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Year: 2010
In Austria organic farming boomed since the early nineties with over 70% of organic farms located in mountain regions
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Year: 2010
Farmers in the Rhone Biosphere Reserve (BR) in Germany receive payments between 150-200Euro/ha/year for conserving land grazed by sheep and cattle and thereby achieve environmental and nature conservation objectives
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Year: 2009
Many opportunities exist for mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through better management of trees and soils
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Year: 2009
Rice is grown on more than 140 million hectares worldwide and is the most heavily consumed staple food on earth
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Year: 2009
Facilitating carbon sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems could provide a signifcant amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) abatement, which is necessary to limit global temperature increases to only 2 degrees Celsius in the next century until more permanent mitigation strategies are instituted
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Year: 2009
The 2010 Janauray edition of Mountain FOrum Bulletin mainly focuses on the articles' based on Payment of Environmental Services in Mountain Areas of different parts of the world
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Year: 2008
For several years, Euromontana has been working on mountain quality food products
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Year: 2007
List of publications focusing on south east Asia (Lao, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand) about sustainable agriculture, farming, rice, organic farming, food security, poverty and livelihoods, environment etc
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Year: 2007
This study focuses on organic agriculture and mitigation and adaptation to predictable and unpredictable impacts of climate change
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Year: 2007
Organic agriculture serves the planet as far more than an agricultural production method
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