Multifunctional Land Use

This book is a major contribution to the debate on future land development strategies, as well as helping to supporting land use decision making at all levels.

Author: Ülo Mander

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540367632

Category: Political Science

Page: 422

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This book is a major contribution to the debate on future land development strategies, as well as helping to supporting land use decision making at all levels. Scientists from across Europe installed the Landscape Tomorrow network to prepare for upcoming challenges in research on sustainable land development. The book’s interdisciplinary perspective analyses, among other things, the general principles of land use multifunctionality and reports on a variety of success stories.

Multifunctional Land Use Systems for Managing the Nexus of Environmental Resources

This book comprehensively describes the major ecosystem services in dryland environments that are provided by typical land use, including forestland, grassland and farmland, using the Loess Plateau, Northwest China as an example.

Author: Lulu Zhang

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 331954957X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 148

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This book comprehensively describes the major ecosystem services in dryland environments that are provided by typical land use, including forestland, grassland and farmland, using the Loess Plateau, Northwest China as an example. It offers extensive information on land policy, implementation and scientific evidence, and discusses the restoration of the degraded Loess Plateau environment, which that brings new challenges in the sustainable use of natural resources, in particular soil and water. It presents a transdisciplinary and up-to-date understanding of interlinkages and competition between different ecosystem services and illustrates benefit sharing among different users and stakeholders, land- management practitioners and local governments. It is a major contribution to the on-going debate on future land-development strategies and identifies areas where there is a need for more research. This book is a valuable resource for students, scientists and policy makers.

Evaluating Multifunctional Land Use and Livestock Farming

With the purpose to provoke a co-evolutionary process of consumers and producers practices, this book proposes a holistic self-assessment tool for practical use at the farm level.

Author: Concettina Guarino

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 9783659212543

Category:

Page: 112

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With the purpose to provoke a co-evolutionary process of consumers and producers practices, this book proposes a holistic self-assessment tool for practical use at the farm level. Providing farmers and other stakeholders with insight into ecological, social and economic aspects of farming, holistic sustainability assessments play a key role in advancing sustainability. The first results are promising.

Multifunctional Land Uses in Africa Open Access

This book presents contemporary case studies of land use, management practices, and innovation in Africa with a view to exploring how multifunctional land uses can alleviate food insecurity and poverty.

Author: Elisabeth Simelton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 100043916X

Category: Nature

Page: 176

View: 550

This book presents contemporary case studies of land use, management practices, and innovation in Africa with a view to exploring how multifunctional land uses can alleviate food insecurity and poverty. Food security and livelihoods in Africa face multiple challenges in the form of feeding a growing population on declining land areas under the impacts of climate change. The overall question is what kind of farming systems can provide resilient livelihoods? This volume presents a selection of existing farming systems that demonstrate how more efficient use of land and natural resources, labour and other inputs can have positive effects on household food security and livelihoods. It examines how aquaculture, integrated water management, peri-urban farming systems, climate-smart agriculture practices and parkland agroforestry contribute multiple benefits. Drawing on case studies from Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Burkina Faso, contributed by young African scientists, this book provides a unique perspective on multifunctional land use in Africa and illustrates how non-conventional uses can be profitable while promoting social and environmental sustainability. Tapping into the global discussion on land scarcity and linking food security to existing land use change processes, this volume will stimulate readers looking for diversified land uses that are compatible with both household and national food security ambitions. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of African development, agriculture, food security, land use and environmental management, as well as sustainable development more generally, in addition to policymakers and practitioners working in these areas.

Agroforestry as a Multifunctional Land Use System

Author: Yannik Wardius

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Gaia ecological perspectives for science and society

Pathways and pitfalls of implementing the use of woodfuels in Germany's
bioenergy sector . dustriellen Anlagen geraten sind , zu einer Neuausrichtung auf
Biomass and Bioenergy 33 : 384-392 . Formen der ... In : Multifunctional land use
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Category: Environmental sciences

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Multifunctional Land Uses in Africa

"This book presents contemporary case studies of land use, management practices and innovation in Africa with a view to exploring how multifunctional land uses can alleviate food insecurity and poverty.

Author: Taylor & Francis Group

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780367785420

Category: Climatic changes

Page: 192

View: 623

"This book presents contemporary case studies of land use, management practices and innovation in Africa with a view to exploring how multifunctional land uses can alleviate food insecurity and poverty. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of African development, agriculture, food security, land use, and environmental management, as well as sustainable development more generally, in addition to policymakers and practitioners working in these areas"--

The Role of Price Policy in Rice Production in Indonesia

Environmental impacts were computed based on the multifunctionality of rice
fields in preventing floods , erosion and landslides ... Taxes should be used to
discourage unsustainable land use , taking into account the multifunctional
Executive ...

Author: C. Peter Timmer

Publisher:

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Category: Agricultural price supports

Page: 74

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New Civil Engineer

Water reorganisation Report proposes multi - functional management Fig . ...
Regional and local land drainage committees will be statutory under the Water
Bill and the number of local committees and the extent of their functions will be ...

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Category: Civil engineering

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Urbanism Past Present

1970 36 22 10 11 1980 36.5 17 10.6 10.3 + 36.6 3.8 + 45.52 + 31.18 City Center
- Multi - functional Employment Node 10 8 ... Map 6 shows the composite
multifunctional land use structure of the Johannesburg city center ( See Map 6 ) .
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Category: Cities and towns

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North America and Europe NAE Report

Finally , research should focus on creating productive and multifunctional land
use systems in rural areas that aim to provide ... This should include , where
necessary , restoration of degraded lands and the integrated management of
natural ...

