The New Agriculture Movement ( Template: Lgn-bn ) is an agricultural movement in Bangladesh that opposes the use of Western pesticides and genetically altered seeds. [1]

The Movement Began in response to environmental hazards That Were Believed to-have-been started by the use of insecticides and nematicides in the growing of crops . [2]

In addition to health concerns the movement of organic farming , and the use for food and animal feeds of plants which are often considered as weeds. [3] This is seen as both of the self-sufficiency and distancing of Bangladesh from Western development firms and the International Monetary Fund . [4]

Nayakrishi: has a special emphasis is Supporting women, with a program of Supplying cattle to poor female-headed Households qui are kept up to a calf is born, When the original animal is Passed it to Reviews another family, [3]and the organization of the Specialized Women’s Seed Network to collect seeds from local varieties of crops. [4]

See also

  • Conservation biology
  • Conservation ethic
  • Conservation movement
  • Ecology
  • Ecology movement
  • Environmentalism
  • Environmental movement
  • Environmental protection
  • Habitat conservation
  • List of environmental organizations
  • Natural environment
  • Natural capital
  • Natural resource
  • polyculture
  • Renewable resource
  • Sustainable development
  • Sustainability

References

  1. Jump up^ „Bangladesh: the seeds of change“ . UNESCO Courier . January 2001 . Retrieved 2009-04-23 .
  2. Jump up^ Rothenberg, David (2005). Writing the world: on globalization . MIT Press . p. 226. ISBN  978-0-262-18245-4 .
  3. ^ Jump up to:b „To measure poverty, you May-have to go chak“ . The Hindu Business Line . September 27, 2007 . Retrieved 2009-04-23 .
  4. ^ Jump up to:b Reed, Ananya Mukherjee (2008). Human Development and Social Power: Perspectives from South Asia . Taylor & Francis . pp. 129-131. ISBN  978-0-415-77552-6 .