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After the Green Revolution Sustainable Agriculture for Development

By: Gordon R Conway(Author), Edward B Barbier(Author)
256 pages
Publisher: Earthscan
After the Green Revolution
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  • After the Green Revolution ISBN: 9780415845946 Paperback May 2013 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Originally published in 1990.

'The Green Revolution' of the 60's and 70's produced immense gains in food cereal production in the Third World. But there are huge problems in the 'post-revolutionary' era: farmers with small or marginal holdings have benefited less than wealthier farmers; intensive mono-cropping has made production more susceptible to environmental stresses and shocks. Now there is evidence of diminishing returns from intensive and intensively chemical agricultural production. What is needed is a new approach, equally revolutionary, but different in its ideas and style. The authors set out what they mean by 'sustainable' agriculture in the new era and look at the effects of international economic restraints and of national policies on the kind of development they see as necessary. They chart a path for sustainable livelihoods for Third World farmers enmeshed by forces outside their control. They describe methods of evaluating and resolving the tough trade-offs all levels of intervention, from international trade down to the individual farm. After the Green Revolution cannot provide all the answers, but it does indicate what international conditions we need to be aware of, what national policies we need to advocate and what approaches at the local level we need to adopt to ensure the goal of agricultural sustainability.


Acronyms and Abbreviations

1. Ideas of Development
2. Indicators of Agricultural Performance
3. International Constraints
4. National Policies
5. Farms and Livelihoods
6. Conclusions


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By: Gordon R Conway(Author), Edward B Barbier(Author)
256 pages
Publisher: Earthscan
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