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A comunicação para o desenvolvimento como uma estratégia de inserção socioprodutiva de agricultores familiares em um deserto alimentar. Repositório Alice
NOBREGA, A. R. da; FARIAS, J. L. de S.; CAVALCANTE, R. M. B.; MACHADO, A. B. N..
Resumo: A Política Nacional de Agroecologia e Produção Orgânica (Pnapo) foi criada em 2012, com o objetivo de integrar, articular e adequar as políticas públicas que contribuem para a produção sustentável de alimentos saudáveis e livres de contaminantes químicos, aliando o desenvolvimento rural com a conservação dos recursos naturais e a valorização do conhecimento dos povos e comunidades tradicionais. Este texto apresenta uma análise do processo de construção desta política com base nas percepções dos representantes das diversas instituições do governo e da sociedade civil que participam da sua gestão. Entrevistas semiestruturadas foram realizadas com esses representantes e uma análise de conteúdo foi procedida com base nas transcrições das entrevistas....
Tipo: Anais e Proceedings de eventos Palavras-chave: Brasil; Região Nordeste; Sobral; Semiárido; Deserto alimentar; Construção social; Conhecimento local; Atores sociais; Atores institucionais; Smallholders; Local knowledge; Food Desert; Agricultura Familiar; Desenvolvimento Sustentável; Políticas Públicas; Comunidade Rural; Desenvolvimento Rural; População Rural; Pobreza Rural; Comunicação; Agricultural communications; Rural communities; Family farms; Semiarid soils; Brazil.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1108031
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A Reappraisal of the Role of Agriculture in Economic Growth in Melanesian Countries AgEcon
Fleming, Euan M.; Fleming, Pauline.
Fortunes in the agricultural sectors of four of the largest South Pacific countries are traced in recent decades by estimating the single factoral terms of trade index. The single factoral terms of trade are measured for agriculture in four Melanesian countries-Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu-over the period, 1970 to 2002. This index provides a useful method to assess changes in returns to factors employed in agricultural production in these countries. Except in Solomon Islands, farmers experienced a deteriorating index, indicating that they have reaped progressively lower returns to their resources. In Solomon Islands, returns to resources are shown to have increased slightly. A sustained contribution by the agricultural sector to...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Factoral terms of trade; Melanesia; Smallholders; Total factor productivity; International Development; D24; O12; O47; Q17.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/25715
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Adoption of Transgenic Crops by Smallholder Farmers in Entre Rios, Argentina AgEcon
Paredes, Cecilia; Martin, Marshall A..
This is a study of the adoption of transgenic crops by 120 smallholder farmers interviewed in July 2005 in the communities of San Jose de Feliciano and La Paz in the Entre Rios Province of Argentina. Logistic regression results indicate that access to a planter is essential for smallholders to adopt Bt corn, while adopters of Roundup Ready™ soybeans have larger farms, access to credit, availability of all essential machinery, more years of schooling, and are primarily located in the La Paz community.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Transgenic crops; Technology adoption; Bt corn; Roundup Ready™ soybeans; Biotechnology; Argentina; Smallholders; Farm Management; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/9996
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An Analysis of Scope Economies and Specialisation Efficiencies Among Thai Shrimp and Rice Smallholders AgEcon
Mekhora, Thamrong; Fleming, Euan M..
Smallholders increasingly combine shrimp culture with the more traditional rice enterprise in regions of Thailand suitable for raising shrimps. They can exploit cost complementarities in production by combining activities in these enterprises within their farming systems. At the same time, it makes them more susceptible to on-farm negative externalities between rice and shrimp production, in both directions, causing scope diseconomies. A stochastic input distance model is estimated using data on shrimp and rice production by 52 smallholder households. Results from the estimated model are used to establish whether scope economies or diseconomies exist and whether specialisation in either shrimp or rice production significantly influences technical...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Scope economies; Specialisation efficiencies; Input distance function; Thailand; Smallholders; Technical efficiency; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/12914
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AS INOVAÇÔES TÉCNICAS NA TRANSIÇÂO AGROECOLÒGICA: O CASO DA ASSOCIAÇÂO DOS AGRICULTORES ECOLOGISTAS DE IPÊ E ANTÔNIO PRADO (AECIA) AgEcon
Moura, Luciane D. De; Diesel, Vivien.
