4 edition of Sustainability of agricultural systems in transition found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, William A. Payne, Dennis R. Keeney, and Srinivas C. Rao.|
|Series||ASA special publication ;, no. 64|
|Contributions||Payne, William A., Keeney, Dennis R., Rao, Srinivas C. 1940-|
|LC Classifications||S1 .A453 no. 64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||2001132842|
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About this book Current issues in world agricultural development, and those of tomorrow, are interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, transnational, and global. Contributions Sustainability of agricultural systems in transition book from a Societies-World Bank symposium address on-farm, institutional, and policy levels of action in the effort to develop global agriculture sustainably.
Because of the changing demands placed upon agriculture, and the many technological advances in feed, food, and fiber production, agricultural systems of the world are ever in transition. There is a general consensus that agricultural systems must approach sustainability.
Certainly they cannot progress to be unsustainable. Book: Sustainability of Agricultural Systems in Transition, ASA Special Publicat Published by: American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America.
This chapter presents a synthesis of the deliberations from the ‐d symposium held in Baltimore, Maryland, in association with the annual meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, which feature.
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Agricultural systems are described in terms of their diversity, that is, different types of systems and their heterogeneity, that is, the variation in the physical, biological, and human.
Sustainability of agricultural systems in transition. Madison, Wis.: American Society of Agronomy: Crop Science Society of America: Soil Science Society of America, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William A Payne; Dennis R Keeney; Srinivas C Rao; American.
By focusing on a systems approach to improving the sustainability of Sustainability of agricultural systems in transition book. agriculture, this book can have a profound impact on the development and implementation of sustainable farming systems.
Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century serves as a valuable resource for policy makers, farmers, experts in food production and Cited by: 3. This Special Issue of Sustainability aims at compiling original theoretical, methodological, and empirical research exploring how agroecology approaches can promote the transition towards sustainability, particularly of agri-food social-ecological systems, taking into account the complex relationships established between ecological functions and ecosystem services, human.
The global transition to sustainable food and agriculture will require major improvements in the efficiency of resource use, in environmental protection and in systems resilience.
Sustainable agriculture requires a system of global governance that promotes food security concerns in trade regimes and trade policies, and revisits agricultural.
The multi-level perspective (MLP) is a prominent transition framework. The MLP posits that transitions come about through interaction processes within and among three analytical levels: niches, socio-technical regimes and a socio-technical landscape.
This systematic review provides an overview on the use of the MLP in research on agro-food sustainability by: 8. Since the World Sustainable Development Summit, there has been wide research and support for global and local transitions toward agricultural and food systems that are less dependent on fossil fuel inputs and are more harmonious with nature in terms of conserving biodiversity and other ecosystem services [13–15].Debates on whether sustainable agriculture.
Agricultural Systems is an international journal that deals with interactions - among the components of agricultural systems, among hierarchical levels of agricultural systems, between agricultural and other land use systems, and between agricultural systems and their natural, social and economic ripts submitted to Agricultural Systems generally should.
5 Sustainable Food Systems. Gerald Nelson, professor emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, addressed indicators and metrics associated with the transition to sustainable food Nelson opened his discussion by highlighting progress made globally in reducing hunger and sustaining the demand for food as population has continued to increase.
The book begins with a focus on the key ecological factors and resources that impact agricultural plants and animals as individual organisms. It then examines all of the components of agroecosystem complexity, from genetics to landscapes and explores the transition process for achieving sustainability and indicators of progress.
This book presents a dimension that we have to apply and follow if humanity has to co-exist and survive on this one earth of ours." - Gete Zeleke, Water and Land Resource Centre, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia "The Age of Sustainability sketches a way out of the ecological apocalypse, both ambitious and realistic.
Ambitious because it is a. sustainability in transition Download sustainability in transition or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get sustainability in transition book now. This site is like a library, Use search box. Nevertheless, sustainability transition scholarship tends to overlook agro-food systems [1, 6, 18, 19].
Different frameworks have been used to conceptualize, understand and promote transition Author: Hamid El Bilali. Sustainable agriculture OK, so sustainable agriculture is the wave of the future. But what is it, exactly. In agriculture, sustainability is a complex idea with many facets, including the economic (a sustainable farm should be a profitable business that contributes to a robust economy), the social (it should deal fairly with its workers and have a mutually beneficial relationship with the.
Our Common Journey: A Transition Toward Sustainability. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / urban systems, agricultural production, energy and materials use, ecosystem restoration and biodiversity conservation, and suggests an approach for building a new research agenda for sustainability science.
Aims & Scope and Article Types. The journal offers a platform for reporting studies of innovations and socio-economic transitions to enhance an environmentally sustainable economy and thus solve structural resource scarcity and environmental problems, notably related to fossil energy use and climate involves attention for technological, organizational, economic.
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Our Common Journey: A Transition Toward SustainabilityCited by: The book not only studies the methods that enhance the reader’s understanding of the impact of global change but also discusses mitigation strategies. The emphasis is on sustainability in a framework of development, with special attention to equity.
