Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century The New Dynamic

Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century  The New Dynamic

Together, they allow for changes in understanding and changes in practices. This book gives an overview of the insights generated in 20 years of Farming Systems Research.

Author: Ika Darnhofer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400745032

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 490

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Farming Systems Research has three core characteristics: it builds on systems thinking, it depends on the close collaboration between social and biophysical sciences, and it relies on participation to build co-learning processes. Farming Systems Research posits that to contribute towards sustainable rural development, both interdisciplinary collaborations and local actor engagement are needed. Together, they allow for changes in understanding and changes in practices. This book gives an overview of the insights generated in 20 years of Farming Systems Research. It retraces the emergence and development of Farming Systems Research in Europe, summarises the state-of-the-art for key areas, and provides an outlook on new explorations, especially those tackling the dynamic nature of farming systems and their interaction with the natural environment and the context of action.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Towards Sustainable Global Food Systems

Towards Sustainable Global Food Systems

Duru, M.; Therond, O. Livestock system sustainability and resilience in intensive production zones: Which form of ... In Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic; Darnhofer, I., Gibbon, D., Dedieu, B.E., ...

Author: Ruerd Ruben

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783038978145

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 356

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One of the major knowledge challenges in the domain of Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems refers to the integration of perspectives on consumption, patterns that support public health, inclusive value chains, and environmentally sustainable food production. While there is a long record of the analysis of separate interventions, this special issue generates integrated insights, provides cross-cutting perspectives, and outlines practical and policy solutions that address these global challenges.The collection of papers promotes the view that sustainable food systems require thorough insights into the structure and dynamics of agri-food production systems, the drivers for integrating food value chains and markets, and key incentives for supporting healthier consumer choices. On the production side, potential linkages between agricultural commercialization and intensification and their effects for food security and nutritional outcomes are analyzed. Value Chains are assessed for their contribution to improving exchange networks and markets for food products that simultaneously support efficiency, circularity, and responsiveness. Individual motives and market structures for food consumption need to be understood in order to be able to outline suitable incentives to enhance healthy dietary choice.The contributed papers focus on interfaces between food system activities and processes of adaptive change that are critical for overcoming key constraints and trade-offs between sustainable food and healthy diets.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Sustainable Intensification in Smallholder Agriculture

Sustainable Intensification in Smallholder Agriculture

Darnhofer, I., Gibbon, D. and Dedieu, B. (2012) 'Farming systems research: an approach to inquiry', in Darnhofer, I., Gibbon, D. and Dedieu, B. (eds) Farming systems into the 21st century: the new dynamic. Dordrecht, Springer, pp.

Author: Ingrid Oborn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317212003

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 388

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Sustainable intensification has recently been developed and adopted as a key concept and driver for research and policy in sustainable agriculture. It includes ecological, economic and social dimensions, where food and nutrition security, gender and equity are crucial components. This book describes different aspects of systems research in agriculture in its broadest sense, where the focus is moved from farming systems to livelihoods systems and institutional innovation. Much of the work represents outputs of the three CGIAR Research Programs on Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics, Aquatic Agricultural Systems and Dryland Systems. The chapters are based around four themes: the conceptual underpinnings of systems research; sustainable intensification in practice; integrating nutrition, gender and equity in research for improved livelihoods; and systems and institutional innovation. While most of the case studies are from countries and agro-ecological zones in Africa, there are also some from Latin America, Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
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Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change

Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change

Agri-food system and territorial development: Innovations, new dynamics and changing governance systems. In Darnhofer, Gibbon, & Dedieu (Eds.), Farming systems research into the 21st century: The new dynamic. Dordrecht: Springer.

Author: Christopher R. Bryant

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319313924

Category: Science

Page: 234

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This book deals with one of the major challenges facing human society and its governments, climate change and variability. The principal objective of the book is to explore how agricultural production through the actions primarily of farmers, including peasant farmers, adapt to these changing circumstances, what the limitations of adaptation are, how the process of adaptation varies between different territories (e.g. developed countries versus developing countries), and what are or can be the most effective roles for actors other than the farmers, including different levels of government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as professional associations of farmers and community organizations. The principal argument is threefold: 1) while there are significant differences between territories and countries in terms of the capacity of farmers (and the other actors) to engage in capacity building to be able to adapt effectively to climate change and variability, 2) the critical roles are those played out by the farmers themselves, but that 3) other actors can play an important role in accompanying farmers in their adaptation process, providing relevant and strategic information, counseling them and facilitating networking and meetings when appropriate. This effectively means that without engaging in the local adaptation processes governments can really only play effective roles by working with other actors at the local and regional levels. When it occurs, it can be very effective, but when it does not, farmers are left to their own devices (and even then, many are able to use their own creativity and local knowledge to survive and continue to develop). Essentially therefore, the secondary argument that is followed throughout the book is that adaptation is essentially a social process that requires an understanding of social processes and dynamics in each farming community and territory. It involves an understanding, for instance, of information diffusion processes in the different farming communities and territories, which provides a set of tools to promote and facilitate the adoption process in the context of adaptation to climate change and variability.
Categories: Science

