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Alguaxil, Auga. Alibi, Alibi forant. Alibouroun, Aliboufier, Alidade. Aligner s'. Alignole, Altlade, Aiment. Alile, ce. Ali dada. Alingeat, ada. Aliquota, Aliechat, ada, Alichar. Allemand, ande. Aller s'en. Alliaire, Alliance. Allea, AUeia. Alleougeat, ada. ALleougear, AUegoria. Alegre, egra, Alegrament. Anat , anada. Alemand, anda. Alemagna, Alemanda.

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Aspirant , anta. A8S Assai lant. Assashin , ine. Assassine, ce. Asservi , ie. Assidu , ne. Assistant, ante. Tags :. Theme : Sustainable development and Societies Support : Book. Sarah Vanuxem en expose ici une autre vision : une conception « a-moderne », qui ne repose pas sur la division entre des choses-objets et des personnes-sujets.

At a time when coral reefs are among the most threatened ecosystems on the planet ; faced with human activities, global warming and ocean acidification; it is now imperative to preserve this exceptional environmental and cultural heritage site, wich has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Bringing together researchers from various disciplines natural sciences, humanities and social sciences and conservation stakeholders, this book features the most advanced knowledge on New Caledonian reefs and lagoons.

It provides an understanding of the extraordinary diversity of these environments in connection with the history of the marine environment, as well as the complexity of the relationships between the various organisms that make them up. It also emphasizes how these ecosystems provide people whith essential resources that serve as some of the foundations of the Kanak culture. Lastly, the resilience of these highly vulnerable environments to global environmental change is questioned and the measures implemented to protect them are presented.

Beyond that, it will raise awareness among the general public about the challenges involved in conserving biodiversity, the environment and cultures. Katz et M. Through more than emblematic examples of successful research in partnership, this book explores the heart of a range of major development issues: working for fairer societies, fighting against diseases, coping with natural risks, implementing sustainable agriculture, guaranteeing food security, preserving biodiversity, and sharing knowledge.

It demonstrates how research contributes to improving living conditions and preserving the environment in developing countries, highlighting the role of science in meeting the challenges of the world both today and in the future. Composed of short, richly illustrated and educative texts, it is intended for all audiences. We witness the emergence of new or restructured organizations to steer public research or promote innovation, new programmatic directions within these organizations, increased funding dedicated to research in academic settings, and new domestic and international partnerships and collaborations.

A multiplicity of organizations and funding sources have appeared, creating a complex web where resources circulate along with knowledge in ways that are reshaping research systems in the South. These cases document the building of scientific capacity and the broader use of results from scientific research and presents lessons for public policy. A large variety of case studies of specific research organizations and comparative analysis of the wider research system are presented in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Que nenni! Un vrai bonheur pour les gourmets. Therefore, the understanding of their ecological behavior and the characterization of lagoon health indicators have attained importance. This book provides information of the ecological behavior, water quality indicators, and details of microorganisms and plankton, which due to their short life cycles and their high reactivity to environmental conditions are good indicators of ecological changes.

The equilibria of benthic and pelagic compartments and their interaction are other important elements in this shallow environment. The nature, magnitude and effects of human-related activities also have been considered in order to understand the possible evolution of the ecosystem's behavior to evaluate its capacity for resilience and gives some hints on rehabilitation actions. Quelle politique agricole commune demain? Considered as one of the main factors in erosion of the biodiversity, land take describes the global reduction in the proportion of land allocated to farming and forestry or to natural spaces.

This work identifies the decisive economic and social factors in land take and its impact on the environment and agriculture. It highlights the specific problems associated with this phenomenon. Theme : Agriculture Animal husbandry Fishing Support :. Comment produire durablement des aliments sains? The authors of the chapters are humanities and social science specialists from Africa, Latin America and Asia who conduct research in these regions.

The french version of this book, Manger en ville, is available on our website. Creating a balance between these potentially competing priorities has been the subject of intense societal and scientific debate in recent years, which has prompted us to examine all aspects of these issues in greater depth.

Agroecology could be one of the solutions to meet the future challenges of humanity. To meet the food and economic needs of growing rural and urban communities, fulfil increasingly demanding consumer requirements, conserve natural resources and adapt to climate change, we have to find new ways of agricultural production.

Over the last decade, CIRAD and AFD have conducted experiments in agroecological transitions with farmers, researchers, development agents and policymakers in many countries of the Global South. In this book, they reflect on the future of agroecology as a way for agriculture in the developing world to adapt to global changes and they examine the conditions necessary for a successful agroecological transition.

Theme : Sustainable development and Societies Support :. Quelles formes prennent ces biofilms, et quels microbes y trouve-t-on? Bossa, S. Salack et M. Climatiser le monde Author s : Stefan C. Comment trouvent-ils leur nourriture? The future of grassland farming in Europe is in the hands of young farmers. Compared to other topics, grassland management has often been a weak point of teaching delivered by agricultural technical schools in several European countries.

