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La section Ressources contient des publications et des ressources multimédias archivées sur l’agriculture familiale en général.

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Systèmes ingénieux du patrimoine agricole mondial (SIPAM). Une combinaison de biodiversité agricole, d'écosystèmes résilients, de pratiques agricoles traditionnelles et d’identité culturelle

Pendant des siècles, les agriculteurs, éleveurs, pêcheurs et sylviculteurs ont développé des systèmes agricoles diversifiés, adaptés à leurs conditions locales, en employant des techniques et des pratiques ingénieuses, éprouvées au fil du temps, afin de fournir un ensemble vital de services sociaux, culturels, écologiques et économiques à l'humanité. Ces «Systèmes...
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Événement
Conférence régionale pour l’Asie et le Pacifique

La trente-troisième session de la Conférence Régionale de la FAO pour l’Asie et le Pacifique (APRC) se tiendra à Putrajaya en Malaisie du 7 au 11 mars 2016, organisée par le Ministère de l’agriculture et de l’agro-industrie en Malaisie. La conférence mettra l’accent sur les opportunités et les défis dans la...
Malaysia
2016 - Organisation des Nations unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture

Comptes rendus de conférence
Systèmes Ingénieux du Patrimoine Agricole Mondial: Un héritage pour le futur

Pendant des millénaires, des communautés d’agriculteurs, d’éleveurs, de pêcheurs et de groupes vivant des ressources de la forêt ont mis au point des systèmes agricoles complexes, diversifiés et adaptés aux conditions locales. Des combinaisons de techniques et de pratiques ingénieuses et patiemment validées dans la durée sont à la base...
2011

Rapport
MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE - Opportunities for harnessing Zero Hunger in Asia

Why does mountain agriculture deserve special attention in a Zero Hunger context? Firstly, because hunger remains common in many mountainous areas. While on a global scale, food insecurity has tended to go down, mountain dwellers have fared worse than people living in plains. Secondly, because mountains cover a large part...
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
A look back on the smart eco-social villages pilot initiative

The Pilot Project on Smart Eco-Social Villages, initiated by the European Parliament, has been carried out by a consortium consisting of Ecorys, Origin for Sustainability and R.E.D. under the responsibility of the European Commission (Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development). The potential effect of this Pilot Project is to shape...
2019 - Euromontana

Rapport
From science to social innovations connecting forests and people

This Special Issue, a product of the SIMRA project and its Thematic Session organised at the 125th Anniversary IUFRO Congress in 2017, is a contribution to advancing and exchanging scientific knowledge of social innovation in the context of forestry. A purpose of the Issue is to promote social learning, contribute...
2019 - Euromontana

Ouvrage
Forest Futures: Sustainable pathways for forests, landscapes and people in the Asia-Pacific region

The demand of society on forests has continuously changed. Initially, forests were mainly seen as resources for timber. Overtime, the role of forests has expanded as our society expects various economic, social and environmental products and services from the forests. Forests now are seen as a component of broader landscapes....
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Directives
United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 global action plan

The Decade of Family Farming provides an extraordinary opportunity for the United Nations to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in an inclusive, collaborative and coherent way. Putting family farming and all family-based production models1 at the focus of interventions for a period of ten years, will contribute to a...
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
UNECE, FAO take stock of scarce forest resources of Central Asia and the Caucasus

Until now, there has been little information available to the international community regarding the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Today, however, the UNECE/FAO Forestry and Timber Section has released the first regional overview of the forest sector in these countries since they became independent in the 1990s.
2019 - Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
How to foster social farming in mountain areas?

On June 25, 2019, Euromontana attended a conference in Brussels on “Social Agriculture and Care Farm: Work opportunity, Social Partnership and Inclusion” organised by the Care-T-Farms project. Care-T-Farms is an Erasmus + programme, willing to encourage the use of farms as places promoting positive mental and physical health and wellbeing.
2019 - Euromontana

Projet
Towards a macroregional strategy for the Carpathians

Euromontana participated in a public hearing on 10th September 2019 to share comments on the own initiative report on “the macroregional strategy for the Carpathian region”, prepared by Mr Wladyslaw Ortyl, member of the Committee of the Regions (CoR) and Marshall of the Polish Podckarpackie region. This draft opinion calls for the establishment of a...
2019 - Euromontana

Article de blog
The future of pastoralism: a key tool for forest fire prevention

Pastoralism is coping with many challenges, including its low economic viability, excessive bureaucracy, and low generational renewal, leading to its progressive disappearance across Europe. To economically compensate for the environmental services of pastoralism, including preventing forest fires through grazing, two complementary pathways were extensively discussed: on one hand, the need for...
2019 - Euromontana

Article de blog
How to address rural depopulation in mountain areas?

How to combat depopulation and make rural areas vibrant again? This was the question addressed during the ENRD Workshop on May 21, 2019. The event explored the role of Rural Development Programmes and other EU policies in maintaining a high quality of life in these regions, where demographic trends are...
2019 - Euromontana

Site web
Mountains, Islands and Sparsely Populated Areas

A new webpage dedicated to mountain areas, islands and sparsely populated areas has been launched by the European Commission, find there all news and studies related to our territories
2019 - European Commission

Événement
Rethinking territorial balances between urban and rural areas in the European Mountains

According to the OECD, territorial relationships have deeply changed in recent decades. Improvements in communication technology, increasing movements of peoples and goods, and changes in land use have reshaped the relationships between urban and rural areas. This is also true for mountain areas, where large metropoles like Milano have recently...
2019 - Euromontana

Projet
Art as a leverage of local development in a mountain area

In order to revive a remote mountainous area with harsh conditions and stimulate economic activity, a LEADER funded project facilitated the creation of a new touristic offer. This new offer was based on artwork inspired by the surrounding landscape, accompanied with an integrated package of activities, such as the organisation...
France
2018 - European Network for Rural Development

Article de blog
Building stronger, climate-resilient farming and forest communities

Millions of small-scale farmers and foresters will be able to better protect their lands from the impacts of climate change, and improve their livelihoods thanks to renewed global efforts announced last two weeks ago on the side-lines of World Forest Week (COFO24). The Forest and Farm Facility initiative - a partnership...
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Fiche d'information
Adaptación al cambio climático en las comunidades alpaqueras altoandinas

Los boletines informativos de proyectos (BIP) tienen como propósito fortalecer la comunicación con todos nuestros socios y contrapartes, dando a conocer regularmente los proyectos que se ejecutan en la región, así como detalles referidos a los avances en el proceso de su implementación. En esta ocasión, tenemos el agrado de presentarles...
Peru
2018 - Soluciones prácticas

Ouvrage
Anuario 2018 - Agricultura Familiar en España

EL FUTURO DE LA POLÍTICA AGRARIA COMÚN (PAC)
En la edición 2018 el Anuario de la Agricultura Familiar vuelve a acoger relevantes reflexiones de más de 40 autores y autoras representativos de distintas sensibilidades y ámbitos de estudio. También aglutina más de 300 datos estadísticos de la agricultura, la ganadería, la distribución y el consumo de alimentos en...
Spain
2018 - UPA

Bulletin d'information
PEGASUS Newsletter

PEGASUS is a European research project aiming to develop innovative approaches and new ways of thinking about the way farmland and forests are managed in order to stimulate a long-lasting improvement in the provision of public goods and ecosystem services from agricultural and forest land in the EU. The PEGASUS project is already...
European Union
2018 - PEGASUS
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