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Integrating economics, technology networks, soils and gender to remove constraints to Conservation Agriculture in the developing world
(Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2011)
The following paper presented provides an overview of the multidisciplinary approach of the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Program (SANREM CRSP) in promoting the ...
Predisposition for Conservation Agriculture in North West Ghana
This electronic presentation provides an overview of the research project of the same name (Predisposition for Conservation Agriculture in North West Ghana):
Gender, markets, and development in Africa: Women in development
This presentation provides an overview of women's role in development and local and regional markets. The author outlines constraints to women's participation in these markets, as well as gender gaps between countries in ...
The effects of climate change and soil management practices on soil organic matter in agro-ecosystems of the Bolivian Altiplano
This presentation shows how the current soil management practices in Umala-Bolivia influences the availability of nutrients in local soils, and what practices should be adopted to prevent further damage.
Agriculture in the Bolivian Altiplano
An overview of soil fertility in the Bolivian Altiplano.
Anticipating and responding to pest and disease risks
Adapting to Change in the Andean Highlands: Practices and Strategies to Address Climate and Market Risks in Vulnerable Agro-ecosystems (SANREM CRSP LTRA 4) is focused on identifying the consequences of climate change for ...
Transformative Hypotheses: Linking knowledge, building human, social and political capitals, building adaptive capacities
Adapting to climate change in Andean Ecosystems: SANREM LTRA-4 Practices and Strategies
Soil organic matter in mitigation and adaptation in the Bolivian Highlands
Land Trusts and direct payments as mechanisms to secure land for conservation
Many protected areas in Africa are too small to provide the full array of ecological requirements for key wildlife species. Consequently numerous species spend long periods of their annual seasonal cycles on neighbouring ...