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'Lag-effect' politics and the politicisation of New Zealand farmers: Where to from here?
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2017-12)
Responding to diffuse agricultural pollution is plagued by the considerable period of time it can take before ecological thresholds are breached and the impacts of actions on land become evident in water. Reflecting on ...
Forests for food security and livelihood sustainability: Policy problems and opportunities for small farmers in Nepal
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
In Nepal, many rural households need access to public forest resources to complement private resources for food and livestock production. However, current forest policies are largely directed at Environmental protection. ...