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Ecoagriculture: Strategies to Feed the World and Save Wild Biodiversity

By: Jeffrey A McNeely and Sara J Scherr
323 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Island Press
Ecoagriculture: Strategies to Feed the World and Save Wild Biodiversity
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Examines the idea that agricultural landscapes can be designed more creatively to take the needs of human populations into account while also protecting, or even enhancing, biodiversity. McNeely and Scherr present a thorough overview of the innovative concept of "ecoagriculture" and assess the global impact of agriculture on wild biodiversity. They also describe the challenge of reconciling biodiversity conservation and agricultural goals and outline and discuss the ecoagriculture approach. Case studies are presented to illustrate key strategies.

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Jeffrey A. McNeely is chief scientist at IUCN-The World Conservation Union in London, and editor of Expanding Partnerships in Conservation (Island Press, 1995). Sara J. Scherr is Senior Policy Analyst at Forest Trends in Washington, D.C.
By: Jeffrey A McNeely and Sara J Scherr
323 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Island Press
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