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LANDBOUW, VEETEELT & VISSERIJ

jaar van uitgave: 1996 of later
(alfabetisch op auteur)


Blarel, Benoit; Pursell, Garry; Valdes, Alberto (ed.) (1999): Implications of the Uruguay Round Agreement for South Asia: The Case of Agriculture. The World Bank/Allied Publishers, Washington/New Delhi (220 pag). (UI-774-007) India; landbouwpolitiek; landbouw; Multi-Vezel Akkoord; Bangladesh; Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Nepal ; liberalisering; export; handel, internationaal.
[ Papers presented at a World Bank/FAO workshop in Kathmandu, 22-24 April 1996, on the implications of the Uruguay Round for South Asia for agriculture. ]

Cheriankunju, N.E.; Jagadeesan, P.; Kumar, B. Sree; Zant, Wouter (1999): Pepper Cultivation in India I - A survey-based quantitative description of pepper cultivation. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (43 pag). (UI-784-006-1) India; gewassen, voedsel-; landbouw; Kerala; Karnataka; Tamil Nadu.
[ This paper presents a quantitative description of pepper cultivation in India. The purpose of these description is to obtain s characterisation of pepper farmers, pepper production and the area allocated to pepper cultivation. The survey among pepper farmers makes it possible to give an estimate of area and production in pepper cultivation. ]

Cheriankunju, N.E.; Jagadeesan, P.; Kumar, B. Sree; Zant, Wouter (1999): Pepper Cultivation in India II - A vintage model of pepper production: forecasting the medium term. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (39 pag). (UI-784-006-2) India; gewassen, voedsel-; landbouw.
[ In this study a model is developed for estimating annual pepper production and area in the medium term, where the medium term is defined as a period stretching from 2 to 5 years. ]

Duituturaga, Emele; e.a. (1996): Report on the Consultative Meeting on Eco-Timber. ICCO, Zeist (67 pag). (UI-791-015) bosbouw; Derde Wereld algemeen; duurzame ontwikkeling; handel, alternatieve; handel, internationaal ; India.
[ Papers of the congress on the production and marketing of sustainable timber from community based projects in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, organised by ICCO, and held in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, 22-28 September 1996. Contents: The case of Solomon Western Islands Fair Trade (SWIFT); Forestry situation in India; Women in eco-forestry; Marketing of eco-timber; Tropical timber: trade channels and utilisation; Lessons learned through ICAD experimentation in Papua New Guinea. ]

Haas, Marga (1998): De vis wordt duur betaald. UvA, Amsterdam (73 pag). (UI-808-018) India; visserij; filosofie; godsdienst; christendom.
[ Het verband tussen gerechtigheid en heelheid van de schepping: confrontatie van een West-Europese ecologische theologie met een Indiase maatschappelijke situatie. De scheppingstheologie van Moltmann wordt gelegd naast een weergave van de ontwikkelingen in de Indiase visserij en van de vissersbeweging. Dit i.h.k.v. de hoofdvraag van dit onderzoek: Wat kan het naast elkaar leggen van het visserijverhaal en de scheppingsleer van Moltmann ons leren over het verband tussen gerechtigheid en heelheid van de schepping? ]

Hilhorst, Thea; Toulmin, Camilla (2000): Integrated Soil Fertility Management. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague (64 pag). (UI-778-010) ontw.samenw. & Nederl. overheid; ontwikkelingssamenwerking; kunstmest/mest; Derde Wereld algemeen.
[ This guide examines the issues at stake in relation to soil fertility management, the reasons why policy makers should be concerned about soil degradation, the lessons learned from interventions in this field, and the type of policies which contribute to a more sustainable management of soils. ]

Khan, M.J. (ed.) (2000): Discovering the Land of The Ganges: Uttar Pradesh. Concept Agrotech Consultants, New Delhi (71 pag). (UI-772-010) India; landbouw; Uttar Pradesh; landhervorming/-programma's; landbouwtechnologie.
[ Agriculture and Uttar Pradesh. ]

