1 edition of The Ethics of Sustainable Agricultural Intensification (Fao Ethics) found in the catalog.
The Ethics of Sustainable Agricultural Intensification (Fao Ethics)
August 2004 by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA .
Written in English
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In: Thompson P.B. (eds) The Ethics of Intensification. The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics, vol The ethics of intensification: agricultural development and cultural change / Paul B.
Thompson editor Sustainable agriculture: a Christian ethic of gratitude / Mark E. Graham Conservation agriculture and. The full text of the FAO intensification paper is followed by chapters that mount specific reactions to its relevance for agricultural technology, environmental protection, globalization and animal welfare, and.
The Ethics of Agricultural Intensification: An Interdisciplinary and International Conversation Paul B. Thompson and John Otieno Ouko* Global agriculture faces a number of challenges as the world. DesJardins J () Business, Ethics and the Environment: Imagining a Sustainable Future.
Pearson, Harlow. FAO () The Ethics of Sustainable Agricultural Intensification. FAO Ethics Series 3, Food. Sustainable agriculture is farming in sustainable ways, which means meeting society's food and textile present needs, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
It can be. 3 History, Ethics, and Intensification in Agriculture 69 Agroecology and Integrated Pest Management, – 6 Historian Donald W orster traces the roots of modern ecology to the writings of Carl. This volume was written in response to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Series of Ethics Papers that broached a series of previously neglected issues in international agricultural development.
Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction: the ethics of agricultural. The Ethics of Agricultural Intensification: An Interdisciplinary and International Conversation Paul B.
Thompson and John Otieno Ouko* Global agriculture faces a number of Author: Paul B. Thompson. Sustainable intensification of agriculture – Challenges and opportunities L. WIESE Dept. of Soil Science, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch,Western Cape, South Africa ([email protected]).
Conventional forms of agricultural intensification. Sustainable intensification. Primary goals of farmers Increase crop and livestock yields Improve yields and incomes, improve natural capital in Cited by: Sustainable Agricultural Intensification (SAI) is a concept that challenges global agriculture to achieve a doubling in world food production while sustaining the environment in which we live.
SAI aims to. "Sustainable Intensification as a Sociotechnical Imaginary" in Contested Sustainability Discourses in the Agrifood System by D.H. Constance, J. Konefal, and M. Hatanaka, Ed. Abingdon, Oxon UK and. Sustainable Intensification of European Agriculture A review sponsored by the RISE Foundation The contributors to this study are Allan Buckwell 1, Andreas Nordang Uhre 2, Annabelle Williams, Jana File Size: 5MB.
Sustainable agricultural intensification - increasing productivity per unit land area - is thus necessary to secure the food supply for the increasing world population. The Solution: Sustainable Intensification as a New Production System. The continued development of a sustainable intensification of agriculture is essential to maintain the future quality and supply of.
Sustainable agricultural intensification Food Climate Research Network, Agricultural production intersects with environmental, animal welfare and human wellbeing and health issues.
Sustainable. Definition of Sustainable Agricultural Intensification: An activity involved in increasing the agricultural productivity without damaging the environment. provides researchers the ability to access full-text.
The philosophy behind sustainable agriculture was a response, mostly by small family farmers, to over industrialized agriculture beginning in the early ’s.
As time progressed the Author: Leigh Vincola. In recent years, as a way to achieve higher agricultural output while reducing the negative impact of agricultural production on the environment, agricultural sustainable intensification has attracted Cited by: 1. Agricultural Sustainability is crucial, enlightening reading for field workers in NGOs and agricultural extensions; personnel in local, national, and international developmental organizations; and educators.
Sustainable agriculture must nurture healthy ecosystems and support the sustainable management of land, water and natural resources, while ensuring world food security.
To be sustainable, agriculture. Sustainable intensification - Food Ethics Council is that developing more sustainable agricultural systems and supporting other countries to do the same will require a suite of policies.
Intellectual property – patenting and ethics 6. Ethical issues in agricultural research Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary The way we regulate food and agricultural systems is File Size: KB.
Sustainable agricultural intensification: actor landscape 13 Sustainable agricultural intensification: concepts and vision 14 Sustainable agricultural intensification: practices 3.K. Whyte and P. Thompson, Ideas for How to Take Wicked Problems Seriously, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 25(): 4.P.
Thompson and K. Ethics of Agriculture. Scholarly discourse about the values and norms associated with agriculture and the food system—farming, resource management, food processing, distribution, trade, and. The sustainable intensification of agricultural systems should thus be seen as part of a wide range of initiatives and efforts to create greener economies.
Green growth and the greener Cited by: Sustainable Agricultural Intensification: A Practical Solution for the Global Development Agenda At this critical time when a new generation of Development Goals are being considered, agricultural Author: Professor Sir Gordon Conway. Sustainable intensification in agriculture.
Navigating a course through competing food system priorities, Food Climate Research Network and the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, University.
Sustainable intensification also links to adaptation through its effects on farm incomes. Any practices that improve farm incomes allow farming households to build up their assets that can be used in times of Cited by: [REVIEW] Paul B.
Thompson - - Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 26 (2) Farmers’ Strategies as Building Block for Rethinking Sustainable Intensification. Diana Suhardiman. sification of existing agricultural land – but this must be accompanied by a step reduction in the negative environmental impacts of agricul-ture.
Hence the concept of sustainable intensification. • Sustainable. The ethics of food and agriculture is confronted with enormous challenges. Scientific developments in the food sciences promise to be dramatic; the concept of life sciences, that comprises the integral. It is not the objective here to compare technologies 1 or means of agricultural intensification with respect to any particular indicator, or to provide recipes to solve the world food problem.
2 Yet one thing is Cited by: Mechanization for rural development. Issues and Patterns in agricultural mechanization – A review This book gives a wide-ranging perspective on the present state of mechanization in the developing world.
Understanding the major health risks and exposure pathways is crucial in making sustainable agricultural management decisions. Our review summarized and synthesized the results from 73 studies Cited by: 6. This is an informal introduction to a series of essays on agricultural ethics.
These essays have been solicited from people who have thought about the choices we face and the decisions we must make. Matthias Halwart, Senior Strategic Programmer Officer of the FAO Sustainable Agriculture Programme, explains the importance of sustainable agricultural intensification and its contribution to.Purchase Agricultural Sustainability - 1st Edition.
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