3 edition of Voices of the land found in the catalog.
Voices of the land
|Statement||edited by Marcia Leveson & Jonathan Paton.|
|Contributions||Leveson, Marcia., Paton, Jonathan.|
|LC Classifications||PR9365.25 .V65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||85219347|
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As vital to our existence as air or water, land is one of our greatest shared assets – and degradation of that land one our most pressing common challenges. Unchecked degradation threatens not only human wellbeing but that of the entire planet, contributing to accelerating climate change and loss of biodiversity. Today, with a quarter of our land already degraded . The book titled, ‘Voices From the Land: Restoring Soil and Enriching Lives,’ highlights the impact of land degradation on the well-being of over three billion people, representing almost half of the world’s population who are directly affected by it.
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