Outline of sustainable agriculture

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to sustainable agriculture:

Sustainable agriculture – applied science that integrates three main goals, environmental health, economic profitability, and social and economic equity. These goals have been defined by a variety of philosophies, policies and practices, from the vision of farmers and consumers. Perspectives and approaches are very diverse, the following topics intend to help understanding what sustainable agriculture is.


Branches of sustainable agriculture

Sustainable farming

Sustainable farming

Perennial foods

Sustainable forestry management

Sustainable forest management

Sustainable landscaping

Sustainable landscaping

Approaches in sustainable agriculture



Integrated pest control



Regenerative agriculture

Sustainable development

Economic considerations

Farming and natural resources

Sustainable agricultural practices

Sustainable agricultural practices

Rural development

Food and food transformation

Economic, social and political context


Conventions, protocols, panels and summits

y protocol]] - Montreal 2000


See also

Related lists


External links

  • Sustainable agriculture - the basics
  • Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education
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