Farming Systems and Food Security in Africa

Farming Systems and Food Security in Africa

Household strategies All farming system chapters evaluate the relative importance of household strategies for reducing ... D., Gibbon, D. and Dedieu, B. (eds) (2012) Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic.

Author: John Dixon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317332268

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 638

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Knowledge of Africa’s complex farming systems, set in their socio-economic and environmental context, is an essential ingredient to developing effective strategies for improving food and nutrition security. This book systematically and comprehensively describes the characteristics, trends, drivers of change and strategic priorities for each of Africa’s fifteen farming systems and their main subsystems. It shows how a farming systems perspective can be used to identify pathways to household food security and poverty reduction, and how strategic interventions may need to differ from one farming system to another. In the analysis, emphasis is placed on understanding farming systems drivers of change, trends and strategic priorities for science and policy. Illustrated with full-colour maps and photographs throughout, the volume provides a comprehensive and insightful analysis of Africa’s farming systems and pathways for the future to improve food and nutrition security. The book is an essential follow-up to the seminal work Farming Systems and Poverty by Dixon and colleagues for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations and the World Bank, published in 2001.
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Smart Development for Rural Areas

Smart Development for Rural Areas

The Territory Agronomy Approach in research, education and training. In: David Gibbon, Benoît Dedieu, Ika Darnhofer, Farming systems research into the 21st century: The new dynamic (pp.

Author: André Torre

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000067019

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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This thought-provoking book questions the framework of the Horizon 2020 strategy and the policies of smart development. It aims to answer the following question: Is there any possibility for a policy of smart development and smart specialization in rural and peri-urban areas? Based on detailed analytical studies, empirical and econometric methods, as well as various European case studies, several conclusions are drawn. Smart development policies are well adapted to the developed or intermediate regions containing at the same time rural and urban areas, but do not really function for the more rural or more peripheral regions. The development policies of rural areas must be adapted to their particular characteristics, to the structure of their economies (agriculture, small firms), as well as in their diversity (distant regions, intermediate regions, rural areas near the urban areas). It appears interesting to exploit natural and cultural amenities, to develop the multifunctional character of the agriculture, to promote territorial innovation under all its forms, to favor the synergies between the various uses of land and space, and to develop the knowledge on the ecological, socioeconomic processes, as well as on the mechanisms of territorial governance. These results are very important because they question the validity of the H2020 policy and the smart development and smart specialization policies and their applicability to the whole European area, and not only for the most urban and rich areas. It will be valuable reading for students, researchers and policy-makers in regional development, rural studies, spatial planning and economic geography.
Categories: Business & Economics

Transforming the Rural

Transforming the Rural

Re-design and co-design of farming systems. An overview of methods and practices. In I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon, & B. Dedieu (Eds.), Farming systems research into the 21st century: The new dynamic (pp. 405À429). Dordrecht: Springer.

Author: Terry Marsden

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781787148246

Category: Social Science

Page: 350

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This book analyses the key global processes transforming rural spaces in the early 21st century - financialization; standardization; consumption, and commodification. Through detailed case studies, the book examines why these processes are important, how they work in practice, and the challenges they raise as well as opportunities created.
Categories: Social Science

The agroecological transition of agricultural systems in the Global South

The agroecological transition of agricultural systems in the Global South

Re-design and co-design offarming systems: An overview of methods and practices. In: Farming Systems Research into the 21st century: The new dynamic (I. Darnhofer, D. Gibon, B. Dedieu, eds), Springer, 407-432.

Author: Marie-Cécile Thirion

Publisher: Quae

ISBN: 9782759230570

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 360

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Food security, jobs, ecological transition of agricultural production models and consumption patterns... Agroecology could be one of the solutions to meet the future challenges of humanity. Part of the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, it requires a lasting commitment from all of us. Over the last decade, CIRAD and AFD have conducted experiments in agroecological transitions with farmers, researchers, development agents and policymakers in many countries of the Global South.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Urban Informality

Urban Informality

2012. Stimulating Transitions Towards Sustainable Farming Systems. In Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic, ed. I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon, and B. Dedieu, 431–455. New York: Springer. Etingoff, K. 2017.

