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Agri-Culture: Reconnecting People, Land and Nature

By: Jules Pretty
261 pages, B/w illus, tab
Publisher: Earthscan
Agri-Culture: Reconnecting People, Land and Nature
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About this book

Draws on many stories of successful transformation to a sustainable agriculture type. This book shows that there is no alternative to radical reform of national agricultural, rural and food policies and institutions - the time has come for the next agricultural revolution.

Contents

Preface to a revolution; landscapes lost and found; monoscapes; reality cheques; food for all; only reconnect; the genetics controversy; ecological literacy; crossing the internal frontiers.

Customer Reviews

Biography

Jules Pretty is Director of the Centre for Environment and Society, University of Essex. He was formerly at IIED, London. Other titles include The Living Land, Regenerating Agriculture and The Hidden Harvest
By: Jules Pretty
261 pages, B/w illus, tab
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews
'I have read Agri-Culture from cover to cover. It is fabulous' Tim Lang, Thames Valley University; 'It is wonderful to see all the examples throughout the book through the eyes of the people who did the work on the ground, through their voices or frustration or experiences' Brian Halweil, Worldwatch Institute
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