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Harnessing the benefits of ecosystem services for effective ecological intensification in agriculture

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    Tirer parti des bénéfices des services écosystémiques pour une intensification écologique efficace de l'agriculture
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    Ce document est une synthèse de la discussion en ligne Tirer parti des bénéfices des services écosystémiques pour une intensification écologique efficace de l’agriculture tenue sur le Forum mondial sur la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition (Forum FSN) de la FAO du 30 novembre au 31 décembre 2015 et organisée en collaboration avec le projet LIBERATION. www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/forum/discussions/liberation
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    Ecological intensification in EU agriculture 2017
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    FAO, in collaboration with the research partner organizations under project EU FP7 LIBERATION, has developed a policy brief on ecological intensification across different European farming landscapes. Ecological intensification is an approach to agricultural production that aims to match or increase yields while minimizing negative impacts on the environment and on agricultural productivity, by integrating the management of ecosystem services delivered by biodiversity into production systems.
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    Conducting farm-based trainings on how to enhance on-farm ecosystem services 2015
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    This handbook is intended to facilitate an educational approach designed to increase the adoption of on-farm practices that support the organisms that provide ecosystem services. It is produced through the contribution of two projects: the Global Environment Facility (GEF) supported project “Conservation and management of pollinators for sustainable agriculture, through an ecosystem approach” implemented in seven countries – Brazil, Ghana, India, Kenya, Nepal, Pakistan and South Africa; and the EU-funded FP7 project LIBERATION (linking farmland Biodiversity to Ecosystem services for effective eco-functional intensification) – focusing on building the evidence base for ecological intensification in intensive and extensive farming landscape of countries within Europe.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Tirer parti des bénéfices des services écosystémiques pour une intensification écologique efficace de l'agriculture
    Synthèse de la discussion en ligne
    2016
    Also available in:

    Ce document est une synthèse de la discussion en ligne Tirer parti des bénéfices des services écosystémiques pour une intensification écologique efficace de l’agriculture tenue sur le Forum mondial sur la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition (Forum FSN) de la FAO du 30 novembre au 31 décembre 2015 et organisée en collaboration avec le projet LIBERATION. www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/forum/discussions/liberation
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Ecological intensification in EU agriculture 2017
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    FAO, in collaboration with the research partner organizations under project EU FP7 LIBERATION, has developed a policy brief on ecological intensification across different European farming landscapes. Ecological intensification is an approach to agricultural production that aims to match or increase yields while minimizing negative impacts on the environment and on agricultural productivity, by integrating the management of ecosystem services delivered by biodiversity into production systems.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Conducting farm-based trainings on how to enhance on-farm ecosystem services 2015
    Also available in:
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    This handbook is intended to facilitate an educational approach designed to increase the adoption of on-farm practices that support the organisms that provide ecosystem services. It is produced through the contribution of two projects: the Global Environment Facility (GEF) supported project “Conservation and management of pollinators for sustainable agriculture, through an ecosystem approach” implemented in seven countries – Brazil, Ghana, India, Kenya, Nepal, Pakistan and South Africa; and the EU-funded FP7 project LIBERATION (linking farmland Biodiversity to Ecosystem services for effective eco-functional intensification) – focusing on building the evidence base for ecological intensification in intensive and extensive farming landscape of countries within Europe.

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