The training of future farmers and advisors could thus be significantly improved, which could lead to better grassland management in the medium and long terms. For this reason, the European project Inno4Grass created a syllabus and a set of PowerPoint presentations on practical grassland management for current and future generations of grassland farmers and advisors.

Eighty researchers drew up an assessment and proposed research avenues for agroecology. This book summarizes their main conclusions Agroecology, as a scientific discipline that puts ecology back at the centre of agricultural system design, is now well established.

Diversification of living organisms in agroecosystems is a broad objective that is intended to make these systems more robust and resilient. Research in genetics and landscape ecology must be mobilized so that agroecology can use mechanisms from the field to landscape scales. Progress is being made in modelling agroecological systems to better understand the many biotic and abiotic interactions, to predict them, and to begin to manage some of them.

Diversification of living organisms in agricultural production species, varieties, crop rotations, etc. The consequences will be significant on the commodity chains, and more precisely on agri-food systems, from production methods to product consumption. These changes are long-term. Peut-on se passer du cuivre en protection des cultures biologiques? The use of copper is subject to increasing regulatory restrictions in Europe due to its adverse effects on the environment.

Therefore, any bivalve collected in marine near shore in West Africa is most likely to be covered. Deep sea species those normally collected below m depth, an additional species are listed but not treated. The book is profusely illustrated over colour and greyscale photographs, stippled drawings, an average of 12 views per species so as to be accessible to the non-specialist as well.

In the headings for each family, generic descriptions are illustrated with thumbnails of the included species, so as to serve as a visual orientation. Morphological terms used in descriptions are explained in a Glossary. Savez-vous que la femelle crocodile surveille son nid comme ses lointains parents les dinosaures?

Que les hippocampes, comme les kangourous, abritent et nourrissent leurs jeunes dans une poche ventrale? Mais les champignons restent de grands inconnus. Le paysage semble contenir « tous les visibles de tous les voyants » Merleau-Ponty. They also have an impact on research funding and management and the way research is evaluated and monitored. This book deals with the business of doing research in Europe's public research and development organisations, with a particular focus on their strategic management challenges.

Quels en sont les divers promoteurs? Quelles en sont les formes contemporaines, agricoles mais aussi sociales? Utilisez donc votre nez! Comment le message olfactif voyage-t-il dans le cerveau? Quel fut le premier parfum moderne? Comment naissent, vivent et meurent ces ogresses? Nous en consommons tous, souvent sans le savoir.

Comment vivent-elles? Et pourtant pourrait-on imaginer notre monde sans elles? Pourquoi est-il difficile, mais pas impossible, de maigrir durablement? La concertation est-elle rentable? Que peut-on, ou ne peut-on pas en attendre? Il arrive ainsi que les chercheurs les plus novateurs soient violemment combattus par leur propre institution. Under societal pressure, public authorities are encouraging the agricultural sector to develop more sustainable production methods that are not as dependent on herbicide use.

This collective work explores ways of controlling and regulating weed that integrate all environmental issues. It presents the current knowledge of weed biology, diversity of management techniques and natural processes of regulation. The book is divided into three parts: Part 1 reviews basic knowledge of weed science, Part 2 depicts sustainable weed management practices, and Part 3 offers case studies of weed management.

This is one of the strengths of this book. It is designed for students and teachers in the agricultural sector, as well as farmers and those who prescribe agricultural development, who will be able to find a range of helpful information on weed management for daily use. Cancer, quels risques? This book describes under which circumstances, at what doses and for what duration certain everyday products and behaviors increase the risk.

It gives practical advice for assuming a proactive role in our health and preventing certain cancers. This has been defined mainly by their appearance onhistorical maps and by ecological criteria dating back to certain temporalcut-off points about two centuries. Inherited over hundreds, even thousands,of years of interaction between Man and Nature, these ancient forests have beenmanaged and shaped by past societies to meet their various needs, both domesticand industrial.

Also, studying the historical trajectories of such forests,their responses to environmental and anthropogenic stress, and the long-termconsequences of past human activities, is essential in order to betterunderstand their current ecology and rethink their conservation. Thedevelopment of pluridisciplinary and interdisciplinary research ecology,paleoecology, history, archaeology, geography, sociology now makes it possiblenot only to push back the hitherto accepted thresholds of ancientness, but inparticular to understand old forests in their entirety and complexity over thelonger term.

This book, comprising both theoretical andmethodological contributions along with case studies, reflects the diversity ofcurrent approaches and thinking and promotes interdisciplinarity as the onlyroute to a comprehensive understanding of ancient forests as natural andcultural assets.

