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Checklist for Sustainable Landscape Management

Handbook / Manual
By: JD van Mansvelt and MJ van der Lubbe
192 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Elsevier
Checklist for Sustainable Landscape Management
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Interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, widely-calibrated checklist for EU sustainable landscape management, which is intended to serve both as an analytical tool of reference as well as a design tool for local, regional and European policy making on sustainable developments.

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Preface. Summary. 1. Introduction. Background and problem statement. Objectives. Approach. Structure of the report. 2. Research Methods. Outline of a unifying concept. On the complementarity of interdisciplinary Holism and disciplinary reductionism. Dissemination of results. 3. Results. Introduction. Explanation of checklist. Conclusions. 4. Performances of Organic Agriculture. Theory and literature. Empirical data collected from literature. 5. Uses and Users. Overview of possible uses and users. Indicative links with funding. 6. References. Annex 1: Participants. Annex 2: Checklist's compliance with other standards for sustainable and organic agriculture.

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Handbook / Manual
By: JD van Mansvelt and MJ van der Lubbe
192 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Elsevier
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