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The Science for Action and Development department of INRA (National Institute for Research in Agriculture) hosted in November an international meeting called “New Types of Agriculture: common farming, public debates and social critics”. The objective of this meeting was to consider different types of sustainable farming through the scope of social sciences. The main concern […]

In Europe and the United States there is a need for new generations of farmers and ranchers. In order to ensure sufficient agricultural supply, which accounts for a hefty portion of European and American GDP, measures must be taken to encourage our youth to work in this ever-important economic field. France has proposed solutions to […]