"Soft" measures in England and Wales

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Dwyer, Janet C; Reed, Matt;
  • Publisher: OECD Publishing
  • Subject: GE

Investing in knowledge to support the adoption of environmentally-friendly farm practices is\ud commonly perceived as a key driver behind innovation processes in agriculture. Yet changes at the\ud national and global levels have led to dramatic changes in the orientatio... View more
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