Examines how implementation of the Kyoto Protocol could actually help U.S. agriculture.
Agrobiodiversity and food security
Reveals the urgent need for action to incorporate biodiversity planning into agricultural development, and highlights effective practices and policies.
Reveals vital but overlooked ingredients for spreading innovative sustainable agriculture techniques -- mainly institutional collaboration, farmer participation, and political support.
Enhancing Environmental and Economic Performance in U.S. Agriculture
A comprehensive, empirically based analysis of U.S. agricultural sustainability. Uses agronomic and environmental data collected from 45 physical U.S. regions. A tool to assess the environmental and economic impacts of a broad range of policy options.
Airborne pollution's toll on trees and crops...
Across the United States, air pollution is contributing to the decline and ultimate death of forest trees and to widespread losses in crop yields.