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Unasylva - La foresterie à petite échelle

La foresterie à petite échelle – qui réunit ici toutes les activités relatives à la propriété, la gestion et les entreprises forestières – peut contribuer de manière significative au développement économique et social, lorsque la situation est propice. Ce numéro d’Unasylva examine les conditions et le soutien qui favorisent ce...
Burkina Faso - China - Finland - Guatemala - Japan - Lithuania
2007

Article de blog
Japan boosts FAO’s efforts to reduce acute food insecurity of conflict and Covid-19 affected population in Yemen

The Government of Japan boosts the Food and Agriculture Organizations of the United Nations (FAO) emergency interventions in Yemen by contributing USD 2 090 909 allocated as part of its ongoing response in Yemen.The “Emergency Agricultural Livelihood Assistance to Conflict and COVID-19 Affected Populations” project enables FAO to provide emergency...
Japan - Yemen
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article du bulletin d’information
Asia/Japan: The way ahead

The exclusion of women from organizing bodies is a key challenge facing women in Japan’s coastal fisheries. In Japan, the Fishery Cooperative Associations (FCAs) are key entities in the effort to protect the environment in coastal fisheries. They manage traditional fishing rights with legal support from the government, and are embedded...
Japan
2020 - International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Article de blog
FAO in Asia-Pacific re-affirms close collaboration with Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on regional technical cooperation

Bangkok, Thailand, FAO’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, and representatives from Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF), today re-affirmed their close collaboration on technical cooperation work in the region during an annual review of the programme. The annual review process was “a very valuable occasion that will...
Japan
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Étude de cas
Research for AGRI Committee - A comparative analysis of global agricultural policies: lessons for the future CAP

This study provides a comparative analysis of global agricultural policies aimed at drawing lessons for the future of the CAP. Against the background of the main trends in agricultural support as well as recent changes and new initiatives in global agricultural policies, an in depth analysis is made of selected...
Australia - Canada - Japan - Switzerland - United States of America
2018

Article de blog
5 New National Committees of Family Farming Created or in the Process of Development in 2017

Currently, 37 National Committees of Family Farming (NCFF) are actively working on political advocacy in their countries. In 2017, the network of National Committees for Family Farming expanded with the incorporation of new countries like Fiji, Macedonia, and Chad, while in Japan and Cameroon important efforts were made in the establishment...
Cameroon - Chad - Fiji - Japan - North Macedonia
2018 - World Rural Forum

Étude de cas
GIAHS in Japan: Sado Island Agriculture in Harmony with Endangered Japanese Crested Ibis

The Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) programme, launched as an initiative of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 2002, provides international recognition to important traditional agricultural systems (including forestry and fisheries) which conserve agrobiodiversity, indigenous knowledge, culture heritage and agricultural landscapes. Today (as of August 2017), there...
Japan
2017 - United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

Article de revue spécialisée
A Tsunami is Coming!

Local fi shers played an important role in keeping rural coastal economies alive after the worst tsunami in Japan’s history
The Oshika peninsula is located within the Miyagi prefecture, one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, and has an extension of about 20 km of coastline, comprised of small bays dominated by rocky or sandy bottom environments. Rivers flow to the ocean from forests with an elevation of up to...
Japan
2017 - the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers Trust

Article de blog
FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific re-affirms close collaboration with Government of Japan on technical cooperation in the region

FAO’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific and representatives from Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) today re-affirmed their close collaboration on technical cooperation work in the region during an annual review of the programme.
Japan
2017 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Article
Sustainable farming systems in Bangladesh and Japan receive global recognition

Four new sites designated Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems for innovation, sustainability and adaptability
Four traditional farming systems in Bangladesh and Japan have been designated today by FAO as "Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems."
Bangladesh - Japan
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Conférence/Réunion
G20 Agriculture Ministers Meeting

G20 Members (Turkey, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indıa, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the EU) represent 85% of the world’s economy, 70% of the global agricultural economy and the two thirds of...
Argentina - Australia - Brazil - Canada - China - France - Germany - India - Indonesia - Italy - Japan - Mexico - Republic of Korea - Russian Federation - Saudi Arabia - South Africa - Turkey - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - United States of America
2015

