Organic Agriculture for Biodiversity
The book 'Organic Agriculture for Biodiversity' brings together 19 papers reviewing the 'current contributions and future possibilities' for organic agriculture and biodiversity.
It in includes an inspiring contribution from Klaus Töpfer, the Executive Director of UNEP. Field experiences are recorded from across the globe and subjects range from developing the role of organic agriculture in international conventions to the experiences of working with farmers and pastoralists to develop biodiversity friendly agriculture. Future developments, such as IFOAM biodivesity standards, are discussed and chapters from FAO and UNCTAD provide an international perspective. Contributions from IUCN and BfN show the close working relationship developing between the organic and nature conservation movements.
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