Ecotechnology and rural employment: a dialogue

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Macmillan India, 1994 - Business & Economics - 396 pages
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Ecotechnology, science and sustainable development. Spark programe andsustainable development. The greening of technology: public policy andthe public mind. Towards a pro-women, -poor and -nature bias in development policies. Role of scientific research and technology blending. Building the biovillage. Scientific research and technology blending. Ecosystem health and it's impact. Agroforestry and wasteland development. Ecosystem health: land and water. Living fences and home gardens. Forest legumes. Models linking ecological security with livelihood security-rural enterprises in china and india. The brazilian biofuel programme: solution to social and environmental problems. Ecological security and livelihood security: models. The spark programme and rural township enterprises of china. Womem and rural development. Experiences and perspectives of ecovillagens in china. The biovillage experience-I. experience-II. experience-III. Agribusiness for small farmers. Population growth and the carrying capacity of the ecosystems. Biodiversity and ecotechnology. Biofertilizers. Studies on biotechnology nad biodiversity related to rural development in china. Bioremediation. Biofertiliser and biopesticide technology for sustainable agriculture and ruraldevelopment. Incentives, integration and international support. Greenhouse technology in rural agriculture. Sustainable livelihood security for rural families. Human development: concept and measurement. Human development index. Ecosustainability. Sustainable livelihood security index. Sustainable rural development and the role of banking. Capacitybuilding. Education and training. Closing session. Ecotechnology and rural employment: the next steps.

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Development Policies
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ROLE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
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ECOSYSTEM HEALTH
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