2 edition of Resource conservation technologies for food security and rural livelihood found in the catalog.
Resource conservation technologies for food security and rural livelihood
A. R. Khan
Based on lectures delivered at a winter school on Resource conservation technologies : conserving resources for enhancing productivity, sustainability, food security and improvement of rural livelihoods, held during 5-25 November 2009.
|Statement||editors A.R. Khan, et al|
|LC Classifications||S934.G36 .R47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
|LC Control Number||2010347553|
The present book on “Agro-enterprises for Rural Development and Livelihoods Security” is an excellent synthesis of scholarly concepts, cases and methodologies pertaining to enterprise promotion in agriculture and the related dimensions. For the benefit of the readers, the book . Jan 23, · A review of indicators of agricultural and rural livelihood sustainability guide to those involved in the development of indicators of sustainable systems with a particular focus on natural resource management. as prolonged dry seasons have become more frequent and intense with negative impacts on agricultural livelihoods and food security.
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"Understanding nuances of relevant techniques is a pre-requisite to conservation. The present book Resource Conservation Technologies For Food Security and Rural Livelihood is a sincere attempt to descramble the theoretical and operational complexities of resources conservation technologies being adopted in various agro-ecological conditions.
In book: Resource Conservation Technologies for Food Security and Rural Livelihood, Edition: First, Chapter: Attaining food security through Resource Conservation. Resource Conservation Technologies For Food Security and Rural Livelihood Edited by A.R. Khan, S.S. Singh, R.C. Bharati, T.K.
This paper reviews and synthesizes findings from scholarly work on linkages among rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment.
Using the livelihood approach as an organizing framework, we examine evidence on the multiple pathways linking Cited by: Nov 16, · Sharma NK, Chand L, Maurya UK, Singh RJ () Conservation approaches for sustainable agricultural production in North-Western Himalayan Region.
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Ensuring national food security without decreasing environmental quality is essential for China’s agricultural sustainability. This paper proposes an analytical framework that integrates the influence of rural livelihood transitions and the constraint of local resource availability to explore possible approaches for addressing the dual challenges of food security and environmental Cited by: 6.
sustainable food and agriculture ensuring world food security while promoting the sustainable use, conservation and management of natural resources and ecosystem services. These five strategic objectives (highlighted in the paper on Food Security and Nutrition in SIDS which can be found in the same folder as this paper) provide a holistic vision.
‘Advances in Soil and Water Resource Management for Food and Livelihood Security in Changing Climate’, is an attempt to address the present needs of conservation and management of soil and water resources, advanced approaches for on-farm management with the objective to enhance livelihood security.
The publication is expected to benefit. Mar 16, · It also threatened the livelihood of small and marginal farmers in these areas.
This chapter describes how resource conservation technologies like minimum soil disturbance, adequate soil cover, crop rotations and agroforestry are useful in sustaining soil health and crop productivity especially in Cited by: 2.
Published in Plant and Soil ():Conservation agriculture for wheat-based cropping systems under gravity irrigation: increasing resilience through improved soil quality A field experiment was conducted under furrow irrigation on a Vertisol in arid northwestern Mexico, to evaluate.
Food, Environment, and Livelihood Security in a Global Context by World Fact book Project Benefits IPM CRSP research involvement in Guatemala • U.S. consumers gained availability of $40 million flow of snow peas food security, particularly in rural areas.
SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOODS A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS IDS WORKING PAPER 72 Ian Scoones security, well-being and capability. The last two elements add the sustainability dimension, looking, in turn, at the resilience of livelihoods and the natural Natural resource base sustainability – Most rural livelihoods are reliant on the natural.
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Sustainable rural developments require that people’s needs are met, put that the natural resource bases are not destroyed or depleted.
However, this should be accompanied within the realm of sustainability of the resource base and the environment. sustainability for food security, environment protection through the use of renewable energies and income generation for livelihood of the masses in rural and urban settlements.
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Rural Livelihood. Agrarian crisis is increasing in India and farmers cannot depend on farming as the only source of income. Through our partner NGOs, SBI Youth for India fellows work towards delivering innovative solutions to provide a sustainable livelihood for the community. Food security is a measure of the availability of food and individuals' ability to access it.
Affordability is only one factor. There is evidence of food security being a concern many thousands of years ago, with central authorities in ancient China and ancient Egypt being known to release food from storage in times of famine. At the World Food Conference the term "food security" was.
Land degradation poses a major threat to agricultural production and food security in Ethiopia, and sustainable land management (SLM) is key in dealing with its adverse impacts.
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