Author: Ahmed M. Soliman

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030689889

Category: Social Science

Page: 450

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This professional book introduces an analytical framework of urban informality perspectives in the Middle East that is aligned with the Global South. The context of Egypt, Lebanon, and Jordan—in the Middle East— is the transregional focus of this book. In these contexts, the book opens a new arena of academic discussion on the theory and practice of urban informality. Urban Informality: Experiences and Urban Sustainability Transitions in Middle East Cities questions urban informality, "as a site of transitions", interrelated and interlinked with urban sustainability transitions in speedy changes in a given environment. The book presents ‘urban informality sustainability transitions’ regarding resilience and adaptability that require shifts in urban systems. Shifts from a static process to a dynamic process that eradicates the fragmentation between the tensions, anxieties, and pressures of four modes of production, reproduction, consumptions, and distribution of goods and services in the city and its practices. Finally, through eleven chapters, the concluding remarks explore to what extent and how can urban informality transitions be sustainable.
Categories: Social Science

Gender Agriculture and Agrarian Transformations

Gender  Agriculture and Agrarian Transformations

Evolution of systems approaches to agricultural innovation: Concepts, analysis and interventions. In: I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon and B. Dedieu, eds., Farming systems research into the 21st century: The new dynamic. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.

Author: Carolyn E. Sachs

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429763816

Category: Nature

Page: 258

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This book presents research from across the globe on how gender relationships in agriculture are changing. In many regions of the world, agricultural transformations are occurring through increased commodification, new value-chains, technological innovations introduced by CGIAR and other development interventions, declining viability of small-holder agriculture livelihoods, male out-migration from rural areas, and climate change. This book addresses how these changes involve fluctuations in gendered labour and decision making on farms and in agriculture and, in many places, have resulted in the feminization of agriculture at a time of unprecedented climate change. Chapters uncover both how women successfully innovate and how they remain disadvantaged when compared to men in terms of access to land, labor, capital and markets that would enable them to succeed in agriculture. Building on case studies from Africa, Latin America and Asia, the book interrogates how new agricultural innovations from agricultural research, new technologies and value chains reshape gender relations. Using new methodological approaches and intersectional analyses, this book will be of great interest to students and scholars of agriculture, gender, sustainable development and environmental studies more generally.
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Sustainable Agriculture Reviews

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews

Cah Agric 23:84–95 Elzen B, Barbier M, Cerf M, Grin J (2012a) Stimulating transitions towards sustainable farming systems. In: Darnhofer I, Gibbon D, Dedieu B (eds) Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic.

Author: Eric Lichtfouse

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319267777

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 399

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This book features articles that analyze current agricultural issues and knowledge. It also proposes novel, environmentally friendly solutions that are based on integrated information from such fields as agronomy, soil science, molecular biology, chemistry, toxicology, ecology, economics and the social sciences.Coverage examines ways to produce food and energy in a sustainable way for humans and their children. Inside, readers will find articles that explore climate change, increasing food and fuel prices, poor-nation starvation, rich-nation obesity, water pollution, soil erosion, fertility loss, pest control and biodiversity depletion. Instead of solving problems using the classical painkiller approach, which seeks to limit negative impacts, sustainable agriculture treats challenges at their source. Because most societal issues are in fact intertwined, global, and fast-developing, sustainable agriculture will bring solutions that have the potential to build a more peaceful world. This book will help scientists, decision-makers, professors, farmers and politicians build safer agriculture, energy and food systems for future generations.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Conservation Agriculture for Africa

Conservation Agriculture for Africa

Building Resilient Farming Systems in a Changing Climate Amir H Kassam, Saidi Mkomwa, Theodor Friedrich ... i., Gibbon, D.P. and Dedieu, B. (eds) Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic.

Author: Amir H Kassam

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781780645681

Category: Nature

Page: 317

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Tillage agriculture has led to widespread soil and ecosystem degradation globally. This is especially so in Africa where traditional and modern tillage-based agricultural practices have become unsustainable due to severe disturbance and exploitation of natural resources, with negative impacts on the environment and rural livelihoods. In addition, agriculture in Africa today faces major challenges including increased costs of production and energy, the effects of climate change, and the lack of an effective paradigm for sustainable intensification, especially for small- and medium-size holdings. Africa is facing a serious challenge to food security and as a continent has not advanced towards eradicating hunger. In addition, the population is still growing much faster than on most other continents. This pressure has led to the emergence of no-till conservation agriculture as a serious alternative sustainable agriculture paradigm. In Africa, in recent years, conservation agriculture techniques and methods have spread to many countries, as greater development, education and research effort are directed towards its extension and uptake. This book is aimed at agricultural researchers and scientists, educationalists, and agricultural service providers, institutional leaders and policy makers working in the fields of sustainable agriculture and international development, and also at agroecologists, conservation scientists, and those working on ecosystem services.
Categories: Nature