The main outcome of sustainable agro-food systems is food and nutrition security. Nevertheless, about half of the global population is affected by food insecurity and malnutrition, a symptom of the dysfunctions of the current food system.
This paper provides a review of the state of research on the sustainability of agro-food transitions, and the extent to which and in what Cited by: 4.
Where are the best sustainable agriculture research and information sources. Databases and other online information portals may contain book and article citations and abstracts, research project descriptions, full-text documents and spreadsheets, organizational contact information, plant and animal production information and/or other kinds of data.
agroecology seeks to transform food and agricultural systems, addressing the root causes of problems in an integrated way and providing holistic and long-term solutions.
This includes an explicit focus on social and economic dimensions of food systems. Agroecology places a strong focus on the rights of women, youth and indigenous peoples. Changing the Food Game shows how our present food production system cannot support this growth.
In this prescient book, Lucas Simons argues that the biggest challenge for our generation can only be solved by effective market transformation to achieve sustainable agriculture and. Sustainability is the ability of a system to exist constantly at a cost, in a universe that evolves towards thermodynamic equilibrium, the state with maximum the 21st century, it refers generally to the capacity for the biosphere and human civilization to coexist.
It is also defined as the process of people maintaining change in a homeostasis balanced environment, in which. Permaculture is a set of design principles centered on whole systems thinking, simulating, or directly utilizing the patterns and resilient features observed in natural uses these principles in a growing number of fields from regenerative agriculture, rewilding, and community resilience.
The term permaculture was coined by David Holmgren, then a graduate student at. Agricultural Innovation Systems: A Framework for Analysing the Role of the Government. This OECD report reviews recent trends in agricultural innovation systems (AIS) and discusses the impact of a wide range of policies on the creation and diffusion of innovation in the agricultural and agrifood sector.
The global renewable energy transition that is already underway holds the key to the wider just transition. However, the evolutionary potential of the present also manifests in the mushrooming of ecocultures, new urban visions, sustainability-oriented developmental states and new ways of learning and researching.
Given its scale and scope, the sustainability transition is a challenge to the entire agricultural sector. The main question is, how to support the transition process. In this article, we explore how agricultural science can address the sustainability transition of farming systems to understand and support transition by: 2.
Transformative redesign of agri-food systems based on agroecological principles is thus urgently needed. The three authors of this paper are agronomists who have analysed environmental impacts of agricultural systems for many years using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), the method most widely used to assess environmental impacts of agriculture and Author: Hayo Van Der Werf.
viii Food and Agriculture: The future of sustainability Group 2: An Agricultural Production and Environmental Sustainability Group was convened by Sara Scherr and Jeffrey Milder of EcoAgriculture Partners 5, which offers an independent platform for cross-sectoral dialogue and action among diverse stakeholders – from farmers and community.
By Adrian Martin and Laura Vang Rasmussen. Sustainable intensification of agriculture is seen by many in science and policy as a flagship strategy for helping to meet global social and ecological commitments - such as ending hunger and protecting biodiversity - as laid out in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Paris climate : Laura Vang Rasmussen.
An explicit sustainability movement took shape aroundbut in a sense, sustainability had been "in the making" since about the yearwhich is where the book begins.
The movement might be of recent origin but the concepts that inform it go back a long way. The book also considers the challenges of sustainability in the future.
In many sectors and regions sustainability transitions are gathering pace as new technologies, business models and social practices begin to transform existing systems of social provisioning.
Yet the current political context is difficult. And in some areas there is increasing resistance to transformative change that promotes sustainability.
As a complement to Chapter 1, which introduced systems thinking, this chapter completes the book with insights derived from applying systems thinking to sustainability.
With a hard-earned understanding of sustainability’s interactive relationships, the chapter asks us to view the Earth as though we were astronauts. The Sustainable City describes how a deep understanding of earth systems science, the impact of human-built technological creations and systems, and the global biosphere is necessary today if we are to create sustainable living for future generations.
Only then, he says, can we “avoid a completely artificial world” and “prevent the. Robert W. Kates, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Great Transition of the GSG. In exploring the sustainability transition, the Board on Sustainable Development (BRC-BSD, ) undertook with the assistance of the Global Scenario Group, an analysis of the proposed Sustainability Transition, using for illustration, specific.
A recent book ‘Transforming Food Systems for a Rising India’ by the Tata-Cornell Institute for Agriculture and Nutrition (TCI) at Cornell University provides a detailed assessment of the major paradoxes of the Indian growth story.
It is marked by the simultaneous existence of regional inequality, rural and urban food insecurity, intractable malnutrition problems and the growing .Technology paradigm shifts and sustainability: an application to agricultural production.
By Ajay Thutupalli [email protected] + 31 (0) 43 UNU-MERIT, 19 Keizer Karelplein, TC, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Abstract. Major technological transitions in the history of agricultural production came about in the form.Achieving successful farmer engagement on greenhouse gas emission mitigation.
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 14, Burbi, S. & Olave, R.J. (). Transition to agroforestry: current challenges and opportunities for the adoption of agroforestry as carbon sequestration strategy.
Agroecology Forum October.