Edited By George Ouma, Franz-Theo Gottwald and Isabel Boergen
The livelihood of the world’s population depends mostly on natural resources: land, forest, water and the air we breath. The continual degradation and diminution of these resources due to the cultivation of land threatens the economic and social security of individuals, communities and countries as well as the intricate web of ecological, social, economic and cultural relations that bind the global community together. To be productive, our resources must be managed properly, enriched and harvested responsibly.
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2009. 130 pp., num. tables and graphs
Contents: Baldur Ed. Pfeiffer/Franz-Theo Gottwald: Foreword to the series – Franz-Theo Gottwald/Isabel Boergen: Agrarian
science for sustainable resource management in sub-Saharan Africa – Anozie Edith Ngozi: Agrarian science for sustainable resource
management – Cyril Ifeanyi Duruigbo: Agrarian science for sustainable resource management – Izuchukwu Innocent Ibeawuchi:
Agrarian science for sustainable resource management – G. O. Ihejirika: Agrarian science for sustainable resource management
– Emmanuel O. Eyo: The case of indigenous resource rights in Akwa Ibom State – Margaret O. Ode: Fire-wood fuel practice in
Benu State: Implications for land use – Joshua O. Ogunwole: Managing Africa’s natural resources to mitigate land degradation:
A soil science perspective – Emmanuel Uzoma Onweremadu: Soil science and smallholder agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa – George
Ouma: Application of organic farming for sustainable horticultural production to reduce poverty, improve food security and
health of rural households and environmental conservation in Kenya – O. K. Gbadamosi/E. A. Fasakin/O. T. Adebayo: Dietary
ascobic acid supplementation in practical diets for African Catfish Clarias gariepillus (Burchell 1822) fingerlings – Victorian
M. Meremiku: Managing strategies to foster sustainability in the poultry industry in sub-Saharan Africa.