A questão da constituição de uma estratégia adequada para a promoção da inovação constitui um dos elementos-chave para os atores sociais comprometidos com os processos de transição agroecológica. Embora do ponto de vista propositivo encontrem-se referências relativamente consolidadas, há pouco conhecimento sobre a configuração que assume o sistema de informação e conhecimento local que sustenta a transição agroecológica em experiências concretas. Nesse sentido, o presente trabalho propõe-se a investigar esta problemática no âmbito de atuação da Associação de Agricultores Ecologistas de Ipê e Antônio Prado (AECIA), no RS, recorrendo a consulta à documentos e outros estudos, observação participante e entrevistas à agentes de ongs e agricultores. Os...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Agricultura sustentável; Agricultura familiar; Inovações; Experimentação participativa; Sustainable agriculture; Smallholders; Innovations; Participatory research; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/107927
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Avaliação da efetividade do programa cisterna a partir da abordagem dos meios de vida. Repositório Alice
FARIAS, J. L. de S.; ALMEIDA, C. de S.; FERNANDES, F. E. P.; ARAUJO, M. R. A. de.
Resumo: Este estudo objetivou analisar a efetividade do Programa Cisternas utilizando abordagens teóricas orientadas aos atores, a partir do desenvolvimento de novas práticas sociais implementadas pelos agricultores beneficiários do Programa para a convivência com o Semiárido brasileiro. Elaborou-se um estudo de caso selecionando a Comunidade Sítios Areias, localizada no município de Sobral (CE). A coleta de dados foi realizada com a aplicação de questionários às famílias beneficiadas pelo Programa. O marco teórico utilizado foi a teoria da Abordagem dos Meios de Vida para caracterizar a efetividade do programa e compreender o processo de mudança social. Constatou-se que o Programa apesar de utilizar os preceitos do paradigma de desenvolvimento sustentável...
Tipo: Anais e Proceedings de eventos Palavras-chave: Tecnologia social; Convivência com semiárido; Sítios Areias; Brasil; Região Nordeste; Programa de Governo; Ceará; Social conditions.; Smallholders; Desenvolvimento comunitário; Desenvolvimento rural; Comunidade rural; Agricultura familiar; Politicas publicas; Pobreza rural; Cisterna; Rural communities; Rural development; Community development; Rural poverty; Brazil..
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1054032
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Breeding objectives and economic values for traits of low input family-based beef cattle production system in the State of Rio Grande do Sul R. Bras. Zootec.
Laske,Carlos Henrique; Teixeira,Bruno Borges Machado; Dionello,Nelson José Laurino; Cardoso,Fernando Flores.
The objectives of this study were to define breeding objectives and derive economic weights for production traits in family-based beef cattle systems, assess the sensitivity of these weights to changes in market and husbandry indicators and estimate the expected genetic changes in the selection criteria proposed. Based on data from the production systems, farms revenues and expenses, obtained from interviews and meetings with producers, a bioeconomic model was derived, relating biological traits of animals with the financial result of the production system based on calf-crop, selling male calves and culling cows for finishing. Traits considered in the model as breeding goals were weaning rate, weaning weight and cow weight. The economic weights, obtained...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Beef cattle; Breeding objectives; Economic weights; Selection; Smallholders.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1516-35982012000200010
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Características e sustentabilidade de sistemas de produção de caprinos leiteiros no Nordeste do Brasil. Repositório Alice
OLIVEIRA, L. S..
Resumo: Objetivou-se caracterizar a diversidade socioeconômica, produtiva e estrutural e avaliar a sustentabilidade nas dimensões econômica, social e ambiental de sistemas de produção de caprinos nas principais regiões produtoras de leite dos estados da Paraíba e de Pernambuco. Foram realizados dois estudos: 1 - Tipologia de sistemas de produção de caprinos leiteiros em região semiárida do Brasil e 2 - Sustentabilidade de sistemas de produção de caprinos leiteiros em região semiárida do Brasil. Os estudos foram realizados em área que abrange as microrregiões do Cariri Ocidental e Oriental da Paraíba, Pajeú, Sertão do Moxotó, Vale do Ipojuca e Vale do Ipanema de Pernambuco. No primeiro estudo, realizou-se a tipologia de 554 propriedades de caprinos...
