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Returning organic residues to agricultural land (RORAL): scenarios co-construction on Reunion Island

Wassenaar Tom, Queste Jérôme. 2013. Returning organic residues to agricultural land (RORAL): scenarios co-construction on Reunion Island. In : III International Symposium on Agricultural and Agroindustrial Waste Management (III SIGER), 12th to 14th march 2013, Sao Pedro, Brazil. Brasilia : EMBRAPA, 4 p. ISBN 978-85-7035-160-9 International Symposium on Agricultural and Agroindustrial Waste Management. 3, Sao Paulo, Brésil, 12 March 2013/14 March 2013.

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Abstract : Rehabilitating disrupted nutrient cycles through organic residue recycling in agriculture represents a win-win lever, particularly in urban-agricultural areas, with benefits at both ends of the food chain. It carries the promise of enhancing agriculture's eco-efficiency and resilience while reducing environmental pressure in urban and downstream areas. After several decades of largely unsatisfactory attempts to promote recycling practices through ad hoc transfer-of-technology approaches, this paper proposes an epistemological base for RORAL research. A proof of concept case study involving implementation of the RORAL approach in Réunion is presented. This isolated territory with very limited natural resources, particularly arable land, and increasing demographic pressure represents one out of two types of high-potential areas. (Résumé d'auteur)

Classification Agris : Q70 - Processing of agricultural wastes
P35 - Soil fertility
F04 - Fertilizing

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