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Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Croatie

Soil and water loss due to traditional intensive types of agricultural management is widespread and unsustainable in Croatian croplands. In order to mitigate the accelerated land degradation, we studied different cropland soil management strategies to obtain feasible and sustainable agro-technical practices.

janvier 2023
Global

Context and background: With the advent of rising global initiatives to address climate change and sustainability, interest in addressing theoretical and practical alignment of how professional valuers consider environmental attributes has become the focus of much attention.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Brésil

Since the dawn of Brazilian trade, extensive cattle farming has predominated. Brazil’s extensive pasture-based system uses pasture plants adapted to climate and soil conditions with limited use of purchased inputs.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Global

To promote the sustainable development of agriculture and forestry economy, it is of great significance to guide farmers to consciously pursue pro-environmental behaviors in the development of the understory economy.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Global

With rapid urban population growth and industrial agglomeration, the urban land supply is becoming gradually tight. Improving land use quality (LUQ) is becoming increasingly critical. This study was carried out in the Luohe built-up zones between 2013 and 2021.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Chine

Gymnocarpos przewalskii is a rare Tertiary relict species, mainly distributed in desert areas of northwestern China. Changes in rainfall have a significant impact on the physiological characteristics of desert plants. In the present study, the effects of five simulated rainfall levels on the gas exchange parameters, chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics, and antioxidant system of G.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
Global

The aims of agricultural land management change continuously, reflecting shifts in wider societal priorities. Currently, these include addressing the climate crisis, promoting environmental sustainability, and supporting the livelihoods of rural communities while ensuring food security.

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Articles et Livres
janvier 2023
Global

Promoting positive mental health is of utmost importance especially in todays urban context as recognized by the World Health Organization However the scarcity of green spaces in urban areas presents challenges for fostering a connection with nature To address this gap this study investigates the distinctive contribution of urban home gardens to the mental wellbeing of women in the Greater Jaka

janvier 2023
Maroc
États-Unis d'Amérique

Context and Background Estimating cereal yields in Morocco is still based on the traditional statistical method known as "CCE" crop cutting, which is objective but tedious and requires a lot of logistics, despite the fact that in 2012 a system for predicting cereal yields in Morocco called "CGMS_MA" was introduced to support this method; this system does not allow yields to be estimated at plot

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2023
République tchèque

Despite the efforts of developed countries to protect undeveloped land, development continues to expand beyond urban boundaries. High-quality land needed for food production is often consumed. This study aims to verify possible causes of undeveloped land and high-quality land consumption within regions (NUTS3) using a new approach to building growth monitoring.

Dernières nouvelles

7 décembre 2021
Afrique occidentale
Togo

 Les pays membres de l'Union économique et monétaire ouest-africaine (UEMOA), se préparent à se doter d’un système d’information foncière en zone urbaine. Et selon les informations, le Togo, suite à la réunion des Ministres chargés de l'urbanisme, de l’habitat et du foncier urbain dans la zone, tenue à Dakar fin novembre, va apporter son expertise à l’espace communautaire en ce sens.

2 juin 2021
Mozambique

Rome, le 2 juin 2021 – Le 28 mai 2021, le Président de la République du Mozambique, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, a lancé un projet visant à réduire la pauvreté et à accroître la production et les revenus grâce à l’aquaculture au profit de plus de 88 000 petits producteurs piscicoles dans les zones rurales. Le projet a été inauguré à Chitima, dans la province de Tete.

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