This Volume (2) documents in detail the policies and regulations to organic farming for all 15 EU member states and for three non-EU countries (Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic). European and national regulations and their implementation are reviewed covering agri-environmental and mainstream agricultural support measures, marketing and regional development programmes, certification system and oranic farming support in the form of advice, training and research. Volume (1) provides a comparative analysis of the policy and regulatory environment within which organic farming currently operates in these countries. The book aims at policy makers, the private sector, researchers and students in the field of economics and politics of organic farming
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