Farming systems operate in biophysical, political, social, economic and cultural environments which are often far from stable. Frequently or unfavourably changing conditions can affect farming systems’ performance, i.e., the delivery of functions such as food production or ecosystem services.
You can find in this report six general principles underpinning patterns that enable the resilience of Farming Systems. As the authors hihglight, an important challenge is that farming systems and enabling environments should always find a good balance between addressing challenges in the short run and dealing with challenges in the long run.
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Erik Mathijs, Jo Bijttebier, Francesco Accatino, Peter Feindt, Camelia Gavrilescu, Gordana Manevska-Tasevska, Miranda Meuwissen, Franziska Ollendorf, Mariya Peneva, Carolina San Martín, Simone Severini, Alisa Spiegel, Mauro Vigani, Katarzyna Zawalińska, Erwin Wauters.
Erik Mathijs (firstname.lastname@example.org)