Theme : Biodiversity Environment Support :. In the agricultural and food sectors, innovation is characterized not only by specificities arising from its relationship to nature, but also from the wide diversity of its stakeholders, ranging from farmers to consumers, and including intermediaries such as the research community and advisory services. Innovation emerges from interactions between these actors, who mobilize resources and produce knowledge in collaborative mechanisms in orderto generate changes.

It encompasses domains as varied as production practices, market organization, and eating habits. Innovation is closely tied to major development challenges in its various forms: agroecological innovation, social innovation, territorial innovation, etc. This book casts a look atinnovation in agricultural and food systems. It focuses in particular on supporting innovation, by examining methods and organizations, and on evaluating innovation using different yardsticks.

The book is based on reflections and research originating from various scientific disciplines, on fieldwork carried out both in France and in many countries of the Global South, and finally on the experiences gained by accompanying and supporting innovative actors. It combines theoretical contributions on innovation with iconic case studies to illustrate its observations and discussions. This book is intended for teachers, professionals, students, and researchers. Et il y a de quoi!

So far, thirty-five fascicles have been published on families of angiosperms and Gnetaceae. Ce sont des poissons. Ont-ils une histoire de vie? Les antibiotiques, c'est la panique! Tags : aquaculture - fish - fish farming - health - plant pathology - prevention. They point out a diversity of pathways of change and highlight the fact that we are entering a period of great uncertainty and instability. Tags : agriculture - food - food security.

Faut-il en avoir peur? Les encenser ou les boycotter? It has a major disruptive effect on aquatic ecosystems and an impact on assets and associated services, human health and economic activities. This book sets out the available scientific knowledge on this phenomenon. It identifies existing levers for action and the national and international provisions introduced to monitor and combat eutrophication. Tags : alga - ecology - ecosystem - environment - freshwater - health - natural risk - sea - seawater - toxicity.

Tags : bird - ecology - ecosystem - ethology - human activity - migration - stress. Notre air est-il respirable? Quoi de neuf sur le sommeil? Tags : ecology - erosion - flood - mountain - natural risk - sediment - vegetation - watershed. Tags : agriculture - bee - biology - ecology - insect - plant production - reproduction.

Tags : agriculture - agroalimentaire - agronomy - economics - Europe - food - food security - learning. It is based on simple morphological criteria that can be used in the field. It is designed for naturalists and any professional likely to be involved in taking inventories or monitoring populations of amphibians. Tags : biodiversity - biology - environment - fauna. This work shows how assessing the ability of farmers to adapt to the constraints of conservation can identify the various players, activities and territories to be taken into account to design an integrated and sustainable arrangement for agri-forest spaces.

Tags : agriculture - environment - farmer - forest - land settlement - Madagascar. Has science finally unveiled the mystery of these athletes? Will this book tell us why these guys are so good at long distance running? Well, in part it will, yes. It is important to remind ourselves that so far, and despite decades of research, no study in the life sciences has ever provided evidence of any sort of biological otherness among the populations of Kenya and Ethiopia which produce the best athletes in the world of middle and long distance running.

Tags : behaviour - biodiversity - biology - ecology - fauna - reproduction - zootechnics. Que serions-nous sans eux? Tags : bacteria - biology - contamination - environment - food security - health - hygiene - microbiology. This book compares situations in Brazil and France in considering the institutional, historical, economic and social aspects of water management. Tags : drinking water - economics - water.

Through the theory of evolution and its appropriation by the public, the book raises the issue of scientificity criteria. Tags : evolution - research. We must still think a demand of research in tune with what scientists are expecting, particularly in the evaluation and exploitation of their results. The book gives a large part to the talk of scientists, which we gathered and analysed. It opens the way to better understand the conditions under which interdisciplinary research in environment climate, biodiversity, energy, pollution It also demonstrates that there can be no success of an interdisciplinary project without compatibility and complementarity of the postures of the actors involved.

It interests the scientists involved in interdisciplinary projects, who will find material to put into perspective their activity, research managers, territorial managers, politicians, NGOs, students, young researchers, who will discover testimonies of precursors impassioned by the interdisciplinary adventure.

Tags : biodiversity - climate - environment - public policy - research. Climate change is expected to play an even greater role in world agriculture. This book brings together all of the available knowledge on cassava and highlights the agronomic and commercial issues surrounding this crop. It presents an overview of cassava production worldwide, covering all of the various aspects of the plant botany, genetics , as well as its main forms of cultivation, its diseases and pests.

It describes how to use, consume and process cassava. Tags : agronomy - animal husbandry - biology - botany - climate - consumer - cropping system - economic development - food - food security - market - plant pathology - plant production - soil - trade.

Tags : alga - consumer - contamination - health - natural risk - sea - shellfish - toxicology. Tags : agriculture - biotechnology - economic development - economics - farmer - food security - history - public policy - research - rural development. What are the varieties and modes of ignorance, and why is it so essential to take these into account when debating environmental and health issues?

