6 Results for 'Wibberley, J.'

PO – PEER RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE IN AGRICULTURE VIA ‘CARAS’ (THE UK COUNCIL FOR AWARDS OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES)

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PO – PEER RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE IN AGRICULTURE VIA ‘CARAS’ (THE UK COUNCIL FOR AWARDS OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES)

Both political extremes of stifling communist control and unregulated extreme greed capitalism have proved unsustainable. This paper argues that the arts of management should be applied, rather than leaving farmers to drown in a tsunami of liberalisation, exacerbated by Trade ...Read More

NPR – Managing Towards Fairer International Agricultural Trading (FIAT) (p294-306)

Integral Farm-Household management involves learning and adopting appropriate resourceusing techniques both on farmland and in the associated households. Significantly, as elsewhere among longstanding rural communities, in rural Africa there is no separation between home and work; both environments merge. Typically, ...Read More

PR – Integral Household Management For Food Security And Sustainable Livelihoods In Uganda

This paper reviews the economic plight of hill farming with particular reference to the uplands of SW England. This is only mitigated by the fact that hill farmers typically do not over-borrow according to this research – perhaps constrained by ...Read More

PR – Integral Management: Livestock, Landscapes & Livelihoods In The South West English Uplands

Sub-Saharan Africans are often frustrated by bad news emanating from their continent, including mismanagement stories and prognoses of agricultural failure. While acknowledging the huge challenges facing Africa, this Paper (widely illustrated from several African countries) seeks to identify key factors ...Read More

AP – Vibrant Agricultural Management Messages From Africa

There is general agreement that sustainable management is needed to regulate social behaviour for civil society and environmental management for such global issues as climate change and the oceans. Uniquely, markets are assumed by current World Trade Organisation philosophy and ...Read More