6 edition of Ecoagriculture found in the catalog.
November 1, 2002 by Island Press .
Written in English
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Ecoagriculture In a article,  soon expanded into a book,  Scherr and McNeely introduced the term "ecoagriculture" to describe their vision of rural development while advancing the environment, claim that agriculture is the dominant influence on wild species and habitats, and point to a number of recent and potential future developments they identified as beneficial examples of land use.
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xxvii, p.: 24 cm Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Introduction -- Wild biodiversity under threat -- Agriculture and human welfare -- Agriculture and wild biodiversity -- Ecoagriculture: genesis of the approach -- Making space for wildlife in agricultural landscapes -- Enhancing the habitat value of productive farmlands -- Coexisting with wild biodiversity Pages: Farming with Nature offers a synthesis of the state of knowledge of key topics in ecoagriculture.
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The term permaculture was coined by David Holmgren, then a graduate student at the Tasmanian. Despite recent claims by others, Charles Walters coined the term "eco-agriculture" back in because he wanted to rope in the concepts of "ecological" and "economical." It was the belief of our founder that unless agriculture is ecological it cannot be economical.
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Since the book was published, a network known as EcoagricultureFile Size: 3MB. This last volume of the Energy in World Agriculture series is in many ways the series' Alpha and its Omega. It addresses the broad issues related to the use of energy in agricultural production, and also characterizes and quantifies the energy involvements of many agricultural production technologies.
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Ecoagriculture Strategies to Feed the World and Save Wild Biodiversity by Jeffrey A. McNeely and Sara J. Scherr Island Press, In pursuit of a win-win solution to land use conflicts, conservationists Jeffrey McNeely and Sara Scherr advance the argument that biodiversity can be protected or even enhanced through creative design and careful implementation of agricultural strategies they dub.
Jules Pretty is Professor of Environment and Society at the University of Essex, UK. His sole-authored books include The East Country (), The Edge of Extinction (), This Luminous Coast (), The Earth Only Endures (), Agri-Culture () and Regenerating Agriculture ().
He is the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability. Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in Agriculture ISBNJune In Vitro Application in Crop Improvement ISBNIn Vitro Culture Transformation and Molecular Markers for Crop Improvement ISBNMicrobial Biotechnology in Agriculture and Aquaculture, Vol The book examines: the knowledge base for ecoagriculture as well as barriers, gaps, and opportunities for developing improved ecoagriculture systems what we have learned about managing landscapes to achieve multiple objectives at a landscape scale existing incentives for farmers, other land managers, and investors to develop and invest in.
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Environmental Management, Vol. 62, Issue. 1, p. Corporate Hijack of Sustainable Agriculture. Editor's Note: I first heard the term ‘ecoagriculture' used by a Chinese scientist on Australia's Radio National to describe an approach combining the best that modern science has to offer, i.e., genetic modification of plants, with traditional sustainable agriculture.
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