Christel Cederberg


Photographer: Johan Bodell/Chalmers

"LCA simply looks at the overall yields. Of course, from that perspective, it´s true that intensive farming methods are indeed more effective. But this is not the whole story of the larger agroecosystem. A diverse landscape with smaller fields, hedgerows and a variety of crops gives other benefits - greater biodiversity, for example," says Christel Cederberg of Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

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