Book: Sustainability of Agricultural Systems in Transition, ASA Special Publication 64, 2001
Published by: American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America
Current issues in world agricultural development, and those of tomorrow, are interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, transnational, and global. Contributions derived from a Societies-World Bank symposium address on-farm, institutional, and policy levels of action in the effort to develop global agriculture sustainably. Experts from every continent provide examples of vision and success, including a section on post Green Revolution India, which was derived from an AASIO-Societies symposium.
Table of Contents
- PANEL DISCUSSION: SUSTAINABLE FARMING SYSTEMS—ARE THERE ANY SHORTCUTS?
- PANEL DISCUSSION: MARKET/POLICY ISSUES AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
- FOOD SECURITY AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY IN INDIA