Tipo: Teses Palavras-chave: Caprinocultura leiteira; Análise multivariada; Sustentabilidade; Tipologia; Região Nordeste; Brasil; MESMIS; Household agriculture; Multivariate analyzes; Sustainability; Typology; Smallholders; Agricultura Familiar; Desenvolvimento Rural; Sistema de Produção; Produção Leiteira; Leite de Cabra; Socioeconomic development; Rural and Agricultural Sociology; Family farms; Economic indicators; Semiarid soils; Brazil.
Ano: 2020 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1123126
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Caracterização dos sistemas de produção e avaliação da qualidade do leite de cabra em unidades de base familiar em Monteiro, Paraíba: estudo de caso. Repositório Alice
MORORÓ, A. M..
Objetivou-se caracterizar o sistema de produção e avaliar a qualidade do leite caprino em unidades de base familiar no semiárido paraibano. Foram realizadas entrevistas individuais, através de questionários sobre as características socioeconômicas do produtor, da propriedade e dos sistemas de produção. Os sistemas de produção foram caracterizados como Melhorado (SM) e Não Melhorado (SNM) considerando critérios como: administração de concentrado, desmame precoce, monta controlada, tipos raciais, adoção de medidas higiênicas na ordenha, controle de mastite e anotações zootécnicas. Para análise da qualidade do leite dentro de cada sistema, foram coletadas amostras das Unidades Produtoras (UP), após as ordenhas matinais diretamente do latão, por três dias...
Tipo: Teses Palavras-chave: Boas Práticas Agropecuárias; Contagem de células somaticas; Contagem total bacteriana; Vigilância Sanitária; Perfil socioeconômico; Semiárido; Indústria Agropecuária; Amily farming; Smallholders; Caprino; Sistema de produção; Leite de cabra; Qualidade; Cabra leiteira; Agricultura familiar; Ordenha; Pequeno produtor; Goats; Somatic cell count; Goat milk; Small farms.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1027521
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Characterization of goat production systems in five states of northeastern Brazil. Repositório Alice
FARIAS, A. E. M. de; ALVES, J. R. A.; ALVES, F. S. F.; PINHEIRO, R. R.; FACCIOLI-MARTINS, P. Y.; LIMA, A. M. C.; AZEVEDO, S. S.; ALVES, J. A..
Abstract: Goat farming is a very important activity contributing to the social and economic development of northeastern (NE) Brazil. The objective of the present study was to characterize the goat farming production system in five of the nine states that constitute the Brazilian NE (Ceará, Paraíba, Piauí, Rio Grande do Norte, and Sergipe). Research was carried out in 230 rural properties located in 62 municipalities of the NE of Brazil, in regions exhibiting a productive arrangement and significant goat population density. An epidemiological questionnaire seeking information on economic, productive, and social aspects of owners/properties was supplied to all properties. The results described the goat farming system in the Brazilian NE as family and...
Tipo: Artigo de periódico Palavras-chave: Brasil; Semiárido; Região Nordeste; Productive characteristics; Características produtivas; Smallholders; Caprinocultura; Sistema de Produção; Produção Animal; Agricultura Familiar; Goats; Animal production; Farming systems; Semiarid zones; Small farms.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1114470
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Commercialization of Smallholders: Is Market Participation Enough? AgEcon
Gebremedhin, Berhanu; Jaleta, Moti.
The literature on commercial transformation of smallholders makes little distinction between market orientation (production decision based on market signals) and market participation (sale of output). However, policy implications to enhance commercial transformation of subsistence agriculture drawn from the analysis of the determinants of household market participation alone could be inadequate, if in fact, the determinants of market orientation and market participation are not the same or not consistent with each other. This paper analyzes the determinants of market orientation and market participation in Ethiopia separately and examines if market orientation translates into market participation. Empirical results show that the determinants of market...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Commercialization; Smallholders; Market orientation; Market participation; Marketing; C21; C24; Q12; Q13.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/96159
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Contract Farming in China: Perspectives of Smallholders AgEcon
Guo, Hongdong; Jolly, Robert W..
