International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences

ISSN: 2162-6359

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Organic Farming: A Path of Sustainable Development


Zouari Ahlem and Mohamed Amine Hammas

Today, everyone has at least heard of organic and organic agriculture. Organic farming is an agricultural system that is fully consistent with sustainable development approach. It is an agricultural production management system that uses no chemical fertilizers, pesticides, an industrial synthetic product or a genetically modified organism. Organic agriculture is a factor of sustainable development: for society (health, employment…), the environment (methane emission, water resource…) and the economy (Source of Wealth…). The general objective of the proposed research is to theoretically and empirically evaluate the contribution of organic farming to sustainable development via the three pillars. We will deal with the case of the countries in the Mediterranean surrounding and then we will study the case of Tunisia.


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