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R esponse - I nducing S ustainability E valuation RISE improving sustainability of agricultural production R esponse - I nducing S ustainability E valuation RISE Tackling sustainability deficits on dairy farms in Northeastern China with RISE Contents

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Response - InducingSustainability Evaluation

RISE

improving sustainabilityof agricultural production

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Response - InducingSustainability Evaluation

RISE

Tackling sustainability deficits on dairy farms in Northeastern China with RISE

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Contents

Response - InducingSustainability Evaluation

What is RISE ?

Tackling sustainability deficits on dairy farms in Northeastern China with RISE

Partnerships to achieve impact

what is rise
What is RISE ?

economy

socio-cultural aspects

ecology

RISE

RISE is a tool/model allowing for a

holistic sustainability assessment of

agricultural production with the aim of

initiating improvements where necessary

what is rise5
What is RISE ?

economy

socio-cultural aspects

ecology

RISE

RISE is a tool/model allowing for a

holistic sustainability assessment of

agricultural production with the aim of

initiating improvements where necessary

  • the tools covers ecological,economic and socialaspects of sustainability
  • evaluates productionat whole-farm level
rise translates information
RISE translates information...

economy

socio-cultural aspects

ecology

RISE

into stimulus for change
…into stimulus for change

economy

socio-cultural aspects

ecology

RISE

  • identification of - strengths ( potentials) and - weaknesses ( intervention points)
into stimulus for change8
…into stimulus for change

economy

socio-cultural aspects

action!

ecology

RISE

  • identification of - strengths ( potentials) and - weaknesses ( intervention points)
  • inducing changes (awareness, practical measures)to improve the situation
  • identification of - strengths ( potentials) and - weaknesses ( intervention points)

farmer

rise is holistic
RISE is holistic…

RISE covers all three dimensions of sustainability

social aspects

ecology

economy

rise is holistic10
RISE is holistic…

Energy

Water

Soil

Biodiversity

Emission potential (N&P)

Plant protection

Waste

Economic stability

Economic efficiency

Local economy

Working conditions

Social security

12 indicators:

Natural

resources

Management

Economy

Social situation

RISE covers all three dimensions of sustainability

and nonetheless specific
…and nonetheless specific

ReactionMeasures

augment valuable filed margins,less intensive use of certain fields,downsize particular plots, etc.

Each indicator is calculated from various parameters(around 60 parameters in total)

State Parameter "SP"  opt.=100

Driving Force Parameter "DF"  opt.=0

Indicator Biodiversity

Parameter Value

SP1: Cropping system (>10 factors 16 such as pesticide use, valuable field margins or hedges, etc.)

DP1: Proportion of intensively cropped area 58(-)

DP2: Plot size 52(-)

DP3: Weed control 10(-)

Degree of sustainabilityDS = S - D = 16 - 40 = -24

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RISE at different scales/levels

  • Evaluation of many farms
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RISE at different scales/levels

  • Evaluation of many farms
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framework conditions

RISE at different scales/levels

  • Evaluation of many farms
  • Analysis of framework conditions
evaluation of many farms
Evaluation of many farms

RISE at different scales/levels

  • Measures at farm level
  • Conducive framework
  • Policy advice
  • Analysis of framework conditions
  • Responsible policies

regulations / laws / ...

framework conditions

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RISE analysisof dairy farms

Case Study, Northeastern China

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Case Study, Northeastern China

RISE analysis of30 dairy farms inShuangcheng district,Heilongjian province,NE China

Collaboration withthe local governmentand Nestlé China Ltd.

example milk supplier no 3 for nestl ne china
Example: Milk supplier No.3 for Nestlé, NE-China

 Driving Force (D) State (S) ▬▬ Degree of Sustainability (DS)

DS: negative positive Border Area

Milk suppliers, NE-China

0.7 ha; 3.3 LU/ha; 2.0 Working force; 8’700 kg milk/year; Crops: maize, rice

Actual

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100

0

-100

Milk suppliers, NE-China (30 farms)

