Integrating Landscapes: Agroforestry for Biodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty

Integrating Landscapes: Agroforestry for Biodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty

Montagnini, Florencia

Springer International Publishing AG





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Part I. Agroforestry Challenges and Alternatives.- Chapter 1. Introduction: Challenges and Achievements in Agroforestry in the New Millennium.- Chapter 2. The Contribution of Agroforestry to Sustainable Development Goal 2: End Hunger, Achieve Food Security and Improved Nutrition, and Promote Sustainable Agriculture.- Chapter 3. Food Security and Nutrition. Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA) Highlights of a Decade (2011-2021 series).- Chapter 4. Neglected and Underutilized Species: Promoting Nutritionally Valuable Crops in Organic Agroforestry Systems.- Chapter 5. Tropical Dry Forests in Multi-functional Landscapes: Agroforestry Systems for Conservation and Livelihoods.- Chapter 6. Resilience Management at Landscape Level: Fostering Mitigation and Adaptations to Global Change Based on Forest Socio-Ecosystems.- Chapter 7. Agroforestry for the Northeastern United States: Research, Practice, and Possibilities.- Chapter 8. Research and Development of Specialty Crops for Agroforestry Systems in the Midwest: The Long Haul for Small Farm Sustainability.- Part II. From Subsistence to Market Oriented Agroforestry Systems.- Chapter 9. Socioeconomics of Agroforestry for Coffee Production. Economic and Environmental Implications.- Chapter 10. Organic Yerba Mate, Ilex Paraguariensis, in Association with Native Tree Species Promoting Livelihoods, Valuable Wood, and Carbon Sinks.- Chapter 11. Lessons Learned from Developing Supply Chains Based on Indigenous Agroforestry and Community Forestry in Napo, Ecuador.- Chapter 12. Small-Scale Acai in the Global Market: Adding Value to Ensure Sustained Income for Forest Farmers in the Amazon Estuary.- Chapter 13. Indigenous Successional Agroforestry: Integrating the Old and New to Address Food Insecurity and Deforestation.- Chapter 14. Mimicking Nature: A Review of Successional Agroforestry Systems as an Analogue to Natural Regeneration of Secondary Forest Stands.- Chapter 15. Ecological Indigenous (EIK) and Scientific (ESK) Knowledge Integration as a Tool for Sustainable Development in Indigenous Communities. Experience in Misiones, Argentina.- Chapter 16. Fuel Alternatives for Developing Countries.- Chapter 17. The Contribution of Agroforestry to Biodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty in Ghana.- Chapter 18. The Role of Homegardens in Smallholder Livelihood Resilience and Food Sovereignty: Profile of a Sri Lankan Village.- Part III. Environmental Services in Multifunctional Landscapes.- Chapter 19. Agroforestry Systems as Biodiversity Islands in Productive Landscapes.- Chapter 20. Enhancing Biodiversity in Neotropical Silvopastoral Systems: Use of Indigenous Trees and Palms.- Chapter 21. Intensive Silvopastoral Systems: Economics and Contribution to Climate Change Mitigation and Public Policies.- Chapter 22. Trees on Farms for Livelihoods, Conservation of Biodiversity and Carbon Storage: Evidence from Nicaragua on This "Invisible" Resource.- Chapter 23. Perennial Staple Crops and Agroforestry for Climate Change Mitigation.- Chapter 24. Carbon Storage in Silvopastoral Systems and Other Land Uses, Argentina.- Chapter 25. Conclusions: Agroforestry for Biodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty: Lessons Learned and Pending Challenges.
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Agroforestry Research;Agroforestry Systems;Biodiversity Conservation;Financial Benefits of Agroforestry;Indigenous Knowledge;Integrated Landscape Management;Payment for Environmental Services;SDG2;Zero Hunger