This book covers the various forms and the dynamics of ignorance, the return to vogue of controversy and the influence of what are known as conspiracy theories. The author sets out his analysis using many widely-debated examples, such as endocrine disruptors, toxicity of chlorine, smoking, etc. Tags : climate - environment - ethics - expertise - information system - philosophy.

It combines the main technical characteristics of tropical species and 17 species from temperate regions most commonly used in Europe with their primary uses. Tags : Africa - Asia - forest - Latin America - tree - tropic - wood.

It examines the matter from the point of view of the human and social sciences, in particular that of environmental geography. Tags : dam - ecology - geography - land management - land settlement - landscape - water resources - watercourse. Indeed, the changes in temperature and precipitations already operating and that should become more marked will have serious effects on agricultural production and water resources in this part of Africa in the near future.

Urgent measures must be taken to conserve these ecosystems particularly with regard to fishes, which represent an especially rich and diverse evolutionary heritage Tags : behaviour - bird - fauna. Le temps des robots est-il venu? That is what Bill Gates is predicting for the not-too-distant future! But where exactly do they come from, these robots which are increasingly beginning to play a role in our daily lives?

Housework, transport, leisure, care Do they perform better than humans? Employment, security, human relations And looking into the future, just how far will they go? All questions for which this book has answers, based on interviews with renowned roboticists and computer scientists Tags : consumer - health - technology. La question peut surprendre. Tags : climate - environment - landscape - pollution - sociology - sustainable development - waste.

Tell me all about Anura Discover the outstanding morphology and behavioural techniques which these amphibians use to eat, breathe, move, hide, help their offspring or optimize their chances of survival. Follow the various phases of their love lives, an astonishing saga that is at once both hilarious and tragic.

Through her patient observations, the author shares with us the unusual beauty of these creatures which represent symbols and beliefs. Tags : behaviour - biology - fauna - reproduction. Ensuring ecological balance as formidable predators, spiders form an essential link in the food chain. And are they truly dangerous for us humans? Taking an approach that is at one and the same time both scientific and artistic, this finely illustrated work comes up with some beautiful portraits of spiders.

Tags : behaviour - biodiversity - biology - fauna - insect. What is known about them? How many species are there around the world? How do they live? How do they reproduce? Why do they come back to lay their eggs on the very beach where they were born? How do they manage to get back there? Through richly illustrated questions, interspersed with a variety of historical and literary anecdotes, this guidebook invites you to learn a little more about the mysterious lives of these tireless wanderers!

Tags : biodiversity - biology - fauna - sea. A critical analysis of each of these objectives, their interactions as well as the contradictions inherent in them. Tags : biodiversity - biotechnology - economic development - environment - equipment - fauna - fish - fishing - fishing boat - fishing technique - flora - food chain - food security - halieutic resources - health - industry - nanotechnology - nutrition - oc.

This book provides for the first time a comprehensive overview of environmental pollutants and their effects on human health. Their visible health consequences, but also the unseen ones, are presented with great clarity. By providing specific examples of how the risks posed by some of these products are managed, it highlights the very different ways in which our society deals with health threats.

Tags : climate - contamination - epidemiology - health - learning - natural risk - pesticide - pollution - toxicity - toxicology - water. But what if the opposite was true? The author suggests that scientists familiarise themselves with the scientific extension concepts and tools to avoid envisaging their research further without discussion moments with society. Tags : labour - research. A journalist doctor and an environmental and health researcher supply the keys to achieve this and offer practical and simple advice on how to protect yourself.

Tags : biology - consumer - environment - health - pollution - prevention. Who is to blame? Who are they? What mechanisms do they use to achieve this damage? What are the risks, challenges and costs involved? This little book will reveal all. Tags : contamination - ecology - economic impact - erosion - food security - health - pollution - sustainable development - toxicity. It is an entire critique of conventional economic theories that is expressed and a renewal of social sciences thinking that is taking place.

Elinor Ostrom developed an alternative path to the State and the market in her work and experiences; this targeted desirable trajectories for the social and ecological systems. Tags : Africa - biodiversity - economics - environment - ethics - human activity - market - public policy - research - sustainable development - water - water resources. What are these exotic invasive species?

How did they arrive among us and what happens when they are here? Do we know whether these invasive species can also constitute resources for other species and even be beneficial to human activities? In the style of a captivating survey using many examples, this book provides access to all the scientific explanations on these invasion phenomena.

Tags : alga - biodiversity - bird - ecology - ecosystem - environment - fauna - natural risk. Deforestation, agriculture, developments of water courses and wetlands and introductions of species have created artificial environments, managed for our varied uses. Up to what point can we control the dynamics of this nature, subject to a variety of constraints such as new agricultural practices, urbanisation and global warming?

