2 edition of Conservation and use of agro-ecological diversity found in the catalog.
Conservation and use of agro-ecological diversity
Cohen, Joel I.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-24).
|Statement||Joel I. Cohen.|
|Series||Biopolicy international series ;, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||S494.3 .C64 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||92980381|
Use of South Africa’s Biological Diversity (July ) is guided by the main aims of the Convention, namely conservation of biodiversi-ty, sustainable use of biological resources, and equity. The key goals of the policy are conservation of the diversity of landscapes, ecosystems, habitats, communities, populations, species and genes. Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity! Article 11 of Convention on Biological Diversity has emphasized on this issue by stating: “Each contracting party shall, as far as possible and as appropriate, adopt economically and socially sound measures that act as incentives for the conservation and sustainable use components of biological diversity.”. Education is essential for the sustainable and equitable use of biodiversity and its conservation. It is also crucial for mainstreaming biodiversity. The erosion of indigenous and local knowledge and the associated decline in sustainable traditional land use threatens biodiversity and ecosystems services, as well as communities’ contributions to accomplishing SDG 4 (inclusive.
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Good agroecological practices are indispensable for the development of sustainable agriculture. In this book, principles, diversity and applications of agroecological practices for a range of systems are presented, transforming scientific research and participatory knowledge of production into Cited by: Conservation and use of agro-ecological diversity book.
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diversity, but the conservation of agricultural bio-diversity as an integral component of sustainable management practice. One of the aims of this strategy, therefore, is to serve the implementation of Germany’s Sustainability Strat-egy.
As agriculture dominates and shapes the land-scape in rural regions, including coastal areas, the. From a biological perspective, agroecological systems optimize the diversity of species and genetic resources in different ways.
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diversity of biota in agricultural landscapes, with a focus on sites of conservational work under UNU/PLEC in Ghana ÈStrengths and weaknesses are highlighted, as are the threats ÈAttempts by PLEC to build upon the traditional systems are outlined, all with reference to PLEC sites in Ghana’s major agro-ecological zones ÈPolicy lessons are drawn.
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and the ecological processes of which they are a Conservation and use of agro-ecological diversity book – including ecosystem, species, and genetic diversity components.” The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity provides a similar definitionfor biodiversity: “the variability among living organisms from all sources including, inter alia [among other things], terrestrial, marineFile Size: KB.
This book investigates the interactions between different shifts in innovation models. It underlines ecological conditions and production intensification in the agriculture sector. In total six innovation processes were analyzed in different countries such as Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Haiti, Madagascar and Senegal.
Ethiopia has great geographic diversity, and macro- and micro-climatic variability. The country has ten ecosystems, and 18 major and 49 minor agro-ecological zones. As the result, the country is endowed with great diversity of plant, animal and microbial genetic Size: 1MB.
Landraces are likely to persist in patches and islands of farming systems in regions of crop domestication and diversity, and these patches provide potential sites for conservation programs.
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One. water-use efﬁciency, pest control, soil conservation, and fertility management of the kind that subsistence farmers can afford (Gliessman, ). The type and abundance of biodiversity in agri-culture will differ across agroecosystems which dif-fer in age, diversity, structure, and management.
Use of Resources—Social Concepts of Biodiversity. Research on the relationship among cultural patterns, economic bases, social activities, and the use of natural resources provides us with baseline data with which to interpret impacts, positive and negative, on the biological diversity of.
The conservation of biological diversity; 2. The sustainable use of the components of biological diversity; 3. The fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising from the use of genetic resources.
The CBD’s governing body is the Conference of the Parties (COP). It holds periodic. Conservation of biodiversity in natural heritage sites including sacred groves, protected areas and other biodiversity ‘hotspots’ is crucial for maintaining the resilience of ecosystems.
The lagoons of Lakshadweep are a very unique ecosystem harbouring wide diversity of marine flora and fauna, which needs to be conserved on top priority.
This book contains overviews and original studies focused on ecological and ecosystem functioning studies, hazards and conservation management, assessment of environmental variables affecting species diversity, also considering species richness.
( views) Principles of Field Biology and Ecology by Allen H. Benton - McGraw-Hill, The study of ecological processes in agriculture. Agroecology is the study of ecological processes applied to agricultural production systems. Bringing ecological principles to bear in agroecosystems can suggest novel management approaches that would not otherwise be t(s): food, ecosystem services.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is a multilateral treaty. The Convention has three main goals including: the conservation of biological diversity (or biodiversity); the sustainable use of its components; and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from genetic t: Environmentalism, Biodiversity conservation.
Vol Is October ISSN: (Print) (Online) agro-ecological zoning for conservation of open grasslands. Delayed and immediate effects of habitat loss on the genetic diversity of the grassland plant Trifolium montanum.
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In the past, national and international development agencies have seldom relied on—or called for—basic information on biological diversity. This can no longer be the case. Many development projects include a significant natural resource component and thus require sober analysis of their environmental impacts.
More broadly, international agencies and resource and planning ministries in. The book shows how biocultural diversity conservation is done in practice, using a diversity of approaches adapted to a variety of contexts.
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The Conservation of Plant Biodiversity takes an evolutionary perspective to the conservation of plant biodiversity, stressing the need to explore both current and long-term issues.
It highlights three conservation strategies: communities conserved in nature reserves; individual species conserved in nature reserves or botanic gardens; and domesticated plants, preserved mainly in germplasm Reviews: 1.
Threats to Biodiversity. The core threats to biodiversity are human population growth and unsustainable resource use. To date, the most significant causes of extinction are habitat loss, introduction of exotic species, and overharvesting.
This page is a list of environmental books. In this context they are notable books that describe, as a major theme, the effects of human activity on the environment.
Non-fiction is an account or representation of a subject which is presented as fact. This presentation may be accurate or not; that is, it can give either a true or a false. Biodiversity conservation is the protection and management of biodiversity to obtain resources for sustainable development.
Biodiversity conservation has three main objectives: To preserve the diversity of species. Sustainable utilization of species and ecosystem. To maintain life-supporting systems and essential ecological processes. Agriculture could use the principles of agro-ecology to adapt and become more resilient while reducing its impact on climate.
This is one of many conclusions drawn by a book on the agro-ecological transition within farming systems in the global South, to be published by.
Sustainability, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, A wide variety of plant genetic resources (PGR) is the basis of food and nutrition security, as well as the foundation of economic security in the agricultural sector.
the ETN has published 40 basic text books and manuals, and a series on Latin American Environmental Thinking. However, these publications have privileged the Spanish-speaking countries of the region.
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the conservation, restoration, and use of pdf and related ecosystem processes. Some ecologists investigate the effects of different land uses and management practices. Restoration ecologists are developing rationale and methodologies for rehabilitating or restoring damaged habitats and for reintroducing native Size: KB.Why agricultural biodiversity matters - sustainability 5.
Agricultural biodiversity can play a role in sustaining soil health, food and habitat for important pollinators and natural pest predators that are vital to agricultural production.Populations and species are disappearing due to disturbances in the environment caused by human activities.
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