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Abstract In this paper the authors have profiled a number of community-led conservation initiatives underway in several South Asian countries. Faced with degraded landscapes and resulting impoverishment, the local people who are most affected by the loss or increase of biodiversity are taking...
Abstract Diversifying Rice varieties for controlling the disease called Blast in farmers' field were assessed. Large-scale field tests for two consecutive years showed that the highly susceptible glutinous Rice varieties (Huangkenuo and Zinuo) suffered less disease when inter-planted with the...
In this paper, Thomas Schultze-Westrum describes how closely reefs and rainforests are interconnected in the easternmost province of Indonesia, and he suggests that the efforts to sustain their combined unique and incredible biodiversity can only be successful if they involve the local...
This article has been adapted from the October 1999 N.R.T.E.E. publication called Creating a Legacy of Economic, Community and Ecological Well-being: Laying the Foundation for the New Millennium, Budget 2000 Recommendations. Anyone who wishes more information on this process is encouraged to...
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