Is not the biodiversity governed as much by the expectation of citizens as by scientific ecology? Tags : biodiversity - biology - ecology - economics - erosion - fauna - flora - France - human activity - land management - land settlement - sea - water. To help foresters maintain the forest biodiversity and ensure they can adapt to these changes, this guide offers a set of practices based on updated knowledge of scientists and forest experts. Tags : biodiversity - ecology - forest - plantation - soil - wetland - wood.

Les plantes? How can sap rise to the top of a tree? Is the daisy a flower? Can you make clothes with plants? Why do we no longer eat wild plants? Is global warming going to make plants disappear? This book proposes seventy questions through which we can rediscover plants with delight. Tags : biodiversity - biology - flora - fruit - plant production - tree. L'homme peut-il accepter ses limites? Are we going to be able to react in time? In the continuity of the work "Can man adapt to himself? Among the main resistance factors, biological factors are considered in the same light as demographic, economic, social and psychological conditions.

The positioning of the human species in its ecosystems is the question raised. Tags : biodiversity - climate - CO2 - demography - economic development - ecosystem - environment - ethology - human activity - pollution - sea - sustainable development - trace element - waste. Et si on mangeait local? Helped by food crises, today's consumers want to know where their food comes from and how it has been produced.

The book answers clearly practical questions raised - where can I find these products? Are they more expensive, do they taste better? What is the difference between an AMAP association supporting small farming and a farm shop? What is the environmental impact?

Consult Nicolas Hulot's foreword Tags : agriculture - consumer - economic development - economics - environment - farmer - food - market - rural development - sustainable development - terroir. This book lists a selection of international geological sites, some of them famous, others more unexpected, all surprising, which illustrate the main specialities of Earth sciences. Tags : erosion - geography - geology - history - landscape - national park - Travel.

Tags : animal husbandry - food - food security - health - hygiene - nutrition - public policy - quality. A combination of science and naturalist or historical anecdotes, it takes you deep into this small world, from gardens and wastelands to our living quarters.

As both a common natural heritage to be saved and a nuisance they can sometimes be unbearable, you will never be indifferent to urban insects again! Tags : bee - ecology - insect - land management - vegetation. How are oysters farmed? How is the quality monitored?

How do you eat them? Tags : animal husbandry - consumer - contamination - food - halieutic resources - history - nutrition - oyster - quality - shellfish. How can you tell if an egg is fresh? Are eggs a fatty food? Is powdered egg still really egg? What do the codes mean on shop-bought eggs? Learn about egg biology and physiology, their nutritional properties, industrial egg production and processing eggs into other products or for non-food use.

The book also gives storage and consumption advice along with tips on rearing your own hens for those that dream of having their own henhouse. Some myths about eggs are busted too. Tags : animal husbandry - animal production - biology - consumer - food - health - nutrition - poultry - protein - quality. This dependency is said to rise globally and reach extreme levels, particularly under increased climate change.

This publication examines the future of the agricultural and food systems in these regions circa , using various scenarios arising out of demand for food supply. Tags : Africa - climate - consumer - economic development - economics - food - food security. Throughout our lives, viruses regularly cross our paths.

Others such as the Zika virus, H1N1 and Ebola hit the news headlines. Tags : contamination - health - poultry - virus. Every year, they face a life or death question about choice and moving to a new hive. Thomas D. Read about this participatory democracy at work and how it contributes to the prosperity of the species. Tags : bee - behaviour - biology - insect. Tags : biology - conservation technique - consumer - food - food security - health - nutrition - quality.

Encore carnivores demain? Tags : agriculture - animal husbandry - animal production - carnivore - ethics - food - food security - nutrition - vegan. Il constitue une base de travail pour identifier des questions de recherche, en relation avec les initiatives des gouvernements locaux urbains, au Nord et au Sud. Tags : economic development - Europe - food - history - market - public policy - research - urbain - ville. Special attention is paid to high-end products Champagne, Cognac , wine and cooking, wine-producing countries, wine consumption around the world and in France and the health benefits of wine.

Tags : climate - contamination - oenology - plant production - soil - terroir - wine. This book analyses this transformation by assessing water quality, human pressure on water courses and the effectiveness of measures taken to remedy the situation. It takes an interdisciplinary look from the perspective of the environment, technology and society to shed light on the relationship that four European cities Berlin, Brussels, Milan and Paris have with their rivers and their transformations since the 19th century.

Tags : contamination - environment - Europe - fish - France - human activity - hydrology - land settlement - pollution - water - water resources - watercourse. What does local management of resources mean? What specific characteristics and opportunities does local organisation offer for agricultural production, sector regulation and services?

