2 edition of Livestock - environment interactions found in the catalog.
Livestock - environment interactions
by European Commission Directorate-General for Development, Development Policy Sustainable Development and Natural Resources in [Brussels? Belgium]
Written in English
|Statement||Henning Steinfeld, Cees de Haan, and Harvey Blackburn.|
|Contributions||Haan, Cees de., Blackburn, H. D. 1953-, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations., United States. Agency for International Development., World Bank.|
|LC Classifications||SF140.E25 S74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||98129722|
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Livestock - Environment interactions: Issues and options. Table of contents. Henning Steinfeld Cees de Haan Harvey Blackburn.
Report of a Study sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities, the World Bank and the governments of Denmark, France, Germany, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States of America. Book: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steinfeld, Henning.
Livestock - environment interactions. [Brussels. Belgium]: European Commission Directorate-General for Development, Development Policy Sustainable Development and Natural Resources,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Book: Livestock-environment interactions: issues and options pp pp. Abstract: Livestock production and processing often have been associated with negative environmental effects. Strategies to alleviate the negative and enhance the positive impact of livestock on the environment are by: Therefore, this book focuses on the basis of the animal-environment interactions and the impact of human activities on the type and magnitude of these interactions.
In this context, the issue of sustainability of livestock production is evaluated considering economic, social and environmental. knowledge of livestock-environment interactions, classiﬁed by the major production systems of the world. Focusing on livestock production and processing, which often have been associated with negative environmental effects, these reports identify how to alleviate the negative and enhance the positive impact of livestock on the environment.
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Livestock Ecology is the scientific study of the interactions of domestic animals with their production environment and their effects on numbers, density and distribution of livestock.
Schwartz ) The Production Environment includes all external factors and phenomena that affect the behaviour of Integrated Natural Resource.
livestock are identified as "a current threat", while 23 of Conservation International's 35 "global hotspots for biodiversity" - characterized by serious levels of habitat loss - are affected by livestock production.
Two demands. FAO says "the future of the livestock-environment interface will. Dairy Cattle and Veal Production • Page 5 While both the number of dairy farms and the number of dairy cows in the U.S. has dropped dramatically, the total amount of milk produced in.
The main aim of this book is to improve the planning base for livestock development in Africa. The author's first task has been to provide a quantitative assessment of livestock and land re sources, which forms the basis for dividing the continent into.
ecological zones. Conventionally, measures of energy have been the basis of most animal feeding systems, feed composition tables, and nutrient recommendations for livestock.
Because energy in the form of heat is intimately involved with thermal balance, it is convenient to use energy as the common denominator when describing the interaction between animals and the environment.
Livestock enterprises will also need to adapt to a low-carbon operating environment as societal pressure increases to reduce carbon emissions while enhancing carbon sequestration.
The potential benefits of various intensification options for livestock production and environmental sustainability require greater consideration on rangelands. Francisco Diez-Gonzalez, in Handbook of Organic Food Safety and Quality, Publisher Summary.
Conventional livestock production systems can be very diverse and this diversity is influenced by the economic, geographic, environmental, and cultural factors. Conventional inputs for direct use in ruminant production include many types of plant feeds, industrial by-products, feed additives.
Livestock industries produce meat, milk and egg, and also generate large volumes of wastes that could be harmful to the environment if not well managed. Interactions between agriculture and the environment In a Green Book 'Common Agriculture Policy Perspectives', the Commission in presenting several options for the future development of the CAP acknowledged that the protection of the environment was one of the major functions of agriculture and that measures should be taken to prevent.
Livestock production is globally responsible for the negative impact on the environment and consequently on climate change. Deforestation, reduced biodiversity, land degradation, and dependence of chemical fertilizer to maintain biomass production are considered the main drivers that make this system unsustainable in time.
Purchase Efficient Livestock Handling - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN This is because many factors have changed interactions between people, animals and the environment. These changes have led to the emergence and re-emergence of zoonotic diseases.
The International Livestock Research Institute has an established record of collaborative One Health research in Africa and Southeast Asia.
To mark One Health Day. Livestock and environment interactions in developing countries can be both positive and negative. On the one hand, manures from ruminant systems can be a valuable source of nutrients for smallholder crops, whereas in more industrial systems, or where there are large concentrations of animals, they can pollute water sources.
Livestock in the balance (), FAO. Environmental costs of raising livestock When it comes to climate change, livestock contribute to the problem and are also affected by it. The raising of livestock and the eating of animal products has social, cultural, and economic benefits, but also come at a cost to the environment.
The global food system is experiencing profound changes as a result of anthropogenic pressures. The ever-increasing human population (more than 9 billion by ), together with changes in consumption patterns (i.e., increasing demand for livestock products) caused by urbanization, increasing incomes, and nutritional and environmental concerns, is shaping what we eat, who eats, and how .This review gives an overview of genotype × environment interactions (the influence of the environment, reaction norms, phenotypic plasticity, canalization, and genetic homeostasis), reaction norms analysis in livestock production, options for selection for increased levels of production and against environmental sensitivity, and direct.servation groups.
Livestock’s environmental impact is frequently determined by livestock distribution. While fences are usually an effective tool for controlling livestock distribution and reducing impacts on riparian zones or other critical areas, manipulation of grazing patterns can also reduce adverse effects from livestock.