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Une agroécologie silencieuse au sein de l'agriculture française

Abstract : While the agroecology is strongly debated since 2012 in France, this article reveals a silent agroecology, and barely visible, among conventional farmers from case studies of farm machinery cooperatives (Cuma). These farmers make better use of their ecological functionalities through peer-to-peer cooperation, to firstly increase their autonomy, hence their little justification of the environmental benefits generated by their new practices. The public tools of agricultural census, giving little attention to their specific collective practices, strengthen this silence. The contrasted agroecological performances of their new practices reveal the difficulties they face, due to a lack of appropriate resources from other sector operators.
Mots-clés : Cuma Agroécologie
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Véronique Lucas, Pierre Gasselin, Jean Marc Barbier, Anne-Claire Pignal, Roberto Cittadini, et al.. Une agroécologie silencieuse au sein de l'agriculture française. Bosc, Christel; Arrignon, Mehdi. Les transitions agroécologiques en France : enjeux, conditions et modalités du changement, Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, pp.147-160, 2020, 978-2-84516-640-0. ⟨hal-03204571⟩



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