The article presents the Lithuanian forest land change in the period of more than a hundred years. The causes leading to forest land use change are analysed in the article. The beginning of forestry in Lithuania can be traced back to Sigismund Augustus times starting from 1557, when Wallach reform was launched.
The article presents the analysis of the change of land users in the Republic of Lithuania during the period between 1919 and 1940. The main factor affecting the relationship of land and its use was the political changes in the country, whereas economic and social aspects had less influence.
Maintaining agriculture has always been a government level issue. The State is implementing a number of programs and projects, as well as increasing the amount of funding to improve the agro industrial complex and the condition of agricultural land. Kazakhstan having great land and resource potential should develop a strategy for the rational land use and protection of land.
Modern market economy certainly requires a rational distribution of land and strict state control over land use and protection. In cadastre works are the basis of the data and are used very often. All of this activity is a complex and expensive process, so you need to effectively use and sharing of new information systems.
One of the areas of strategic development plans of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the implementation of the provisions of the Land Code is to ensure the sustainable use and conservation of land resources through the formation of highly productive, ecologically oriented and adapted land use, through improved economic mechanisms of land management and state control over observance of the land leg
In the Republic of Lithuania the average land productivity score is about 41.8. However, in separate elderates it ranges from 30.5 to 55.1. As a result, it determines different intensity of using agricultural farming lands. Research object - agricultural farming lands in rural municipalities of the republic of Lithuania.
The media frequently refers to the concept of abandoned land. The reasons for its occurrence are discussed and the ways to diminish the problem are being searched for. Various sources of information were used for the research. They enabled the authors to identify the concept of abandoned lands.
The protection of fertile soils is a precondition for sustainable development. In the final document of the conference of the United Nations on sustainable development in June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro (Rio+20 Conference), the international community thus agreed to strive for a “land degradation neutral world”.
Lithuania became an official member of FAO in 1991, and FAO has since contributed more than €4.3 million to finance over 20 projects in the country. These initiatives centred on developing capacities in multiple sectors, including agriculture, forestry, fisheries, livestock and the environment.
Meeting Name: Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry
Meeting symbol/code: FO:EFC/2015/Inf.3 - ECE/TIM/2015/Inf.3
Session: Sess.38 - Sess.73