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Communication dans un congrès

Land sharing vs. land sparing for biodiversity: how agricultural markets make the difference

Abstract : We show that whether intensive or extensive farming is most beneficial to biodiversity depends on the equilibrium of agricultural markets. With higher production costs, extensive farming tends to be more beneficial to biodiversity than intensive farming, except when there is a very high degree of convexity between biodiversity and yield. Extensive farming is detrimental to consumers while its effect on agricultural producers is indeterminate. It has no straightforward effect on food security, but could decrease the pressure on protected areas. Additional demand f reinforces the preference for extensive farming, especially in the case of animal feed.
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Dernière modification le : mercredi 14 octobre 2020 - 04:03:43

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  • HAL Id : hal-01079896, version 1
  • PRODINRA : 313921

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Marion Desquilbet, Bruno Dorin, Denis Couvet. Land sharing vs. land sparing for biodiversity: how agricultural markets make the difference. 14th Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE), Aug 2014, Ljubljana, Slovenia. pp.13. ⟨hal-01079896⟩

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