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Part 3: Results and analysis

'A new green revolution or agribusiness as usual?' Series

In general, environmental and social issues are more prevalent than economic issues: 174 statements were made on environmental issues, 140 statements on social issues, and 83 statements on economic issues. This indicates a high concern of most stakeholders for the effect of agriculture on Dutch ecosystems and society.

Source: A new green revolution or agribusiness as usual? Uncovering alignment issues and potential transition complications in agri-food system transitions


Niko Wojtynia, Jerry van Dijk, Marjolein Derks, Peter W. G. Groot Koerkamp & Marko P. Hekkert

Agronomy for Sustainable Development volume 41, Article number: 77 (2021) 

Translated and adapted in Bulgarian