Science Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals

Science  Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals

In: Darnhofer, I., Gibbon, D., and Dedieu, B. (Eds.), Stimulating Transitions Towards Sustainable Farming Systems: Farming Systems Research Into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic, pp. 431– 455. Springer, Dordrecht.

Author: Ademola A. Adenle

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780190949501

Category: Sustainable development

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Categories: Sustainable development

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 14

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 14

An overview of methods and practices. In: Darnhofer I, Gibon D, Dedieu B (eds) Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic. Springer, Dordrecht, pp 407–432 Meynard JM, Messéan A, Charlier A et al (2013) Freins et ...

Author: Harry Ozier-Lafontaine

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319060163

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 511

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Sustainable agriculture is a rapidly growing field aiming at producing food and energy in a sustainable way for humans and their children. Sustainable agriculture is a discipline that addresses current issues such as climate change, increasing food and fuel prices, poor-nation starvation, rich-nation obesity, water pollution, soil erosion, fertility loss, pest control, and biodiversity depletion. Novel, environmentally-friendly solutions are proposed based on integrated knowledge from sciences as diverse as agronomy, soil science, molecular biology, chemistry, toxicology, ecology, economy, and social sciences. Indeed, sustainable agriculture decipher mechanisms of processes that occur from the molecular level to the farming system to the global level at time scales ranging from seconds to centuries. For that, scientists use the system approach that involves studying components and interactions of a whole system to address scientific, economic and social issues. In that respect, sustainable agriculture is not a classical, narrow science. Instead of solving problems using the classical painkiller approach that treats only negative impacts, sustainable agriculture treats problem sources. Because most actual society issues are now intertwined, global, and fast-developing, sustainable agriculture will bring solutions to build a safer world.
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Toward Sustainable Relations Between Agriculture and the City

Toward Sustainable Relations Between Agriculture and the City

Could research on the urban agricultural system of Pisa contribute to the role food is playing as an element of integration between the ... In: Darnhofer I et al (eds) Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic.

Author: Christophe-Toussaint Soulard

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319710372

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 239

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This book gives an overview of frameworks, methods, and case studies useful for the analysis of the relations between agriculture and the city, in Europe and the Mediterranean. Its originality lies in the analysis of urban food systems sustainability from an actors’ perspective. All the chapters consider the key role of actors in the definition of innovations and pathways, which enhance sustainability, seen as an ongoing process. Part 1 presents systemic approaches of agricultural-urban interactions at the city-region scale in France, Egypt, Italy and Morocco. Part 2 deals with methods and tools for urban planning and local development, utilized to design and assess sustainable food systems. The Part 3 inventories the recent changes in urban agriculture and the new forms of governance which are emerging in European cities (Athens, Berlin, Lisbon, Montpellier, Paris and Zurich). These results are useful for students, academics and activists involved in local policies and projects.
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Innovation and development in agricultural and food systems

Innovation and development in agricultural and food systems

Re-design and co-design of farming systems. An overview of methods and practices. In: Farming Systems Research into the 21st century: The new dynamic (I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon, B. Dedieu, eds), Springer, 407-432. Michel I., Barbier J.M., ...

Author: Jean-Marc Touzard

Publisher: Quae

ISBN: 9782759229604

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page:

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The book looks at innovation in agriculture and food systems against the backdrop of the great challenges facing humanity today. It does so by exploring the different dimensions of change and by focusing on the meaning accorded to innovation by these systems’ stakeholders. Innovation is apprehended in its cognitive, technical, organizational and institutional complexity. Methods and mechanisms to support innovative actors are examined, thus providing professionals, policymakers and civil society with useful and original orientations for action .
Categories: Technology & Engineering

New Models of Inclusive Innovation for Development

New Models of Inclusive Innovation for Development

“Evolution of Systems Approaches to Agricultural Innovation: Concepts, Analysis and Interventions.” In Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic, edited by I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon, and B. Dedieu, 457–483.