How are local public policies conceived and applied? What methods and tools are used for local development? This book presents a whole range of studies illustrating how stakeholders, levels and areas of intervention and mechanisms interact in the development of rural areas in Southern countries. Tags : Africa - agriculture - agronomy - animal husbandry - economic development - environment - forest - land settlement - Latin America - rural development - sustainable development - water - water resources.

It is based on approaches not well-known in France such as international political economy and ecological economy. It studies agricultural processing in terms of ecology, history and geopolitics and traces specific aspects of agriculture and food in the 21st century. Lastly, it proposes theoretical approaches with a view to renewing the agricultural economy. Tags : agriculture - agronomy - animal husbandry - bovine - economic development - economic impact - economics - food - food security - health - market - milk - public policy - regulation - sustainable development - trade.

Strategies are offered to reconcile the various quality requirements and overcome the contradictions regarding better sustainability. Tags : agriculture - cereal - consumer - contamination - environment - nutrition - plant production - protein - quality - sustainable development. It addresses a variety of topics such as tilling techniques, fertilisation, plant protection and animal health, plant and animal breeding, animal husbandry and the selection of agricultural equipment; an up-close look at over agricultural practices divided into 15 categories.

Tags : agriculture - agronomy - animal husbandry - animal production - breeding - cropping system - effluent - environment - farm machinery - farmer - fertilization - genetics - land management - nitrogen - phytosanitary control - plant production - soil -.

Its aim is to give gardeners a great many practical tips to get the most out of their gardens. At the end of the book, readers will find a table listing problems and solutions, addresses of suppliers of beneficial organisms, nesting boxes and shelters and an index of the animals and plants mentioned.

Tags : biological control - entomology - environment - insect - plant pathology - plant production. Today, agro-ecological crop protection methods such as biological control are recommended. This work, a veritable handbook, features 22 references describing the major groups of arthropods: pests and natural enemies predators and parasitoids.

The bio-ecology of these groups and the means at our disposal to control pests are detailed along with many photographs. Tags : agriculture - biological control - biology - cropping system - entomology - insect - parasite - plant pathology - tropic. It sifts through the most recent studies and deconstructs many of the myths about diet, physical activity, the brain, pain, depression Tags : biology - dietetics - food - health.

Timber industry operators, producers and consumers alike, are the main users. This atlas serves as an educational reference tool for teaching and training in the area of forestry and tropical timber. It describes the current body of knowledge on the functioning of the fluvial-estuary Loire River system, the effects of human activities and efforts made to maintain a lasting balance.

Tags : biodiversity - climate - ecology - ecosystem - environment - estuary - fauna - fish - foresight - freshwater - hydrology - land settlement - plankton - seawater - water resources - watercourse - watershed. This book gives readers insight into the bio-geochemical processes involved in recycling organic waste and the products derived therefrom.

It offers solutions for various social, economic and cultural contexts, North and South. Tags : Africa - agriculture - agronomy - contamination - cropping system - environment - farmer - fertilization - fertilizer - Madagascar - pollution - recycling - regulation - soil - spreading - sustainable development - waste.

The authors reveal, step by step, the process leading up to the creation of the GreenLab model and the conditions under which it can now be applied. This book will be available in print and PDF format in June The issue is viewed from a number of different angles within the realm of social sciences management, economics, sociology, anthropology and philosophy.

What is the path that this transition could or should take? Tags : agriculture - agronomy - consumer - cropping system - economics - food - quality - sustainable development. Alerte aux moustiques? It is the outcome of work by academic researchers on both sides of the Mediterranean and provides a remarkable scientific review of the mechanisms of climate change and its impacts on the environment, the economy, health and Mediterranean societies.

Reflecting the full complexity of the Mediterranean environment, the book is a major scientific contribution to the climate issue, where various scientific considerations converge to break down the boundaries between disciplines. The preface, introductory pages, chapter summaries and conclusion are published in two languages: French and English. EURAGRI works as a platform of exchange and discussion on topics of common interest pertaining to the organisation, orientation and outlook of agri-food research in Europe in connection with global changes.

Tags : agriculture - decision support - economics - fishing - food - forest - rural development - silviculture. Oui et non. Ce livre vient combler cette lacune. Tags : alga - crustacean - fish - fisherman - fishing - fishing technique - food - halieutic resources - history - human activity - mollusca - sea - sea product.

It underscores the importance of sustainable land management among global challenges and identifies possible levers of action. Tags : agronomy - biodiversity - climate - ecology - ecosystem - environment - food security - public policy - soil - sustainable development. We are being hit hard by the emergence or reemergence of a great many infectious diseases. What is the cause of this phenomenon? Could our modern lifestyle have something to do with it?

