Organic Farming in UK Law

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Books & Journal Articles
  • Interest-group capacities and infant industry development: State-sponsored growth in organic farming
    • No. 32-2, March 2011
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Both interest-group and public-policy scholars accept that groups are important to policy formulation and implementation because they hold valuable capacities. However, the literature has not dealt...
  • Scaling as an Organizational Method: Ethnographic Explorations of Two Danish Sustainability Organizations
    • No. 29-2, April 2018
    • British Journal of Management
    Organization studies have shown limited interest in the part that scaling plays in organizational responses to climate change and sustainability. Moreover, while scales are viewed as central to the...
    ... ... - tions at the heart of the climate change problematic – one in organic farming, the other in renewable energy – and, employingwhat the authors ... ...
  • Policy networks and policy change in organic agriculture: a comparative analysis of the UK and Ireland
    • No. 80-3, September 2002
    • Public Administration
    This paper takes a comparative case–study approach, located within the literature on policy networks, to organic agriculture policy in the United Kingdom and Ireland since the late 1980s. An examin...
    ... ... 2078/92) provides the basis for organic subsidy schemes. In both Ire- land and the UK, aid for organic farming has been provided under pro- grammes introduced in 1994: the UK Organic Aid Schemes (replaced by the Organic Farming Schemes, OFS, in 1999), ... ...
  • In this Issue
    • No. 32-2, March 2011
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    ... ... and Infant Industry Development: State-sponsored Growth in Organic Farming’. The key question in this article is whether, and how , ... ...
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Aberdeen Bypass Back On Track
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ... ... were concerned that the proximity of the AWPR would threaten their organic farming business. Their objections were predominantly based on purported ... ...
  • Survey finds rise in food safety concern from public in United Kingdom
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    Consumers in the United Kingdom are increasingly concerned about food safety, according to a survey recently published. The report, from Lloyd’s Register, was compiled from online research of 1,000...
  • What Does Your Bank Owe You?
    • Mondaq UK
    ... ... husband and wife team, who were also partners in an award-winning organic farming business which they built from scratch, Linscombe Farm. In 2006 ... ...
  • FSA seeks views on transition of EU law ahead of Brexit
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has opened a comment period on the approach to converting EU law for food and feed safety into UK law when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union next year. Th...
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