Wed, 17 Sep 2008
Agriculture and Productivity – conservation imperatives
- Food and fuel: Prices matter more than ever – and the stakes are very high.
- When you ship 1kg of beef around the world, you’re actually shipping about 16,000 litres of water.
- Feature: Global demand for land to produce food, fuel and fibre will likely lead to a large-scale land grab.
- Forest foods: A complex problem needs complex solutions.
- Production and conservation: Temporary solutions in dynamic landscapes.
- 2 Editorial
- 3 Livelihoods and landscapes
- 4-6 Food and fuel: driving the future of forests? The high stakes of high food prices. Biofuel – a waste of space? What’s in store? The future of agriculture and its impacts on forests
- 7 Farmers in forests: The ‘hidden’ farmers in Thailand’s forests
- 8-9 Feature: Convergence of food, fuel and fibre markets: driving change in the world’s forests
- 10-11 Forest foods: Forests and food security. Bushmeat: another looming food crisis?
- 12-15 Production and conservation: Biodiverse farming systems: the key to reconciling agriculture and conservation. Drylands – neither basket case nor bread basket. SENSOR: forecasting the sustainability impacts of European land-use policies. Accepting change: conserving biodiversity in productive landscapes
- 16 Publications news