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نص حر
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السنة
البلد
أقاليم جغرافية/اقتصادية
الموضوع الرئيسي
الموضوع الفرعي

دراسة حالة
Organic waste for land restoration

In Central Asia, unsustainable land management has turned large areas of productive land into wastelands. “Not possible, no water, too hot…” has for a long time been the standard response from locals when asked why there has been so little effort to reverse natural resource degradation. But in recent years,...
Tajikistan
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

مقالة في مجلة
Women drive alternative economies in the Himalayas

In the Himalayas, male outmigration and the effects of climate change create challenges for rural women. Many of them develop innovative farming practices based on agroecology, push alternative economies and create niche markets. Women in India, Nepal and China show how agroecology can be a strategy to adapt to changing circumstances, and to drive positive social change.
  Young men from even the remotest places in the Himalayan mountains are leaving their homes in search of income opportunities elsewhere. This trend of out-migration has been driven by increased mobility and access to information, in combination with the effects of climate change, including both increased flooding and drought. Drought...
China - India - Nepal
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

مؤتمر/اجتماع
2024 prospects for EU agricultural markets

The European Commission's Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development presented its latest projections for crop, milk and meat markets in the EU for the next ten years. Leading experts from international organisations also presented their views. The conference concluded with a panel discussion involving representatives from OECD, FAO, USDA and the European...
Belgium
2015 - The European Commission's Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development

وثيقة فنية
Kazakhstan and FAO

Partnering to achieve sustainable livelihoods and food security
The partnership between Kazakhstan and FAO has been constantly evolving since the country became a member of the Organization in 1997. Kazakhstan has recently increased its emphasis on investments in agriculture, forestry and rural development, and aims to modernize the sector while transitioning to a green economy. FAO technical assistance...
Kazakhstan
2015

حدث
Agriculture cast in starring role - Agrofilm Festival

An international film festival in the Slovak Republic bucks that stereotype, bringing agricultural production into cinemas and making it understandable and entertaining for everyone. Now in its 31st year, Agrofilm provides an opportunity to see feature films, documentaries and short videos on agriculture, rural development and nutrition topics. Audiences gain insights...
Slovakia
2015

تقرير
Understanding mountain soils

A contribution from mountain areas to the International Year of Soils 2015
In every mountain region, soils constitute the foundation for agriculture, supporting essential ecosystem functions and food security. Mountain soils benefit not only the 900 million people living in the world’s mountainous areas but also billions more living downstream.Soil is a fragile resource that needs time to regenerate. Mountain soils are...
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

مقالة
Agricultural potential and food security in Central Asia in the light of climate change

The four Central Asian countries mentioned are heavily agrarian societies and have a low income per capita, except for Turkmenistan due to its large oil and gas revenues. The region is characterised by mountainous terrain and dry areas. The climate is continental, with cold winters and dry, hot summers. There...
Kyrgyzstan - Tajikistan - Turkmenistan - Uzbekistan
2015

موقع إنترنت
Countries to look at ways of encouraging innovation on the region’s family farms

Farmers in Eastern Europe and Central Asia are constantly innovating, adapting their farming techniques to cope with unfavourable weather or environmental conditions. But their efforts are far from systematic, and there is little government support for what they do. A discussion at the 39th session of the European Commission on Agriculture,...
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

تقرير
Innovations Instead of Assistance for Farming

For several years, insuring harvests against the climate hazards that regularly destroy farmers’ crops in developing countries has for several years been a major tool in the fight against poverty, mainly in Africa and Asia, where between 400 and 500 million farmers survive on very low incomes. This system, which...
2015 - EurActiv

مقال صحفي
Experiencias de adaptación al cambio climático, los conocimientos ancestrales, los conocimientos contemporáneos y los escenarios cualitativos en los Andes

Alcances y límites (Perú)
Se presentan experiencias de adaptación a la variabilidad climática por parte de las sociedades andinas, que podrían servir para la adaptación al cambio climático en ecosistemas de montaña andinos y tecnologías de adaptación al cambio climático a partir de experiencias iniciales de la institución Soluciones Prácticas en ecosistemas de montaña...
Peru
2015 - Soluciones Prácticas

نشرة إخبارية
Organic agriculture

The sector of organic agriculture is continuously developing, involving more and more new enterprises, but the number of certified organic farms has stabilized, and in 2013 it reached 3473 farms. Lately, the areas of agricultural land used by organic farms show a stable growing trend. In 2013, similar to other...
Latvia
2015

دراسة حالة
The páramo, where water is born

San Isidro is an indigenous community in Ecuador’s central Andes that collectively built and manages an irrigation pipeline. The pipeline has brought life back to family farming and created more space for the community to protect the páramo, a source of water and life for farming communities and urban residents...
Ecuador
2015 - ILEIA, Center for Learning on Sustainable Agriculture

صحيفة وقائع
Protecting the rich biodiversity of Transylvania and using it to benefit local communities

South-eastern Transylvania is one of Europe’s most important natural and cultural landscapes, supporting many rare habitats and fauna and flora species including some of the most significant areas of wildflower-rich grasslands in Europe. This high nature value farmed landscape is the result of good husbandry over hundreds of years, and...
Romania
2015 - ADEPT Fundation

مقال صحفي
Ganadería lechera: una alternativa viable para elevar los ingresos de las familias rurales en el altiplano andino

El presente artículo analiza las características y condiciones que una propuesta de innovación tecnológica debería tener para garantizar que la ganadería lechera sea un instrumento importante en la superación de la pobreza en los productores de zonas altoandinas como los de La Paz en Bolivia. Para esto el autor analiza...
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
2015 - Soluciones Prácticas

مقال صحفي
Inclusion of Women Self – Help Groups Into Value Chains

Agriculture plays an important role in social stability of the Kyrgyz Republic. More than a half of the population lives in rural area and their income is strongly linked to agricultural activities. The level of poverty among the rural population (41.4 percent) is much higher than urban areas (28. 5...
Kyrgyzstan
2015 - Food and agriculture organization of united nations

كتاب
Regional Overview of Food Insecurity Europe and Central Asia

The Europe and Central Asia region (ECA) has achieved Millennium Development Goal 1C, to halve the proportion of undernourished people, with undernourishment at less than 5 percent in the region since 2010-12, the lowest of all five FAO regions. All countries in the region have made considerable progress in reducing...
2015

كتاب
Agricultural Transition in Post-Soviet Europe and Central Asia after 25 Years

The transition from Socialism to Capitalism occurred in many countries worldwide, but nowhere was it so sharp as in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Many researchers studied this process since the fall of the Berlin Wall in the autumn of 1989. Twenty-five years later, an international workshop was...
2015 - Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies

صحيفة وقائع
Summer pasture farming – traditions for future

Summer pasture farming i Norway, short introduction
Norway
2015 - Norsk seterkultur

تقرير
Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: ESTONIA

Small family farms are in general extensively managed in Estonia and are in general structured in a way which facilitates outdoor systems (e.g. pastures convenient to the animal housing). Having said that, there are no specific conditions in the Pillar 1 payment rules which would exclude intensive or indoor farming...
Estonia
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

مجلة
EU agriculture spending focused on results

Approximately 38% of the EU budget (equivalent to 0.4% of the Union’s GDP) is spent on agriculture and rural development. This pooling of resources at EU level ensures efficient and effective spending that avoids distorting the internal market and delivers a wide range of public goods. It is much more...
2015 - European Commission
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