensification in the Ethiopian highlands

James Hammond, Mark van Wijk, Nils Teufel, Kindu Mekonnen and Peter Thorne

Agricultural Systems, 2021, vol. 194, issue C

Abstract: Sustainable intensification is one approach to increasing food production without undermining sustainability goals. In recent years new tools and indicators have been developed for broad-based assessment of sustainable intensification. However, most of these tools have been applied at field level and assessing individual technologies, while integrated assessments of multiple novel practices at farm-to-village level are lacking.

Keywords: Sustainable intensification; Ethiopia; Sustainability assessment; Smallholder; Multivariate visualisation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2021.103266

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