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Green Revolution was introduced in the early 1960s to overcome food shortages. Indonesia achieved food self-sufficiency in 1983 but it had lasted only for a few years and Indonesia had to import rice from 1988 onwards. Unsustainable rice production and thus food self-sufficiency, to some extent, stem from the vices of the Green Revolution. Sustainable agriculture can be a solution for the long-term needs of food and a better environment. Sustainable agriculture was first introduced in Indonesia by NGOs in the early 1980s but before 1997 activities of NGOs were limited. The political regime has …mehr

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Green Revolution was introduced in the early 1960s to overcome food shortages. Indonesia achieved food self-sufficiency in 1983 but it had lasted only for a few years and Indonesia had to import rice from 1988 onwards. Unsustainable rice production and thus food self-sufficiency, to some extent, stem from the vices of the Green Revolution. Sustainable agriculture can be a solution for the long-term needs of food and a better environment. Sustainable agriculture was first introduced in Indonesia by NGOs in the early 1980s but before 1997 activities of NGOs were limited. The political regime has been changed in the middle of 1998 and since then NGOs got a wider range of activities in the development process. Based on the empirical study, this book provides information on the NGOs activities, the relationship among stakeholders, inhibiting and supporting factors, challenging factors and possibilities for NGOs to strengthening their role in facilitating sustainable rice farming. From the case study, this book also provides information on the economic impact of rice farming income that practicing sustainable principles compare to the conventional one.
Autorenporträt
Stefanus Yufra M. Taneo is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Ma Chung, Malang-Indonesia. He teaches Introduction to Economics, Asian & Global Business, Research Methodology, and Entrepreneurship. His research interests are innovation, small and medium-sized enterprises, and economic development.