Étude de cas
Threatened landscapes unite rural and urban communities

In the past 50 years, about a quarter of Japan’s cultivated land has been lost, threatening food production, cultural landscapes and biodiversity. One of Japan’s most valued cultural landscapes includes rice terraces. In order to prevent them from abandonment, an innovative concept known as the Ownership System, was devised almost...
Japan
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

Revue spécialisée
LEISA India - Rural-urban linkages

More and more people are moving towards urban areas for various reasons. This has also increased the demand for food while putting pressure on scarce resources. Urban life styles and food preferences also influence the type of food grown and the way it is grown to meet the growing urban...
China - India - Japan - Nepal
2015 - AME Foundation

Article de blog
美国和日本社区支持型农业(CSA)的发展

社区支持型农业(CSA)是可持续农业的重要形式之一,近几年在国内逐渐受到人们关注,为借鉴日本和美国CSA发展的经验教训,促进中国CSA健康发展和城乡互补,为此,重点介绍了CSA在两国的发展历程及趋势,分析了兴衰背后的社会原因及其启示,并探讨了中国发展社区支持农业的潜在需求。研究得出:CSA最早产生的日本,随着有机农场的减少,以及社会经济变化等原因,CSA已经变得日益衰落;而在其后CSA兴起的美国却迎合了广大民众的需求得以蓬勃发展,并且功能形式日趋灵活多样,农场平均规模趋于减小;CSA的兴起和发展与其社会背景紧密相关,CSA多数提倡采用机生产方式同时兼备多种功能,其发展遵循平等互利、规模适度等原则,外部支援和参与有助于增强其发展活力。这对中国CSA和持续农业发展具有借鉴意义。该文从维护农民利益、保障市民需求及城乡一体化等角度,认为CSA是中国发展可持续农业、实现城乡协调发展的一条“绿色通道”。
China - Japan - United States of America
2015 - 豆瓣

Rapport
Agricultura familiar en España

Anuario 2014
El documento realiza un repaso de la situación de la agricultura familiar en el mundo y destaca que de los 570 millones de explotaciones que existen en el mundo, más de 500 millones son explotaciones agrícolas familiares, que, a su vez, son responsables de más del 70 % de la...
Brazil - Egypt - Japan - Mexico - Mozambique - New Zealand - Spain - United States of America
2014 - Unión de Pequeños Agricultores y Ganaderos (UPA)

Ouvrage
Deep roots

The International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) has uncovered well-grounded resolve to place family farmers as protagonists in addressing a number of challenges we face, from eradicating hunger and poverty to conserving natural resources. Nothing comes closer to the sustainable food production paradigm than family farming. The diverse set of...
Albania - Australia - Brazil - Canada - Chile - China - Costa Rica - Croatia - Finland - France - Hungary - India - Japan - Kenya - Madagascar - Malaysia - Nepal - Netherlands - New Zealand - Norway - Philippines - Senegal - Serbia - Slovenia - South Africa - Thailand - Uruguay
2014 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Note/document d'orientation
Managing Aso Grasslands for Sustainable Agriculture

The Aso Grasslands are located in Aso region of Kumamoto Prefecture, which situates in the middle of the Kyushu Island in Japan. Aso region spreads around active volcanic craters and huge caldera. The Aso volcano has one of the world’s largest caldera stretching 18 km from east to west and...
Japan
2013 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Étude de cas
Traditional tea-grass integrated system in Shizuoka

“Chagusaba”(“semi-natural grasslands”) represents an exemplary system of traditional agricultural techniques, where grasslands are maintained around tea fields to supply mulch that improves the quality of tea cultivation. Chagusaba is a rare example of codependence between agricultural production and biodiversity, each of which enhances the other’s value (See Photo 1). For...
Japan
2013 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Étude de cas
Kunisaki Peninsula Usa Integrated Forestry, Agriculture and Fisheries System

The proposed GIAHS in the Kunisaki Peninsula Usa area is a system where forestry and agricultural production are made possible and are sustain by the connected system of Sawtooth Oak forests and multiple interlinked irrigation ponds.
Japan
2013 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Étude de cas
Organic agriculture and the law

This publication seeks to identify and explain the different legal issues related to organic production, including a comparative analysis of selected public and private legal sources of international relevance, as well as recommendations on the issues to consider in the design of national organic agriculture legislation. It is a first...
Argentina - Canada - India - Japan - Tunisia - United States of America
2012 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
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