This paper explores the current status of contract farming in China by examining data from a survey of Chinese householders. The survey indicates that the actual proportion of householders engaged in contract farming is relatively low and significantly less than the proportion of householders willing to produce under contract. The primary reason for householders not participating in contract farming is the absence of opportunities, particularly for small size farms. Householders identify price stability and market access as the key motivations to participate in contract farming. Middleman and agribusiness firms were the most important organizations for householders to contract with.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Contract farming; China; Smallholders; Agribusiness; Agricultural and Food Policy; Farm Management; Industrial Organization; Institutional and Behavioral Economics; Public Economics.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/50105
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Development domains for Ethiopia: capturing the geographical context of smallholder development options AgEcon
Chamberlin, Jordan; Pender, John L.; Yu, Bingxin.
The choices that smallholder farmers are able to make are strongly conditioned by the geographic conditions in which they live. The importance of this fact for rural development strategy is not lost on policy makers. For example, the government of Ethiopia frequently frames policy discussions by broadly different geographical conditions of moisture availability, recognizing moisture reliable, drought prone and pastoralist areas. These conditions are seen as important criteria for determining the nature, extent and priority of development interventions for different parts of the country. There is considerable evidence, however, that other geographical factors also have important implications for rural development options. This paper uses agroecology, access...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Smallholders; Small farmers; Geographic conditions; Rural development strategies; Development policy; Agro-ecology; Market access; Livelihoods; Population density; International Development.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/55410
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Diversification in Indian Agriculture towards High-Value Crops: The Role of Smallholders AgEcon
Birthal, Pratap Singh; Joshi, P.K.; Roy, Devesh; Thorat, Amit.
Agricultural diversification towards high-value crops can potentially increase farm incomes, especially in a country like India where demand for high-value food products has been increasing more quickly than that for staple crops. Indian agriculture is overwhelmingly dominated by smallholders, and researchers have long debated the ability of a smallholder-dominated subsistence farm economy to diversify into riskier high-value crops. Here, we present evidence that the gradual diversification of Indian agriculture towards high-value crops exhibits a pro-smallholder bias, with smallholders playing a proportionally larger role in the cultivation of vegetables versus fruits. The observed patterns are consistent with simple comparative advantage-based production...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Diversification; Smallholders; High-value agriculture; Crop Production/Industries.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/42372
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Does Land Use Patterns Matter for Bt-Maize: The Case of Maize Farming System in Kenya AgEcon
Muhammad, Lutta; Owuor, George; De Groote, Hugo; Kimenju, Simon Chege.
Population pressures and the need to optimize the use of limited available land has led to increasing cropping affluence levels within the maize agro-ecologies in Kenya, and a shift from large to smallholder intensification and multiple cropping patterns. Using a geographic information system, this study relates cropping patterns, by area share, maize productivity and household incomes across maize agro-ecologies, with the purpose to establish a decision support system for optimizing land allocation and in priority setting for introduction of new technologies such as Bt maize varieties. Results show that land use patterns and maize productivity in maize farming systems differ between agroecological zones. The high potential areas experience high maize...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Land use; Smallholders; Maize production; Food security; Kenya; Crop Production/Industries; Land Economics/Use.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/25609
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Farmers' Taxonomies as a Participatory Diagnostic Tool: Soil Fertility Management in Chihota, Zimbabwe AgEcon
Bellon, Mauricio R.; Gambara, Peter; Gatsi, Tendai; MacHemedze, Timothy E.; Maminimini, Obert; Waddington, Stephen R..
Soil infertility is a major constraint to food production in the communal areas of Zimbabwe. Smallholders in the region recognize the problems of low soil fertility and have devised ways of coping with them. This study describes the use of farmers’ taxonomies of themselves and their soils to identify and understand the options they have, and the constraints they face in managing poor soil fertility in Chihota, a sub-humid communal area of north central Zimbabwe. It is part of an effort by a group of agricultural researchers and extensionists working on improved soil fertility technologies, to better integrate their work with farmers in order to expose the latter to promising technologies, get feedback on the technologies merits and feasibility, and help...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Participatory methods; Soil fertility; Local taxonomies; Smallholders; Zimbabwe; Farm Management; Land Economics/Use.
Ano: 1999 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/7677
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Food Safety Requirements in African Green Bean Exports and Their Impact on Small Farmers AgEcon
Okello, Julius Juma; Narrod, Clare A.; Roy, Devesh.
