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Organic agriculture, biodiversity and ecosystem services

Published: 23 January 2013

A compilation of recent research on the effects of organic agriculture on biodiversity in agricultural landscapes has now been launched by EPOK.

In order to facilitate assessments of how organic agriculture affects biodiversity and to highlight the measures that are important for strengthening diversity and ecosystem services has EPOK initiated this popular scientific synthesis.

The report is written on Swedish with a summary in English. A summarizing brochure is also available in English.