Incentives could create a tipping point in conservation agriculture adoption | IFPRI

Some research that I have recently been contributing to in Malawi suggests that incentives–particularly those that leverage network externalities–could accelerate the adoption of conservation agriculture practices. In the long run, a payments-for-ecosystem services program could create exactly the sort of feedback loop that would be necessary for sustained adoption of these types of soil conservation measures.

Source: Incentives could create a tipping point in conservation agriculture adoption | IFPRI

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