Organic agriculture and the law

Organic agriculture and the law
This publication seeks to identify and explain the different legal issues related to organic production, including a comparative analysis of selected public and private legal sources of international relevance, as well as recommendations on the issues to consider in the design of national organic agriculture legislation. It is a first step in unravelling the complex and highly technical issues related to drafting national legislation on organic agriculture, and it is hoped that comments from readers will contribute to refining and enriching the preliminary findings presented in this volume.

Author: Elisa Morgera
Other authors: Carmen Bullón Caro, Gracia Marín Durán
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Year: 2012
Country/ies: Argentina, Canada, India, Japan, Tunisia, United States of America
Geographical coverage: European Union (European Union)
Type: Case study


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