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Living territories to transform the world


Living territories to transform the world

Patrick Caron

Coordinateur,

Elodie Valette

Coordinateur,

Tom Wassenaar

Coordinateur,

Geo Coppens d’Eeckenbrugge

Coordinateur,

Vatché Papazian

Coordinateur
Edition 2017

What resources underpin the development of a territory? What does territorial management of resources mean? What specific characteristics and opportunities does territorial organization offer for agricultural production, regulation of sectors, and services? How are territorial public policies conceived and applied? What methods and tools can be used for territorial development? This book presents a wide range of studies illustrating how actors, scales and scopes of intervention interact in the development of rural spaces in countries of the Global South.



isbn :  978-2-7592-2732-7
Parution :  03/07/2017
Nb de pages :  274
Référence : 02611EPB
Langue : Anglais
Editeur :  Quae
Co-éditeur :  AFD, Cirad
Collection : 
Agricultures et défis du monde


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What resources underpin the development of a territory? What does territorial management of resources mean? What specific characteristics and opportunities does territorial organization offer for agricultural production, regulation of sectors, and services? How are territorial public policies conceived and applied? But also, what are the limits of the territorial approach? How does a territorial approach refashion the frameworks of intervention for development? How do we implement and reinvent mechanisms to provide support, build skills, and promote production and good governance? How do we mobilize information systems, apprehend territorial dynamics, and encourage decentralized planning?

Using a wide diversity of case studies, the book explores how actors, scales and scopes of intervention interact in the development of rural spaces in the countries of the Global South, both at the local level and in the global perspective of the objectives of sustainable development.

The book brings together the experiences and views of more than 150 researchers and experts from CIRAD, AFD and their partners. It is aimed at researchers, engineers, professionals in the countries of the Global South, as well as students and the wider public.

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