“The reason salaried government regulators can be corrupted is that writing and enforcing effective regulations is not their number one priority. Their main objective is keeping their job and advancing their careers.”
An informed discussion by a former civil servant from the USA Environmental Protection Agency.
A paper by Thérésa Lebacq published in Agronomy and Sustainable development
Full version in pdf : Lebacq2013
Intensive livestock farming has raised issues about environmental impacts and food security during the past 20 years. As a consequence, there is a strong social demand for sustainable livestock systems. Sustainable livestock systems should indeed be environmentally friendly, economically viable for farmers, and socially acceptable, notably for animal welfare. Continue reading “Sustainability indicators for livestock farming. A review”
Commissioned by the Walloon minister of Research and Sustainable Development, a comprehensive and mind-blowing report Continue reading “A different science for sustainable development ?”