Krishna Rao, Y.V. (ed.) (2000): New Challenges Facing Indian Agriculture. Visalaandhra Publishing House, Hyderabad (210 pag). (UI-772-015) India; landbouw; landbouwpolitiek; werkgelegenheid, platteland; plattelandsontwikkeling; platteland ; vrouwenarbeid; liberalisering; WHO.
[ Papers presented at the seminar "New Challenges facing Indian Agriculture in the Context of WTO", 19-20 June 1999, Hyderabad. Context: Agricultural price policy; Employment scenario in India; WTO provisions and issues for the millennium round: impact on Indian agriculture; WTO agreement on agriculture and small farmer economies; Second generation problems of Indian agricultural development; Women in the farm workforce; Designing rural development programmes in the context of economic liberalisation; ... ]

Mollinga, Peter (1998): On the Waterfront: Water distribution, technology and agrarian change in a South Indian canal irrigation system. Agricultural University, Wageningen (307 pag). (UI-777-025) India; irrigatie; Karnataka; waterbeheer/-projecten.
[ This book discusses irrigation water distribution in the Tungabhadra Left Bank Canal, located in Raichur District, Karnataka. ]

NN (2001?): South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies: Annual Reports 1999-'00 and 2000-'01. SIFFS, Thiruvananthapuram (82 pag). (UI-808-020) India; visserij; Kerala; jaarverslag; arbeidsloon .
[ Annual Reports 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 of the South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies (SIFFS), Kerala. ]

NN (2002?): Operation Flood: A Saga of Successful Partnership. European Commission, (14 pag). (UI-803-121) India; zuivel: Operatie Vloed; zuivel; ontwikkelingssamenwerking & EG .
[ Evaluation of Operation Flood (1970-1996). ]

NN (1996): Peoples' Rights over Natural Resources: Putting it on the National Agenda. Samaj Parivartan Samudaya, Dharwad (114 pag). (UI-791-017) India; bosbouw; biodiversiteit; ecologie.
[ Contents: privatisation of forests; forest policy; Draft Forest Bill; People's rights over natural resources; People's policy on water resources; Adivasi self rule; biodiversity; forest dwellers; Jan Vikas Andolan; ... ]

NN (199?): Na de Groene Revolutie de Genen Revolutie? Vraagtekens bij gentechnologie in ontwikkelingslanden. Milieudefensie/Hivos, Amsterdam/Den Haag (19 pag). (UI-780-014) biotechnologie; Derde Wereld algemeen; landbouw; biodiversiteit.
[ De discussie over het nut en de noodzaak van genetische gemanipuleerde voedingsgewassen mag zich niet beperken tot zuiver landbouwkundige of milieukundige argumenten. De maatschappelijke en politiek-economische context speelt een grote rol in de afweging. Het is van essentieelbelang dat alle betrokkenen en belanghebbenden worden gehoord. Hoe kijken de mensen in zuidelijke landen zelf tegen deze oplossing aan? ]

Radhakrishna, R.; Sharma, Alakh N. (ed.) (1998): Empowering Rural Labour in India: Market, State and Mobilisation. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi (440 pag). (UI-772-012) India; landbouw; landbouw: economische structuur; landbouwpolitiek; werkgelegenheid, platteland; vakbonden; arbeid; platteland; armoedebestrijding.
[ This book, containing twenty one articles, provides an indepth insight into the recent developments and processes at work in the rural labour markets in India and evaluates how far the attempts towards their empowerment have been successful. In this context, this book examines in detail, both at micro and macro levels, the role of operations of the market forces, state interventions and mobilisation by trade unions, political parties and NGOs. ]

Ritsema, Geert (1997): Geen Roos zonder Doornen: Exportbloemen uit India. Landelijke India Werkgroep, Utrecht (39 pag). (UI-786-006-1) India; bloemen; handel, internationaal; export; milieu; arbeidsomstandigheden; pesticiden.
[ Kritisch rapport over de opkomst van de bloemenindustrie in India. Het rapport gaat in op vragen als: Wie zijn de investeerders in deze sector, waar gaan de winsten heen en wie profiteren van de omvangrijke overheidssubsidies? Is de internationale handel in snijbloemen echt zo perspectiefrijk? Is er naast een groeiende vraag ook een groeiend aanbod? Raakt de wereldmarkt niet overvoerd, met kans op ineenstorting van die markt? Wat zijn de milieugevolgen? Hoe zijn de arbeidsomstandigheden? Hoe springt men om met pesticiden? ]

