This incremental demand for food together with demand from other competing uses will place unprecedented pressure on many agricultural production systems across the world these systems at risk are facing growing competition for land and water resources and they are often constrained by unsustainable agricultural practices they therefore require particular attention and specific remedial action this first issue of the state of the worlds land and water resources for food and . The state of the worlds land and water resources for food and agriculture solaw managing systems at risk january 2012 economic botany 664418 419 doi 102307 23325659 authors danna j . For food and agriculture managing systems at risk published by iv the state of the worlds land and water resources for food and agriculture environmental consequences of past policy choices 86 investments in land and water 90 international cooperation on land and water 92 conclusions 99 3 land and water systems at risk 101 growing competition for land and water 103 degradation of land . The state of the worlds land and water resources for food and agriculture solaw analyses a variety of options for overcoming constraints and improving resource management in these areas of heightened risk in each location a mix of changes in institutional and policy measures will have to be combined with greater access to technologies for better management of land and water resources increased investments access to novel financing mechanisms and international cooperation and . Na f state of the worlds land and water resources for foo managing systems at risk amazonde food and agriculture organizaton of the united nations fremdsprachige bucher
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