6 edition of Intensive Agriculture And Sustainability found in the catalog.
November 15, 2004
by University of British Columbia Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
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Sustainable intensive agriculture is a paradigm of food production that meets the five criteria of sustainable agriculture by focusing on modern science and technology, with the aim of meeting the food needs of a fast increasing global population.
The National Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching Policy Act ofdefines sustainable agriculture “as an integrated system of plant.
Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability outlines the advantages of Farming Systems Analysis for understanding the implications of modern, intensive agriculture.
This book describes some of the major environmental and social problems connected with intensive farming; outlines a framework for analyzing its sustainability; discusses key linkages Cited by: As globalization restructures agriculture and rural communities, the impacts of increasingly industrialized farming make interdisciplinary analyses of the linkages among the social, environmental, and economic aspects of farming ever more vital.
This collection analyzes the reasons for the public’s scrutiny of intensive agriculture and the prospects for sustainable farming now that concerns 2/5(1). Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability outlines the advantages of Farming Systems Analysis for understanding the implications of modern, intensive agriculture.
This book describes some of the major environmental and social problems connected with intensive farming; outlines a framework for analyzing its sustainability; discusses key linkages among the environmental, economic, and social 2/5(1). Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability outlines theadvantages of Farming Systems Analysis for understanding theimplications of modern, intensive agriculture.
This book describes someof the major environmental and social problems connected with intensivefarming; outlines a framework for analyzing its sustainability;discusses key linkages among.
This book outlines the advantages of farming systems analysis for understanding the implications of modern, intensive agriculture and for evaluating sustainability. The first part of the book looks at the major environmental and social problems connected with intensive farming.
Using farming systems analysis, other chapters discuss key linkages among the environmental, economic, and social Cited by: 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 based on an understanding of ecosystem includes profit, environmental stewardship, fairness, health, business and familial aspects on a farm setting. A set of sustainability indicators is proposed to measure the effects of the food supply chain, comprising stages of agriculture, food processing, food wholesaling, food retailing and food catering.
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Concerns are. The book starts out with a historical overview on how agriculture got to where it is today- looking b years. Then it goes over important concepts for farmers and ranchers in today's agricultural markets and how to create systems of sustainable agriculture/5(11). Barney, L.
Bedford, in Chilled Foods (Third Edition), Sustainability, food miles and carbon footprint. Sustainability (in food and raw material terms) is a complex concept and reflects concern over the long-term environmental impact of agriculture and food supply chains.
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Sustainable agriculture describes crop management approaches that address the interdependent goals of increasing or at least maintaining yield while protecting the environment, conserving natural resources, and slowing climate change.
Numerous authors have espoused limiting synthetic fertilizer and pesticides and promoting organic agriculture (Lechenet et al., ; Martinez-Alcantara et al Cited by: 2.
Sustainable Food and Agriculture: An Integrated Approach is the first book to look at the imminent threats to sustainable food security through a cross-sectoral lens.
As the world faces food supply challenges posed by the declining growth rate of agricultural productivity, accelerated deterioration of quantity and quality of natural resources. As globalization restructures agriculture and rural communities, theimpacts of increasingly industrialized farming make interdisciplinaryanalyses of the linkages among the social, environmental, and economicaspects of farming ever more vital.
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