Does sustainable intensification offer a pathway to improved food security for aquatic agricultural system-dependent communities?

Sustainable intensification has recently been developed and adopted as a key concept and driver for research and policy in sustainable agriculture. It includes ecological, economic and social dimensions, where food and nutrition security, gender and equity are crucial components. This book describes different aspects of systems research in agriculture in its broadest sense, where the focus is moved from farming systems to livelihoods systems.


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Attwood, S., Park, S., Loos, J., Phillips, M., Mills, D., McDougall, C. (2017)
In: Oborn, I. ; Vanlauwe, B. ; Phillips, M. ; Thomas, R. ; Brooijmans, W. Atta-Krah, K. (eds.) Sustainable intensification in smallholder agriculture: An integrated systems research approach. Earthscan Food and Agriculture. Routledge.
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