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Conventional farming has been implicated in global biodiversity and pollinator declines and organic farming is often regarded as a more ecological alt...Read more
Agricultural intensification is perceived to be a major cause of the decline in many European bat populations. Because organic farming prohibits the u...Read more
The rise in global commitments to restore habitat underlines its importance to halt biodiversity loss and abate climate change. To effectively plan fo...Read more
Increased agricultural intensification has led to well-documented declines in the fauna and flora associated with intensive grasslands in the UK. We a...Read more
The exponential increase in the human population in tandem with increased food demand has caused agriculture to be the global-dominant form of land us...Read more
Agri-environment schemes were first launched in England, UK, in 1987. A number of schemes are now operated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries a...Read more
The expansion of aquaculture has resulted in widespread habitat conversion throughout the world. Identifying beneficial management measures may dramat...Read more
Set-aside is arable land rested from normal intensive operations, usually providing, in summer, a relatively sparse, weedy or grass-dominated sward wi...Read more
Agricultural land use threatens ecosystem services such as biological control by natural enemies because of simplification of habitat structure and in...Read more