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DIEGO IVAN CAVIEDES RUBIO IVAN CAVIEDES RUBIO

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Se realizó una revisión de diversos estudios enfocados para establecer el impacto ambiental generado en las fincas productoras de café certificadas con diferentes sellos de buenas prácticas agrícolas y socioeconómicas en las diversas regiones productoras del grano. De esta revisión se establecieron los impactos de mayor persistencia, así como los de mayor singularidad en todo el mundo.

Keywords

good agricultural practices; agricultural certification; environmental impactbuenas prácticas agrícolas; certificación agrícola; impacto ambiental

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CAVIEDES RUBIO, D. I. C. R. I. (2020). Impacto ecológico, social y económico de fincas certificadas en buenas prácticas agrícolas y comercio justo. Cuadernos De Desarrollo Rural, 17. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cdr17.iese
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