Author: International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (Project)

Publisher: Agriculture at a Crossroads

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 309

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The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (IAASTD) looks realistically at how we could effectively use agriculture/AKST to help us meet development and sustainability goals. An unprecedented three-year collaborative effort, the IAASTD involved more than 400 authors in 110 countries and cost more than $11 million. It reports on the advances and setbacks of the past fifty years and offers options for the next fifty years. The results of the project are contained in seven reports: a Global Report, five regional Sub-Global Assessments, and a Synthesis Report. The Global Report gives the key findings of the Assessment, and the five Sub-Global Assessments address regional challenges. The volumes present options for action. All of the reports have been extensively peer-reviewed by governments and experts and all have been approved by a panel of participating governments. The Sub-Global Assessments all utilize a similar and consistent framework: examining and reporting on the impacts of AKST on hunger, poverty, nutrition, human health, and environmental/social sustainability. The five Sub-Global Assessments cover the following regions: Central and West Asia and North Africa (CWANA) East and South Asia and the Pacific (ESAP) Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) North America and Europe (NAE) Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)

Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention

The major justification for public or private fire management should be based on
the land manager's need to reach his objectives . From the Federal forestry side
of the ledger , there are legal requirements for interdiciplinary , multifunctional ...

Author: Society of American Foresters. Convention

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Category: Forests and forestry

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Journal of Rural Development

Land allocation under rural viability Relative to agri - environmental
multifunctionality , the inclusion of rural viability changes land allocation : a )
within agriculture towards the crop which entails higher use of labour within
agriculture and b ...

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Category: Agriculture

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Contributions of Agricultural Economics to Critical Policy Issues

Ruben , Ruerd , “ Land Inequality and Economic Growth : A Dynamic Panel Data
Approach ” Vosti , Stephen A . , “ Agricultural ... The Benefits and Beneficiaries of
Public Investment in Herbicide Use R & D ” Erenstein , Olaf , “ Assessing the
Impact of International ... Sector ” Boisvert , Richard , “ Implications of Geographic
Heterogeneity for Multifunctional Rice Policy in Taiwan " Parra - López , Carlos , “
A ...

Author: Keijiro Otsuka

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 344

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This book is a collection of plenary sessions papers and selected invited panel papers presented in the 26th International Conference of Agricultural Economists held at Gold Coast, Australia, from 12th to 18th August 2006. Beginning with the presidential address by Prabhu Pingali and the Elmhirst lecture by Hans Binswanger dealing with global issues of agricultural growth, economic development, and empowerment of the rural poor, leading agricultural economists address such emerging and critical issues as the economics of natural disasters, international trade and marketing, food safety and health, and transformation of unfavorable poor areas, among other issues.

Urban transportation and land use

Locational and land use decisions which increase the number of multi-functional
areas and which cluster activities can reduce travel. Electronic communications
are changing travel behavior by substituting fast and low-cost message and ...

Author: John A. Deacon

Publisher:

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Category:

Page: 204

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Agricultural Systems

... ecoregional analysis of agriculture and land use ; studies on natural resource
issues related to agriculture ; impact and scenario analyses related to topics such
as GMOs , multifunctional land use and global change ; the development and ...

Author: Oliver W. Castalonge

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 208

View: 768

Agricultural systems include the development and application of systems methodology, including system modelling, simulation and optimisation; ecoregional analysis of agriculture and land use; studies on natural resource issues related to agriculture; impact and scenario analyses related to topics such as GMOs, multifunctional land use and global change; and the development and application of decision and discussion support systems. It also includes approaches to analysing and improving farming systems; technology transfer in tropical and temperate agriculture; and the relationship between agricultural development issues and policy. This book presents the latest research in the field.

United Kingdom Floodplains

... in floodplain protection So , in 1988 , Thames Water's Rivers Division revised
its approach to land use planning in four ... While the nationally - inspired
reorganisation in 1993/4 created potentially multifunctional Areas in the NRA
Regions ...

Author: Paul José

Publisher:

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Category: Floodplain ecology

Page: 485

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Annual Report

Multifunctional and sustainable land use 29 J . J . Neeteson Livestock Nutrient
management in agriculture aims at minimizing the difference between nutrient
input and nutrient output ( = nutrient surplus ) . AB - DLO develops economically
and ...

Author: Instituut voor Agrobiologisch en Bodemvruchtbaarheidsonderzoek (Netherlands)

Publisher:

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Category: Agronomy

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Proposed Uniform Land Use Classification System

The objective of land use classification , then , is to place the vast amount of
information available about land uses into an orderly form which can be readily
understood and ... Data in a standardized system are multifunctional in nature .

Author: Alan Porter

Publisher:

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Category: Land use

Page: 13

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New Challenges in Recreation and Tourism Planning

This was much later than in Britain , where in 1968 the Countryside Act
pioneered the idea of multiple land use as a ... inner city recreation facilities ; the
optimization of recreational use of rural and / or nature areas ( multifunctional
land use ) .

Author: H. N. van Lier

Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 240

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This book puts forth new challenges and new methods for the planning of outdoor recreation and tourism. The first two chapters offer a description of the problems which the public and the private sectors are facing. Following chapters deal with several aspects of the problems, including trends and changes in outdoor recreation and tourism, previous policies of planning for recreation and tourism, shortcomings in policies and actions, and new approaches in several countries, such as the United States, France, Switzerland and The Netherlands. Finally, the book gives examples of new methods and approaches for the planning of outdoor recreation and tourism. These methods are demonstrated with specific areas or projects from the aforementioned countries. This book will be invaluable to all those who bear the responsibility of providing human beings with possibilities and facilities to spend their free time in their own desired way, namely landscape and urban planners, conservationists, and landscape ecologists.