In the light of the major epidemics that humanity has faced to date, what should we be preparing for in the future? What weapons do we have to protect ourselves? What is research doing? This book provides clear answers to many very specific questions, validated by renowned infectious disease specialists and written in an accessible style. Formidables fourmis! The unique, adaptive solutions that evolution has devised for ants are revealed here in everyday language and are brought to life by over pictures combining scientific facts with aesthetic charm.

Tags : behaviour - biology - entomology - fauna - insect. But , patients are suffering from it today in France. Moreover, Parkinson's disease affects , people and multiple sclerosis , Add a few thousand more who have fallen prey to Charcot or Huntington disease. A stimulating and accessible book aimed as much at caregivers as patients You will discover the mechanisms behind these diseases, treatment options, hope from research and also some unexpected insights. Tags : biology - health - research.

It provides the analytical and diagnostic tools needed to conduct a field study by taking a step back from the sector and developing a new approach to the land. It also provides food for thought on coordination factors and cooperation ties and offers a very practical analysis grid. Tags : agriculture - agroalimentaire - economic development - economics - rural development - sociology. Que ferons-nous des canards sauvages? This book is not intended as a mere natural history of ducks and humankind, but is rather an invitation to make sustainable use of the wild duck population and the natural environment in general in the context of a changing world.

Tags : biodiversity - ecosystem - fauna. It explains how the pelagic environment works, the methods used to study plankton, its biology, the biodiversity and ecology of plankton and addresses how human activity is interfering with marine plankton. Physical, chemical and biological processes are explained with concrete examples supported by figures. Tags : biodiversity - climate - oceanography - plankton - sea - seawater.

It illustrates the biological features and morphological diversity of 4 vipers and 9 non-venomous snakes living in metropolitan France. It includes exceptional snapshots: moulting, hunting sequences, hatching, mating combat, playing dead The photographs in this book, taken in the wild while respecting their natural habitats, make a plea in support of these magnificent creatures that form part of our biodiversity and natural heritage.

Tags : behaviour - biodiversity - biology - fauna - France. It focuses on the agronomic, environmental and socio-economic impact of waste expansion and highlights how difficult it is to quantitatively assess the advantages and disadvantages of using these materials. Tags : agriculture - effluent - environment - fertilization - fertilizer - pollution - recycling - sludge - spreading - waste. When findings clash with reality at the conclusion of a research programme, it could be that there is no clear relationship with the initial question s posed.

That is when statisticians must get involved. Tags : Africa - fishing - halieutics - modelling - research. This book delves into the different facets of rural and suburban areas. Their dynamics are part and parcel of contemporary economic and social issues, both in terms of demographics and lifestyles, economic activities and public policy: the important role played by towns, land management and environmental issues and the institutional organisation of territories.

The upheavals affecting the countryside are the same as those facing the rest of France, but have their own particular effect. Tags : agriculture - economics - environment - land settlement - public policy - rural development - sociology. Step by step along the way we meet small growers, merchants, traders and chocolate makers. Nutritionists and law makers reveal secrets and guidelines. We view the process through the eyes of a chemist as we explore the molecules of the aroma and follow them during the fermentation and roasting of the beans.

Eventually we get to taste the chocolate and distinguish the different locations where beans are grown. Filled with the author's personal experiences, this beautiful book introduces us to the great history of chocolate, the saga of a delicacy known as the "food of the gods". Tags : cocoa - market - terroir. Author s : Michel Claessens Auteur Editions Quae Essais , Octobre ISBN : More and more frequently, in politics and in science and technology, we no longer take decisions or there are no decisions to take.

Nuclear energy, climate change, GMOs Several types of non-decisions are presented in this small book. In some cases they are a way often trivial of actually taking a decision. In others they are the result of mechanisms in which new globalised technologies play an essential role and ensure their deployment at all levels of society.

Tags : decision support - economics - environment - expertise - GMO - public policy - risk management. This book examines elements contributing to the reasons to take action: debates on renewable resources, decisions regarding their profession and its transmission to new generations, new division of labor.

Tags : agriculture - environment - farmer - fisherman - fishing - human activity - labour - learning - sustainable development. Tags : biodiversity - dam - ecology - ecosystem - environment - fish - fisherman - fishing - flash flood - flood - freshwater - human activity - hydrology - land settlement - landscape - pollution - sustainable development - water - watercourse.

This book fuels the society debate on our relationship with nature and underlines the major questions that should be at the heart of biodiversity research policies in the years to come. Tags : biodiversity - ecology - economics - ecosystem - environment - ethics - genetics. Tags : agriculture - drinking water - economics - flash flood - flood - freshwater - natural risk - prevention - wastewater - water - water resources.

Des insectes au menu? Just a rumour or a feasible prediction? An entomologist and a nutrition specialist have joined forces to take stock of past and emerging practices and discuss whether insects are a problem or possibly the solution to the food problems of tomorrow Written in a humorous and easy to read style, this book gives you all the information you need to form your own opinion and, who knows, maybe you will even include insects in your next meal Would you care for a little more caterpillar?

