Landscapes Are Frequently Seen As Fragments Of Natural Habitat Surrounded By A Sea Of Agriculture But Recent Ecological Theory Shows That The Nature Of These Fragments Is Not Nearly As Important For Conservation As Is The Nature Of The Matrix Of Agriculture That Surrounds Them Local Extinctions From Conservation Fragments Are Inevitable And Must Be Balanced By Migrations If Massive Extinction Is To Be Avoided High Migration Rates Only Occur In What The Authors Refer To As High Quality Matrices, Which Are Created By Alternative Agroecological Techniques, As Opposed To The Industrial Monocultural Model Of Agriculture The Authors Argue That The Only Way To Promote Such High Quality Matrices Is To Work With Rural Social Movements Their Ideas Are At Odds With The Major Trends Of Some Of The Large Conservation Organizations That Emphasize Targeted Land Purchases Of Protected Areas They Argue That Recent Advances In Ecological Research Make Such A General Approach Anachronistic And Call, Rather, For Solidarity With The Small Farmers Around The World Who Are Currently Struggling To Attain Food SovereigntyNature S Matrix Proposes A Radically New Approach To The Conservation Of Biodiversity Based On Recent Advances In The Science Of Ecology Plus Political Realities, Particularly In The World S Tropical Regions
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- 242 pages
- Nature's Matrix: Linking Agriculture, Conservation and Food Sovereignty
- Ivette Perfecto
- 25 September 2018 Ivette Perfecto