The publications listed below cover various aspects of sustainable agriculture.
Environmentally sound technologies for women in agriculture
A manual covering a range of low-input technologies useful for farm women in South Asia and elsewhere. Published 1996 by the International Federation for Women in Agriculture and the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction.
Resource management for upland areas in Southeast Asia
An information kit
This manual covers a broad range of social and biophysical technologies used in agroforestry in Southeast Asia, from China to Papua New Guinea. Published 1995 by FAO and the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction. It has been translated into Indonesian and Thai, and adapted for the South Pacific.
Sustainable agriculture extension manual for Eastern and Southern Africa
Illustrated extension manual covering countries from Ethiopia to Lesotho. 50 chapters on how to promote sustainable agriculture, implement credit schemes, improve land use, incorporate gender perspectives, conserve soil and water, maintain soil fertility, improve cropping systems, and promote livestock in agriculture. Published 1998 by the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction's Africa office.
Illustrated extension manual on production technologies and social approaches to improve the livelihoods of farmers, pastoralists and other people in the arid areas of eastern and southern Africa. Published 2001 by the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction's Africa office.
14 examples of successful sustainable agriculture approaches in India, plus how to realize the potential of sustainable agriculture in the areas of organic farming, land and water management, and tapping new products and new markets.
ClimAdapt Open Space - documentation of process and results
Innovative Responses in Sustainable Agriculture
For the ClimAdapt OpenSpace we constructed a separate website on which you can find the complete documentation of process and results. ClimAdapt was held on the occasion of 20 years AGRECOL. ClimAdapt Website.