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Special Issue: Animal welfare in a broad perspective. Papers from the Nordic Network of Agriculture and Food Ethics. (Special Issue: Animal welfare in a broad perspective. Papers from the Nordic Network of Agriculture and Food Ethics.)

By H. Rocklinsberg, M. Gjerris

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This special issue is a compilation of articles from dispersed research groups and individual PhD students which focus on interdisciplinary works on animal welfare involved in Nordic agri-aquaculture field and food ethics. Topics discussed are: how to consider the value of farm animals in breeding goals (a review of current status and future challenges); price of responsibility (ethics of animal husbandry in a time of climate change); inspiring respect for animals through the law (current development in the Norwegian animal welfare legislation); new format for learning about farm animal welfare; sustainable aquaculture (ethical perspectives on salmon farming); and milk in the multiple (making of organic milk in Norway). These articles are intended for veterinarians, animal breeders, aquaculturists, food technologists, animal welfare activists and students.

Date 2011
Publication Title Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics
Volume 24
Issue 4
Pages 305-425
ISBN/ISSN 0893-4282
DOI 10.1007/s10806-010-9272-4
Language English
Author Address Department of Animal Environment and Health, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Box 7068, 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden. Helena.Rocklinsberg@hmh.slu.se mgj@life.ku.dk
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  1. Animal genetics
  2. Animal husbandry
  3. Animal production
  4. Animal rights
  5. Animal welfare
  6. Aquacultural and fisheries
  7. Aquatic organisms
  8. Breeding
  9. Climate
  10. Developed countries
  11. Ethics
  12. Europe
  13. Fish
  14. Fish culture
  15. Fish farms
  16. Food production
  17. Food quality
  18. Husbandry
  19. Law and legal issues
  20. Legal aspects
  21. Legislation
  22. Meteorology
  23. Milk and dairy products
  24. Norway
  25. OECD countries
  26. organic foods
  27. peer-reviewed
  28. principles
  29. regulations
  30. rules
  31. Scandinavia
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