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Farmers, even in the poorest and most food-insecure regions of the world, conceive their domains as ecosystems, manage genes by their decision on crop varieties, and manage species by their decisions on farm animals. They not only understand and can apply ecosystem approaches in their decision making, but also understand the potential impact of large-scale environmental threats to their livelihoods.
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