Sustainable intensification: A new paradigm for African agriculture

External research report English OPEN
The Montpellier Panel (2013)
  • Publisher: London, United Kingdom: Imperial College London
  • Subject: Conservation agriculture | Sustainable development | Social capital | Livelihoods | Malnutrition | Small-scale farming | Markets | Poverty | Sustainable agriculture | Natural resource management | Fertilization | Sustainable intensification | Farm/Enterprise Scale Field Scale Governance

Sub-Saharan Africa faces a rapid population growth that drives food demand and scarcity together with scarcity in natural resources such as land, water, and soil fertility. This Montpellier Panel report identifies the paradigm of sustainable intensification as a framewo... View more
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