The spatial structure of rural areas in eastern Poland is characterized by large fragmentation of privately owned farmland, as well as the scattering of parcels across villages and beyond their boundaries. An important defect is also the unfavourable shape of land parcels, which hampers and sometimes even makes impossible rational management of land in a given area.
Agricultural transport roads play an important role not only from the point of view of individual farm holdings, but also the general development of rural areas.
This article reviews the initiatives for setting up rational use and protection of agricultural lands in order to ensure accelerated growth of the agricultural sector of the Russian Federation, enhancing its sustainability, efficiency, competitiveness, and environmental safety.
In the structure of the land fund of the Altai Region the category of agricultural lands is the most extensive, it is more than 11.5 million hectares. More than 6.1 million hectares belong to individual citizens. There are more than 5 million hectares of state and municipal ownership. The rest of the lands are owned by legal entities.
Although advances in remote sensing have enhanced mapping and monitoring of irrigated areas, producing accurate cropping information through satellite image classification remains elusive due to the complexity of landscapes, changes in reflectance of different land-covers, the remote sensing data selected, and image processing methods used, among others.
This article presents a synthesis of analysis of how to use the most valuable natural
Agriculture is one of the driving forces that shaped the image of Republic of
ASODESCO es una organización con una década de antigüedad que agrupó en sus inicios a un conjunto de 21 familias organizadas con el objetivo de mejorar sus formas deproducción hacia un modelo sostenible y amigable con el ambiente.
One of the world's major buyers of farmland is under fire for their involvement in land conflicts, environmental destruction and risky investments. A new report by GRAIN and Rede Social de Justiça e Direitos Humano presents, for the first time, a comprehensive analysis of Harvard University's controversial investments in global farmland.
The report finds that:
Une coalition de 250 organisations, l’Internationale Land Coalition, tire la sonnette d’alarme sur l’inégalité foncière dans le domaine de l’agriculture au travers d’un rapportpublié le 24 novembre. Selon ce rapport 1% des exploitants s’occuperaient de 70% des terres agricoles.