Agricultural Green Innovation: constraints and opportunities

Shinyekwa, Isaac and Kiwala, Yusuf (2018). Agricultural Green Innovation: constraints and opportunities. UNU-INRA Policy Brief. UNU-INRA.

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    Author Shinyekwa, Isaac
    Kiwala, Yusuf
    Editor Ayuk, Elias T.
    Quartey, Vicentia Y.
    Title Agricultural Green Innovation: constraints and opportunities
    Series Title UNU-INRA Policy Brief
    Volume/Issue No. No. 18
    Publication Date 2018-09-21
    Place of Publication Accra
    Publisher UNU-INRA
    Pages 4
    Language eng
    Abstract The term Green innovation (or eco innovation) encompasses constructs coined to mean innovations which improve environmental performance, such as sustainable-driven innovation, eco innovation, and environmental innovation. It brings a wider perspective to the innovation discourse, moving beyond economic aspects of value creation to embrace environmental and social factors. This study explores eco innovation in the context of the agricultural sector in Uganda and focuses on SMEs. It outlines the benefits of eco-innovation, the driving factors, constraints, opportunities and the implications for land and water management.
    Keyword Eco-innovation
    Green SMEs
    Uganda
    Copyright Holder UNU-INRA
    Copyright Year 2018
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
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