Ritsema, Geert (1998): No Rose without a Thorn: Export Flowers from India. India Committee of the Netherl., Utrecht (39 pag). (UI-786-006-2) India; bloemen; handel, internationaal; export; milieu; arbeidsomstandigheden; pesticiden.
[ Critical report on the growth of the flower industry in India. The report deals with questions as: Who are the investors in this sector, where do the profits go and who benefit by the substantial government subsidies? Does the international flower trade have as many opportunities as suggested? Is the demand for cut flowers growing at the same pace as the supply? What are the consequences of floriculture for the environment? How are labour conditions in the floral industry? How are health hazards of pesticides dealt with? ]

Roelofs, Karin (ed.) (1998): Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture. NEDA/Min. of Foreign Affairs, The Hague (66 pag). (UI-777-022) Derde Wereld algemeen; ontw.samenw. & Nederl. overheid; irrigatie; landbouw; duurzame ontwikkeling; ontwikkelingssamenwerking.
[ This policy and best practice document is about sustainable irrigated agriculture. Irrigation is vital for global food security, but inadequate planning and execution of irrigation interventions can have a negative impact on food production, livelihoods and the environment. Therefore, irrigated agriculture has to be carried out in a sustainable way. Sustainable irrigated agriculture is planned, designed and managed in such a way that it avoids adverse environmental impacts and ensures long term benefits. ]

Shiva, Vandana; Jafri, Afsar H.; Emani, Ashok; Pande, Manish (2000): Seeds of Suicide: The Ecological and Human Costs of Globalisation of Agriculture. RFSTE, New Delhi (144 pag). (UI-785-006) India; zaden; landbouw; landbouwpolitiek; biotechnologie; biodiversiteit; gewassen, textiel-.
[ The consequences of giving seed companies a free hand through privatisation and deregulation has been increasing the costs of seeds and agrichemicals for farmers, increasing farm debts and increasing crop failure. Farmers suicides are the extreme result of these policies of market freedom. Farmers are falling prey to the marketing strategies of seed companies. Globalisation is leading to the emergence of a new kind of corporate feudalism - the convergence of global market forces with the worst forms of feudal control. ]

Shiva, Vandana (2001): Yoked to Death: Globalisation and Corporate Control of Agriculture. RFSTE, New Delhi (58 pag). (UI-774-008) India; landbouwpolitiek; landbouw; voedselproblematiek.
[ The reality of globalisation and its impact on food and farming is contrary to the mythology of prosperity and abundance. Globalisation of food and agriculture has led to (1) globalisation of non-sustainable industrial agriculture, (2) globalisation of rural poverty, and destruction of farmers' livelihoods and dramatic decline in farmers' incomes, and (3) globalisation of hunger. Farmers are committing suicides in thousands or selling their kidneys to pay back debts for high-cost agricultural inputs as seeds and pesticides. ]

Verschoor, Rogier (1996): To Pluck and Be Plucked: Investigation into fair trade in tea. FNV, Amsterdam (53 pag). (UI-787-010) India; thee; theeplantages; handel, alternatieve.
[ Report on investigations into the position of workers on tea plantations and on the experiences of the Fairtrade Foundation and Transfair International with fair trade in tea. ]

Zant, Wouter (1998): Stockholding, Price Stabilization and Futures Trading: Some Empirical Investigations of the Indian Natural Rubber Market. International Books, Utrecht (240 pag). (UI-774-005) India; landbouwpolitiek; gewassen, industrie-.
[ Farmers of primary commodities in developing countries face substantial income risk due to price fluctuations. Stockholding and price band schemes are a popular policy reaction to reduce income risk on the part of farmers. Are such schemes more efficient in reducing price risks relative to instruments that are available in the market? Price risks may also be hedged on futures exchanges: this is often believed to be an attractive alternative device to reduce income risk. What is the size of the costs of using such a facility? ]



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