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Poster: Rice-fish co-culture system

Innovation in Agroecology from China








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    The Rice-Fish Culture System in China 2012
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    A methodology to assess the sustainability and resiliency of GIAHS sites: an example of its application in the rice-fish culture (RFC) systems in Longxian village, Qingtian County, Zhejiang Province, China
    Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)
    2015
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    The GIAHS Initiative uses the sustainable livelihoods framework (SLA) as an approach to understanding factors (shocks, trends, etc) affecting people’s livelihoods (expressed as five types of capital) and the way these factors are linked to each other. Within the SLA framework, resources available to a specific community can be divided into five different capital assets (Figure 1). Based on these assets, a list can be drawn up of what assets are available in the community. Economic, environmental , social and institutional forces as well as human behavior influence land-use decisions by local people and depending on the strength of the capitals, communities respond to internal and external forces that influence the positive or negative tendencies of any of the five capital assets. This in turns determines the outcomes (levels of income, health, nutrition, food security, sustainable resource use, etc) of the livelihood strategy adopted by the community.
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    TCP/RAS/3603 Concept Note for Regional Training & Verification Workshop on Technical guidelines for innovative rice-fish farming and climate resilient Tilapia culture practices 2017
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    In order to support the scaling up of the innovative aquaculture farming systems/practices for better efficiency and resilience that have proven successful through the earlier regional initiative supported country projects, this regional TCP project “Promote scaling-up of innovative rice-fish farming and climate resilient Tilapia pond culture practices for blue growth in Asia” is formulated to address the need of most regional initiative focus countries. This Regional TCP project aims to effecti vely disseminate and demonstrate the innovative rice-fish farming and climate resilient tilapia pond culture practices in five regional initiative focus countries and strengthen the human capacity and enabling environment for scaling up selected innovative and climate resilient aquaculture practices in all participating countries.

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