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Changing Livelihoods induced by the Commercial Shrimp Farming

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Autor: Mohammad Shahidul Hasan Swapan
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Artikelnummer: 549626
ISBN / EAN: 9783838302720

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In recent years, shrimp aquaculture, which is§undertaken largely in the tropical countries, has§experienced spectacular growth in response to§expanding global demand and higher economic return.§Despite a number positive aspects (e.g., foreign§exchange, employment and food) of shrimp farming, the§industry has serious negative environmental impacts.§Because of the degradation of natural resources,§commercial shrimp farming imposes socio-economic§costs on rural resource-reliant communities as their§traditional means of food production and livelihoods§are displaced. Bangladesh is suffering because of§unplanned expansion of this aquaculture and§increasingly called as a desert in the delta . The§central concern of this book is to apply§participatory research techniques to identify and§understand the impacts of commercial shrimp farming§to the livelihood patterns of coastal villagers in§southwest Bangladesh. The findings of this is book§should be useful for researchers, government and NGOs§to understand vulnerabilities of rural communities in§shrimp farming areas and to design alternative§livelihood strategies for affected groups.

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Autor Verlag LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
ISBN / EAN 9783838302720 Bindung Taschenbuch

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