Degree of Sustainability

Soil

Water

Waste

Energy

Income

Cash Flow

Biodiversity

Investments

Local Economy

Social Situation

Plant Protection

Emission Pot. N&P

n=30

Indicators

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Milk suppliers, NE-China (30 farms)

100

Degree of Sustainability

0

-100

IndicatorEmission Potential

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100

0

100

Milk suppliers, NE-China (30 farms)

100

nutrient balance

manure storage

State(points)

DF1

Degree of Sustainability

0

SP2

SP1

Driving Force(points)

absolute amount of N&P per ha

-100

IndicatorEmission Potential

single parametersfor indicator Em.Pot.

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100

0

100

Milk suppliers, NE-China (30 farms)

100

nutrient balance

manure storage

State(points)

DF1

Degree of Sustainability

0

SP2

SP1

Driving Force(points)

absolute amount of N&P per ha

-100

IndicatorEmission Potential

single parametersfor indicator Em.Pot.

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100

0

100

Milk suppliers, NE-China (30 farms)

100

nutrient balance

manure storage

State(points)

DF1

Degree of Sustainability

0

SP2

SP1

Driving Force(points)

absolute amount of N&P per ha

-100

IndicatorEmission Potential

single parametersfor indicator Em.Pot.

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100

0

100

Milk suppliers, NE-China

100

nutrient balance

manure storage

State(points)

DF1

Degree of Sustainability

0

SP2

SP1

Driving Force(points)

absolute amount of N&P per ha

-100

IndicatorEmission Potential

single parametersfor indicator Em.Pot.

investments in slurry containers and tight slurry compartments
Investments in slurry containers and tight slurry compartments

Milk suppliers, NE-China

example milk supplier no 3 for nestl ne china27
Example: Milk supplier No.3 for Nestlé, NE-China

 Driving Force (D) State (S) ▬▬ Degree of Sustainability (DS)

DS: negative positive Border Area

Milk suppliers, NE-China

0.7 ha; 3.3 LU/ha; 2.0 Working force; 8’700 kg milk/year; Crops: maize, rice

Actual

Optimized

example milk supplier no 3 for nestl ne china28
Example: Milk supplier No.3 for Nestlé, NE-China

 Driving Force (D) State (S) ▬▬ Degree of Sustainability (DS)

DS: negative positive Border Area

Milk suppliers, NE-China

0.7 ha; 3.3 LU/ha; 2.0 Working force; 8’700 kg milk/year; Crops: maize, rice

Optimized (manure recycling: storage, handling, selling 85%)

Actual

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Case Study, Northeastern China

Impact of the study

 collaboration of Nestlé with the regional government:

  • Establishment of an extension service team
  • Demonstration farms in 74 milk collection centers
  • Experimental farm (training for farmers)
  • Installation of over 400 biogas generators
  • Village manure storage (business generation) planned
  • Extension DVD on good agricultural practice
  • Promotion of innovative ideas for farming communities
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Partnerships to achieve impact

public

private

partnership

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Partnerships to achieve impact

  • Farmers
  • Government institutions
  • Private sector (processing, retailers, …)
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Partnerships to achieve impact

  • Farmers
  • Government institutions
  • Private sector (processing, retailers, …)
  • Other public entities (NGOs, Research institutions, …)
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Partnerships to achieve impact

  • Farmers
  • Government institutions
  • Private sector (processing, retailers, …)
  • Other public entities (NGOs, Research institutions, …)
  • Education, training, extension
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Partnerships to achieve impact

  • Farmers
  • Government institutions
  • Private sector (processing, retailers, …)
  • Other public entities (NGOs, Research institutions, …)
  • Education and training, extension
  • Producer and label organizations
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Conclusion

  • Experience with RISE
  • holistic and at the same time specific tool
  • of value at different levels
  • applied in collaboration with various partners

 Potential for tangible impact

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Thank you

Symposium on Indicatorand Assessment Systems

March 16 & 17, 2006Bern, Switzerland