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Indonesia was one of the then authoritarian states that spearheaded and thoroughly institutionalized the green revolution. The emergence of organic farming (OF), proposed as a strategy for environmental conservation in Indonesia, is embedded in this history. This article uses social network analysis (SNA) to investigate institutional aspects of OF...
While there is a global consensus that agricultural systems need to be transformed to be more sustainable, possible pathways and challenges to this process are still debated. We analyse the challenges and opportunities involved in transforming smallholder farming to organic agriculture in Indonesia, where the intense application of Green Revolution...
Based on the ongoing debates on sustainable fair-trade and organic brands, and the “bio-fetish” (Birch and Tyfield 2012) in Germany, we present a critical insight into current dynamics in organic farming in Indonesia. We investigate how certain ideas and aspects of the debate influence the everyday lives of organic farmers in Indonesia, specificall...