Livelihood and environmental trade-offs of climate mitigation in smallholder coffee agroforestry systems
Routledge - Taylor & Francis
In this chapter we examine interactions and trade-offs between climate mitigation, farmer livelihoods and environmental conservation for smallholder coffee agroforestry. Smallholder coffee systems are relevant to climate mitigation because they cover a considerable land area worldwide, which frequently surrounds forests that also contribute to climate mitigation (Jha et al. 2011; Perfecto and Vandermeer 2008; Schroth el al. 2009).
Climate Change Mitigation and Agriculture
Méndez, V. E., Castro-Tanzi, S., Goodall, K., Morris, K. S., Bacon, C.M., Läderach, P., Morris, W. B. & Georgeoglou-Laxalde, M. U. (2011). Livelihood and environmental trade-offs of climate mitigation in smallholder coffee agroforestry systems. 370-381. In E. K. Wollenberg, A. Nihart, M. Grieg-Gran & M. L.Tapio-Biström (Eds.) Climate Change Mitigation and Agriculture. Earthscan: UK
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