Author: Richard Heeks

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317376279

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 136

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Inequality and innovation are both rising issues on the international development agenda. Their intersection is inclusive innovation; defined as the inclusion within some aspect of innovation of groups who are currently marginalised. This is a topic of increasing interest and activity. Large firms have been working to deliver innovative goods and services for base-of-the-pyramid consumers: the c.3 billion who live on less than US$2 per day. Within poor communities, an influx of new technology, finance and capabilities has spurred more localised innovation. A variety of different models have been identified by which this activity is organised and implemented, such as inclusive innovation clusters, grassroots innovation, frugal innovation, innovation platforms, and inclusive user-producer interactions. This book explores the operation, conceptualisation and impact of these models, and analyses the nature of inclusive innovation practice and research. It will be of interest to researchers, policy-makers, strategists and other practitioners associated with these new forms of innovation. This book was originally published as a special issue of Innovation and Development.
Categories: Business & Economics

Bioeconomy

Bioeconomy

Org Agric 6(2):139–151 BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany) (2010) National research strategy bioeconomy 2030. ... In: Darnhofer I, Gibbon D, Dedieu B (eds) Farming systems into the 21st century: the new dynamic.

Author: Iris Lewandowski

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319681528

Category: Science

Page: 356

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This book is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This book defines the new field of "Bioeconomy" as the sustainable and innovative use of biomass and biological knowledge to provide food, feed, industrial products, bioenergy and ecological services. The chapters highlight the importance of bioeconomy-related concepts in public, scientific, and political discourse. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the authors outline the dimensions of the bioeconomy as a means of achieving sustainability. The authors are ideally situated to elaborate on the diverse aspects of the bioeconomy. They have acquired in-depth experience of interdisciplinary research through the university’s focus on “Bioeconomy”, its contribution to the Bioeconomy Research Program of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, and its participation in the German Bioeconomy Council. With the number of bioeconomy-related projects at European universities rising, this book will provide graduate students and researchers with background information on the bioeconomy. It will familiarize scientific readers with bioeconomy-related terms and give scientific background for economists, agronomists and natural scientists alike.
Categories: Science

Agriculture Food and Nutrition Security

Agriculture  Food and Nutrition Security

A Study of Availability and Sustainability in India Rukhsana, Asraful Alam ... The dynamics of livelihood diversification in post-famine Ethiopia. ... Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic. Springer, Berlin. p.

Author: Rukhsana

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030693336

Category: Agriculture

Page: 343

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This volume provides an interdisciplinary collection of studies that cover the trends and issues related to agricultural productivity and availability, food and nutrition security, and sustainability in India. The book discusses a broad range of vital issues concerning the production and consumption of food during the era of climate change, and has been prepared to generate awareness of these issues in a large agricultural economy to shed light on new perspectives and solutions to achieve sustainable food production and security in India. The book is organized into three major sections: Climate and Agricultural Productivity for Availability, Changes and Trends in Cropping Patterns and Food Security, and Food and Nutrition Security for Sustainable Development. The book will be of interest to students, researchers, policymakers, and other inquisitive readers interested in different aspects of agriculture, food and nutrition security, and sustainable development.
Categories: Agriculture

Routledge Handbook of Gender and Agriculture

Routledge Handbook of Gender and Agriculture

In Farming systems research into the 21st century: The new dynamic, edited by Darnhofer, I., D.Gibbon, and B. Dedieu, 457– 483.Netherlands: Springer. Kristjanson, P., E. Bryan, Q. Bernier, J. Twyman, R. Meinzen-Dick, C. Kieran, ...

Author: Carolyn E. Sachs

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429576355

Category: Nature

Page: 468

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The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Agriculture covers major theoretical issues as well as critical empirical shifts in gender and agriculture. Gender relations in agriculture are shifting in most regions of the world with changes in the structure of agriculture, the organization of production, international restructuring of value chains, climate change, the global pandemic, and national and multinational policy changes. This book provides a cutting-edge assessment of the field of gender and agriculture, with contributions from both leading scholars and up-and-coming academics as well as policymakers and practitioners. The handbook is organized into four parts: part 1, institutions, markets, and policies; part 2, land, labor, and agrarian transformations; part 3, knowledge, methods, and access to information; and part 4, farming people and identities. The last chapter is an epilogue from many of the contributors focusing on gender, agriculture, and shifting food systems during the coronavirus pandemic. The chapters address both historical subjects as well as ground-breaking work on gender and agriculture, which will help to chart the future of the field. The handbook has an international focus with contributions examining issues at both the global and local levels with contributors from across the world. With contributions from leading academics, policymakers, and practitioners, and with a global outlook, the Routledge Handbook of Gender and Agriculture is an essential reference volume for scholars, students, and practitioners interested in gender and agriculture.
Categories: Nature