Many African countries have moved into the production of non-traditional agricultural products, in an effort to diversify their exports and increase foreign currency earnings. However, in order to access developed country markets and urban domestic markets, these products must meet food safety requirements, including protocols relating to pesticide residues, field and pack house operations, and traceability. Faced with stringent food safety requirements, companies that establish production centers in low-income countries might exclude poor farmers, thus negatively impacting the poor. We herein study this issue in the case of the green bean export sectors in three African countries: Ethiopia, Kenya and Zambia. In the short-term, stringent food safety...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: International food safety standards; Smallholders; Supply chains; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety; International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/42362
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Horizontal coordination and free-riding in a group of certified organic crop growers: An empirical study of the Ezemvelo Farmers’ Organization in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa AgEcon
Gadzikwa, Lawrence; Lyne, Michael C.; Hendriks, Sheryl L..
This study investigated the prevalence and determinants of free-riding in the Ezemvelo Farmers’ Organization (EFO), a group of certified organic crop growers in South Africa, using data gathered in a census survey of its 151 partially and fully certified members. The computed free-riding index scores suggested that free-riding posed a serious threat to the group’s collective marketing efforts. Regression analysis showed that members who were male, poorly educated, aware of loopholes in the grading system, and who did not trust the buyer, were more likely to free-ride. In the longer term, the EFO should address institutionalized free-riding by issuing tradable ownership rights. In the short term, it must engage with the packhouse (buyer) to remove flaws in...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Smallholders; Organic crops; Collective marketing; Free-riding; Crop Production/Industries; Industrial Organization.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/57014
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Jatropha cultivation in Malawi and Mozambique: impact on ecosystem services, local human well-being, and poverty alleviation Ecology and Society
von Maltitz, Graham P.; CSIR, South Africa; Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa; gvmalt@csir.co.za; Gasparatos, Alexandros; Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science (IR3S), University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; gasparatos@ir3s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Fabricius, Christo; Sustainability Research Unit, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa; christo.fabricius@nmmu.ac.za; Morris, Abbie; Independent development practitioner, Malawi; Chittock.abbie@gmail.com; Willis, Kathy J.; Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, UK; Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, UK; kathy.willis@zoo.ox.ac.uk.
Jatropha-based biofuels have undergone a rapid boom-and-bust cycle in southern Africa. Despite strong initial support by governments, donors, and the private sector, there is a lack of empirical studies that compare the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of Jatropha’s two dominant modes of production: large plantations and smallholder-based projects. We apply a rapid ecosystem services assessment approach to understand the impact of two Jatropha projects that are still operational despite widespread project collapse across southern Africa: a smallholder-based project (BERL, Malawi) and a large plantation (Niqel, Mozambique). Our study focuses on changes in provisioning ecosystem services such as biofuel feedstock, food, and woodland products...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Biofuels; Ecosystem services; Jatropha; Malawi; Mozambique; Smallholders.
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Jatropha in Mexico: Environmental and Social Impacts of an Incipient Biofuel Program Ecology and Society
Skutsch, Margaret; Centro de Investigaciones en Geografia Ambiental, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; mskutsch@ciga.unam.mx; de los Rios, Emilio; REMBIO, Mexico; emiliodelos@gmail.com; Solis, Silvia; Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; solis.sm@gmail.com; Riegelhaupt, Enrique; REMBIO, Mexico; riegelya@yahoo.com; Hinojosa, Daniel; Centro de Investigaciones en Geografia Ambiental, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; idhinojosaf@gmail.com; Gerfert, Sonya; University of Twente, the Netherlands; s.gerfert@student.utwente.nl; Gao, Yan; Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; yangao98@gmail.com; Masera, Omar; Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; omasera@gmail.com.
Three case studies from Mexico are presented in which the impacts of the recent introduction of jatropha cultivation for biodiesel production are examined. In Chiapas and Michoacan, local social and environmental impacts were assessed using interviews with key informants and questionnaires directed at three groups of stakeholders: jatropha cultivators, farmers in the same areas who are not cultivating jatropha, and laborers on jatropha farms. Results show that the farmers are primarily motivated to participate by the subsidies offered in a government program in the first 2 years, rather than any proven economic benefit. Our farm budget study indicated that profits would be marginal for these farmers. However, no cases of land alienation were involved, and...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Biodiesel; Carbon balance; Estates; Smallholders; Sustainability.
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