Vergelijking klimaateffecten van de gangbare vs. de biologische landbouw

  title={Vergelijking klimaateffecten van de gangbare vs. de biologische landbouw},
  author={B. G. Meerburg and Lr Veehouderij en omgeving and R. Helmes and J. Reijs and H.F.M. te Berge and J. Lesschen and T. Vellinga and Lei Performance and Impact Agrosectors and Ppo and Wias},
Deze studie vergelijkt de prestaties van gangbare en biologische landbouw- en veehouderijsystemen in Nederland op klimaatgebied. Er is een meta-analyse uitgevoerd naar verschillende bestaande vergelijkende studies en verschillen zijn geduid door onderscheidende factoren te noemen---This study compares the environmental performance of conventional and organic agricultural and livestock farming systems in the Netherlands concerning greenhouse gas emissions. A meta-analysis has been carried out… Expand


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