After the Green Revolution
Sustainable Agriculture for Development
Conway, G.R.; Barbier, Edward B.Publisher: Earthscan
Year Published: 1991
Pages: 256pp Price: $21.95 ISBN: 1-85383-035-6
Resource Type: Book
Abstract: After the Green Revolution looks at the effects of international economic restraints and of national policies on development. It charts the path of sustainable livelihoods for Third World farmers. The authors indicate what national policies should be advocated and what approaches adopted at local levels to ensure agricultural sustainability.
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