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Arable land, in agricultural statistics, is land worked (ploughed or tilled) regularly, generally under a system of crop rotation

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Peer-reviewed publication
January 2019

Globally, farmland abandonment has been a major phenomenon for eco-environmental and social landscape changes in the mountain regions. Farmland abandonment led to endangering the capacity of mountain ecosystems as well as variety of eco-environmental processes that play a pivotal role in regional as well local level eco-environment security.

Country Partnership Strategy: Tajikistan, 2016–2020
Policy Papers & Briefs
December 2016

Tajikistan’s population is predominantly rural and largely dependent on agriculture. Agriculture accounts for a quarter of Tajikistan’s gross domestic product and export revenues, 39% of tax revenues, and half of total employment.

Institutional & promotional materials
December 2015

The Land Sector Non State Actors (LSNSA) is a network of civil society organizations working together to promote secure and equitable access to land and natural resource for all through advocacy, dialogue and capacity building.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2010

This article is investigating some relevant aspects considering structural
changes of the land fund in the Republic of Moldova. Also it is considering the structure
evolution of land fund along 2007-2009 years. The results of the research conclude that
one of the most important rise components of efficient usage of land fund is spread of

Journal Articles & Books
December 2010

The article exposed the structure and land resource management issues
worldwide. Also, it explains the difficulties of effective management of land in Moldova
and the factors that generate them: high fragmentation of land, failure to comply with the
technological processing rules of the land, short-term lease etc.

January 2008
Southern Europe

This Regulation prescribes the criteria and necessary standards for the correct valuation (Capability Evaluation) of agricultural land, to be classified in the category of particularly valuable (P1) or valuable arable agricultural land (P2).The basic requirements for a correct evaluation are relative to the values of the soil, climate conditions, terrain, and other natural conditions for agricu

Journal Articles & Books
December 2007

The figures of public resources estimated to have been channeled into private pockets are so high one hopes, obviously against hope, that they would turn out to be typographical errors.

Policy Papers & Briefs
September 2004

Although The National Land Policy Formulation Process is concentrated on addressing land issues, the reform agenda requires inter- alia that there are policy directions for establishing an equitable framework for economic growth and access to natural resources.

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