Tags : entomology - food - health - insect - nutrition - regulation. This book, a handy reference for all those working first-hand to reduce post-harvest losses, discusses the different aspects of grain conservation: drying, storage and fighting insects and rodents. Tags : conservation technique - insect - phytosanitary control.

Tags : decision support - drinking water - environment - freshwater - land settlement - public policy - water resources. Substantial issues surround the conservation of the oceans and sustainable exploitation of marine resources Goal 14 of the UN agenda for sustainable development. Tags : biodiversity - ecology - fish - fisherman - fishing - fishing boat - fishing technique - freshwater - history - watercourse. Tags : biodiversity - economics - environment - public policy - sustainable development.

Tropical supply chains linking agricultures and other economic sectors are undergoing deep-seated technical, economic and social transformations. In a context of globalisation, the supply chains are involved in sustainable development approaches and incorporate environmental and social concerns. This work is based on scientific progress and concrete situations of agri-food chains in Southern countries.

Tags : agriculture - economic development - economic impact - environment - plant production - sustainable development. The first animals to conquer the air through flight, insects have invented reproduction by cloning, antibiotics, antifreeze, coded flashes of cold light to communicate, the breeding of aphids and gardening of fungi for food, genetic manipulations to slave their hosts, etc.

Scrolling through the immense diversity of insect species, often humourously, this book explores their most intriguing features and customs. Tags : bee - biodiversity - entomology - fauna - insect. It starts by tracing the history of intellectual rights and conditions for patenting inventions. It then focuses on how the processing industries have become interested in living organisms from seeds to biotechnologies.

Lastly, it looks into how the public authorities have intervened in the legal process, thus creating piece-meal systems on the right of living organisms. Tags : ethics - philosophy - public policy - regulation - seed. Plants could be a genuine alternative to these fossil products, at least partially, for both the energy sector and for materials and other products derived from petroleum. Tags : biology - biotechnology - ecology - economics - environment - plant production - sustainable development.

It suggests agricultural practices and recommendations for the future, thereby helping to improve production of the cotton crop and the quality of its products. It is intended for all field professionals. Tags : Africa - agriculture - breeding - cotton - environment - industry - plant production - quality. Specialists analyse the ecological, social, institutional and political dynamics associated with emerging infectious diseases.

They show the challenges but also the opportunities taken up by the players faced with these diseases. Tags : biology - contamination - ecology - epidemiology - health - prevention - virus. Puissances occultes ou chantres de la transparence? Mouvements sociaux ou institutions?

Il est aussi et surtout une analyse de la critique contre les ONG. Cap sur le Grand Sud! Tags : biodiversity - biology - bird - climate - ecosystem - environment - fish - flora - geography - landscape - oceanography - seabed - sustainable development - Travel. Tags : agriculture - agronomy - biology - ecosystem - environment - forest - mushroom - plant production - silviculture - soil.

Tags : agriculture - biological control - ecology - environment - pesticide - plant pathology - plant production. Tags : agriculture - agronomy - animal husbandry - animal production - environment - plant production - sustainable development. Tags : biodiversity - economic development - environment - France - history - national park - public policy - sustainable development.

Tags : decision support - economic development - economics - land settlement - public policy - sustainable development. But do we know what waste really is? Are we aware that even the stars produce waste? That life is impossible without waste? From a scientific point of view, waste is matter. Like all matter, it has the full range of potential, threats as well as opportunities; it can be poison or the source of life. This book tells the amazing story of waste through time; of that produced by the stars to the waste of our civilisation.

Tags : ecology - history - human activity - pollution - recycling - waste. Tags : Africa - Asia - biodiversity - ecology - ecosystem - environment - forest - land management - Latin America - public policy - silviculture - sustainable development - transformation technique - tree - tropic - wood. Tags : animal husbandry - animal production - biology - genetics - reproduction - zootechnics. It explains what becomes of pesticides throughout the different stages of grain processing and proposes strategies for the integrated protection of grain stocks minimising the use of chemicals.

Tags : agriculture - cereal - decision support - environment - food - food security - insect - nutrition - pesticide - quality. This refers to science which acknowledges its responsibility and is aware of consequences, science that entertains the possibility of questioning its aims and does not invoke axiological neutrality in order to assert its objectivity. Involved science seeks to share knowledge and the power stemming from that knowledge.

The author takes on the challenge of providing science with a new democratic principle which, rather than free it from the social turmoil in which it appears to be entangled, allows it to think in the plural within the depth of its radical involvement in reality. Tags : ethics - philosophy - research. Tags : Africa - Asia - biodiversity - climate - decision support - ecology - economics - environment - forest - Latin America - Oceania - plantation - prevention - public policy - sociology - tree - tropic - wood.

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