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dc.contributor.advisorOlaya, Alfredo-
dc.creatorCavides Rubio, Diego Ivan-
dc.descriptionSe 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 mundoes
dc.description.abstractA review was conducted on some focused studies in order to determine the environmental impact caused by coffee-producing farms certified by different Good Agricultural and Socio-Economic Practices systems in different coffee-growing regions. This review shows the most persistent impacts as well as the most particular ones worldwidees
dc.publisherUniversidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ingenierías, Ingeniería Industrial, Neivaes
dc.relation.ispartofCuadernos de Desarrollo Rurales
dc.subjectbuenas prácticas agrícolases
dc.subjectcertificación agrícolaes
dc.subjectimpacto ambientales
dc.subject.othergood agricultural practiceses
dc.subject.otheragricultural certificationes
dc.subject.otherenvironmental impactes
dc.titleImpacto ecológico, social y económico de fincas certificadas en buenas prácticas agrícolas y comercio justoes
dc.typeArtículos Científicoses
dc.rights.licenseAtribución – No comercial – Sin Derivares
dc.publisher.programIngeniería Civiles
dc.description.tableOfContentsTitulo - Resumen - Introducción - Metodología - Resultados - discusión - conclusioneses
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dc.publisher.editorUniversidad Javerianaes
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