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Banking for the future: savings, security and seeds: a short study of community seed banks in Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Honduras, India, Nepal, Thailand, Zambia and ZimbabweDevelopment Fund, Norway, 2011The aim of seed banks is to increase food security and contribute to the continued utilisation of locally important genetic diversity. This paper is sought to document the experiences of community seed banks (CSBs) in a number of developing countries. The paper concludes that:OrganisationThe Journal of Agriculture and Environment is devoted to the cause of advancing understanding on the various aspects of Agriculture, Farming Systems and Environment through literature review, theoretiDocumentDevelopment Fund, Norway, 2008Nepal faces myriads of environmental challenges as the country steadily industrialised and urbanised these challenges continue to grow both in size and complexity. This paper reviews the trends and activities of environmental organisations in Nepal, reflecting the weaknesses and constrains that they face. The main findings of the paper are:Document
Participatory biodiversity conservation in the South Asia region : proceedings of Regional Networking Seminar and Second General Assembly : February 2001, Kathmandu, NepalNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2001This report documents the keynote presentations of the South Asian Participatory Biodiversity Conservation Forum in February 2001, Kathmandu, Nepal.The themes of the working papers include:participatory biodiversity conservation in the traditional farming systems of Kerala, southern Indiabiodiversity resource management in Bangladesh with special emphasis on ricelandscape biodivDocumentNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2003The present study draws on research and field experience in social forestry in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka since the mid 90s. It focuses on some of the major issues in relation to popular thinking about the theory of social forestry development in South Asia, including deforestation, community participation and appropriate forest policy.