Swimming in their own direction: Explaining domestic variation in homegrown sustainability governance for aquaculture in Asia

@article{Sun2020SwimmingIT,
  title={Swimming in their own direction: Explaining domestic variation in homegrown sustainability governance for aquaculture in Asia},
  author={Yixian Sun and H. Ven},
  journal={Ecological Economics},
  year={2020},
  volume={167},
  pages={106445}
}
Agricultural commodity production in the Global South is accompanied by a range of social and environmental problems ranging from pollution and deforestation to labor rights violations. Accordingly, governments and non-state actors have responded through various governance initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable commodity production. While the existing literature focuses largely on transnational standards originating in the North, we investigate “homegrown” approaches in the South by asking… Expand
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