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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 58/04 - Sourcebook Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity
Fecha:Viernes, 9 de Julio, 2004  16:42:44 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt @............ar>

CeHuNews 58/04
 
Sourcebook Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity (2003) 
published by CIP-UPWARD in collaboration with GTZ GmbH, IDRC, IPGRI and SEARICE  

The appreciation for agricultural biodiversity has grown and matured, resulting in an increasing awareness that its valuation and use could contribute to long-term conservation and use. This sourcebook encourages action aimed at managing agricultural biodiversity resources within existing landscapes and ecosystems, in support of the livelihoods of farmers, fishers and livestock keepers.

The publication is a compilation of field-based experiences by scientists, development specialists, academics, policy-makers and donors around the world; it consists of three volumes: 1) understanding agricultural biodiverity, 2) strengthening local management of agricultural biodiversity, and 3) ensuring an enabling environment for agricultural biodiversity. It is designed for use by rural development practitioners and local administrators, as well as trainors and educationalists.