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  • ISBN 0471279285
  • ISBN13 978-0471279280
  • Language English
  • Author Itzhak Arnon
  • Publisher John Wiley & Sons Ltd (September 9, 1981)
  • Pages 590
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Until quite recently, agriculture in most developing countries of the Third World has been largely neglected by policy-makers, economists and planners, on the assumption that most resources should be devoted to industry.

Until quite recently, agriculture in most developing countries of the Third World has been largely neglected by policy-makers, economists and planners, on the assumption that most resources should be devoted to industry. However, there is a growing realization that without progress in agriculture there will be economic stagnation, inadequate food production, and the viciou Until quite recently, agriculture in most developing countries of the Third World has been largely neglected by policy-makers, economists and planners, on the assumption that most resources should be devoted to industry.

oceedings{onOA, title {Modernization of agriculture in developing countries .

oceedings{onOA, title {Modernization of agriculture in developing countries: Resources, potentials, and problems}, author {Itzhak Arnon}, year {1981} }. Itzhak Arnon. The Necessity to Transform Traditional Agriculture Natural Resources - Land and Water Land-Use in Subsistence Agriculture and Potentials for Development The Deterioration of Natural Resources Human Resources Generation of New Technology The 'Green Revolution' Human Labour, Animal Traction and Mechanization Provision of Essential Conditions for Modernization Development Planning and Strategy.

John Wiley & Sons, Baffins Lane, Chichester, Sussex P019 1UD, England, UK: xxiii + 626 p. illustr

John Wiley & Sons, Baffins Lane, Chichester, Sussex P019 1UD, England, UK: xxiii + 626 p. illustr. W. Robert Stanton (a1). Beyond the Green Revolution: New Approaches to Third World Agriculture. Worldwatch Paper 73, Worldwatch Institute, Washington, DC, USA: 46 pp. Worldwatch (1988).

countries in terms of urbanization, modernization and economic buoyancy. In developing countries, however, the realization of the notion of sustainable development has come under challenge due to the emergence of neo-liberal regimes and their pro-market policies. The current article addresses the following issues in this context: the origin, meaning, and problems of sustainable development; the major features and policy orientations of neo-liberal regimes in developing countries; and the critical implications of neo-liberal policies for the environment and devel-opment.

Current environmental problems make us vulnerable to disasters and . Intensive agriculture practiced to produce food damages the environment.

Current environmental problems make us vulnerable to disasters and tragedies, now and in the future. We are in a state of planetary emergency, with environmental problems piling up high around us. Unless we address the various issues prudently and seriously we are surely doomed for disaster. Current environmental problems require urgent attention. Population explosion in less developed and developing countries is straining the already scarce resources. Intensive agriculture practiced to produce food damages the environment through use of chemical fertilizer, pesticides and insecticides. Overpopulation is one of the crucial current environmental problem.

Personal Name: Arnon, Itzhak, 1909-. Environmental monographs and symposia.

Personal Name: Arnon, Itzhak, 1909- Environmental monographs and symposia. General Note: "A Wiley-Interscience publication. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographies and indexes. Rubrics: Agriculture Developing countries. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

The agricultural modernization of any country must be considered in the .

The agricultural modernization of any country must be considered in the light of its national conditions, its population, resources and economic and social conditions. Due to the growing resource and environmental constraints, promoting the agricultural modernization must take the way of achieving its sustainable development based on the status quo of the environment and basic national conditions

Urban agriculture is commonly discussed as a sustainable solution for dealing with gaps in the local food system, and .

Urban agriculture is commonly discussed as a sustainable solution for dealing with gaps in the local food system, and proponents often highlight the . many social, environmental, and economic benefits. We argue that the sustainability of urban agriculture should not be assumed. Environmental Ethics in Applied Ethics.

Top 17 Environmental Problems. Not only does this create explosion hazards, but methane also ranks as one of the worst of the greenhouse gases because of its high global warming potential. 15. Population Growth. By Renewable Resources Co. Last Updated: December 4, 2016. Many of the issues listed here result from the massive population growth that Earth has experienced in the last century. The planet’s population grows by . 3% per year, which works out to 80 million people. This results in a number of issues, such as a lack of fresh water, habitat loss for wild animals, overuse of natural resources and even species extinction.

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