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  1. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 1992
    Philippines, Europe, Asia

    The paper describes the general physical and demographic features of eastern Sorsogon where Gracilaria farming is being developed. Gracilaria, like the Eucheuma seaweeds prior to farming, are presently gathered from the wild stocks. Unless some form of management is introduced, the natural seaweed beds will be depleted due to intensive collection for cash income by the fishing community.

  2. Library Resource
    Legislation
    March, 1992
    Liechtenstein

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to the permanent protection of soil against misappropriation in order to guarantee self-sufficiency and conserve the rural structures. The text consists of 8 articles as follows: Principle (1); Separation of municipalities (2); Soil requirements (3); Safeguard of agricultural land (4); Deadline (5); Provisional agricultural zone (6); Proceedings (7); Entry into force (8).

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    May, 1992
    Ecuador

    El presente Acuerdo, reconociendo los asentamientos tradicionales de las Comunidades Indígenas Waorani, procede a la revisión de los límites del Parque Nacional Yasuní (PNY), amplia el territorio del PNY, como Patrimonio Nacional de Áreas Naturales, hacia el sector suroccidental comprendido entre los ríos Cononaco y Curaray, con la finalidad de conformar una unidad ecológica integral que permita la conservación y manejo de las principales cuencas y subcuencas de ese sector.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    August, 1992
    Angola

    From FAOLEX: "This Act establishes the basic framework for ownership, concession and use of agricultural land of the People's Republic of Angola. It consists of 7 chapters defining all the issues related with the land basic legislation, such as: General Provisions (Chap. 1); Land classification (2); Licensing (3); Transmission and rescission of land use right (4); Registration (5); Administration Powers (6); Final Provisions (7)."

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 1992
    Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, South America, Central America
  6. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    August, 1992
    China

    In their effect on marriage and the family, as in so many other domains, the reforms can be seen as having a dual thrust. On the one hand, by giving the land in long-term leases back to the family, and allowing it to invest in a variety of small and medium-sized ventures, they have restored something like the situation in rural China before the collectivization of 1956, when the family estate was the source of income and investment in opportunity for most rural Chinese.

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