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Title Strategies and tools for a sustainable rural Rio de Janeiro / Udo Nehren, Sabine Schluter, Claudia Raedig, Dietmar Sattler, Helga Hissa, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]

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Series Springer series on environmental management, 0172-6161.
Springer series on environmental management. 0172-6161.
Subject Sustainable development -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro.
Sustainable agriculture -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro.
Alt Name Nehren, Udo,
Schlüter, Sabine,
Raedig, Claudia,
Sattler, Dietmar,
Hissa, Helga,
Description 1 online resource (xxxii, 513 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed August 21, 2018).
Contents Strategies and tools for a sustainable rural Rio de Janeiro 1. Rio de Janeiro in times of global change (U. Nehren, H. Hissa, S. Schluter, C. Raedig, D. Sattler) 2. Land use history of Rio de Janeiro (R. Scheel-Ybert [not yet confirmed], U. Nehren, A. Kirchner, J. Heinrich) 3. Rural development in the state of Rio de Janeiro: The RioRural Programme (H. Hissa, N. Teixeira, M. Costa) 4. The German-Brazilian project INTECRAL (S. Schluter) Agricultural Management 5. Challenges and opportunities for a competitive sustainable agriculture in Rio de Janeiro (S. Schluter, H. Hissa, N. Teixera, J. Torrico, H. Gaese) 6. Soil and water conservation management (J.M.G. Monteiro, R.B. Prado, A.P. Turetta, A. Schuler, E.C.C Fidalgo) 7. From design to implementation: A participatory appraisal for silvopastoral systems (SSPs) in Italva, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (B. Quintana, L.A. Antunes, A. Pedraza) 8. Towards good agricultural practices (GAP) in smallholders' dairy production systems from an animal welfare perspective (M.L. Espinel, S. Schluter, C.M. Resende) 9. Adequate harvesting technology for sugar cane producers in Rio de Janeiro (C.-F. Gaese; Carlos Frederico Veiga, J.M. Ferreira, T. Meyer) Managing Ecosystems and Biodiversity 10. Integrating biodiversity conservation into ecosystem management in Rio de Janeiro (A. Piratelli, C. Raedig, J. Wesenberg) 11. Connectivity conservation management: linking private protected areas (C. Raedig, L.V. Guzman Wolfhard) 12. Mapping and monitoring of protected riverine forest with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) (G. Meier, L. Esquivel) 13. Bio-indicator based hydromorphological assessment for watercourse development (D. Birnbaum, G. Meier) 14. Use of native tree species for ecological restoration and rehabilitation measures -- a review (D. Sattler, P. Pena Rodrigues, C. Raedig, A. Hebner) 15. Value chains of native tree species using the example of C. echinata (S. Lichtenberg) Integrated Water Management 16. Integrated water resources management (L. Ribbe) 17. Eco-hydrological modelling and scenario impact assessment in rural Rio de Janeiro (A. Kunne, J. Santos, S. Kralisch, P. Selsam) 18. Service-based software tools for eco-hydrological system assessment (S. Kralisch, C. Schwartze, P. Selsam, F. Zander, A. Kunne, J. Santos) 19. Reuse-oriented decentralized wastewater and sewage sludge treatment for Small Urbanized Rural Settlement in Latin-America. Lessons Learnt from Brazil (J. Cardona) 20. A tool to assess the impact of different land uses on surface water quality: WQI. (S. Penedo, R. Prado, A. Kunne) 21. Developing a Methodology for community-based water quality measurement (A. Gautam, J. Ramirez, M. Costa, L. Ribbe) Land restoration, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation 22. Land degradation, natural hazards and climate change: challenges for restoration, rehabilitation and adaptation (U. Nehren, D. Sattler, A.J. Teixeira Guerra [not yet confirmed]) 23. Rehabilitation of degraded sloped pastures -- lessons learned in Itaocara, RJ (R. Seliger, D. Sattler, A. Soares da Silva) 24. Ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation (W. Lange, S. Sandholz, M. Becher, J. Viezzer, U. Nehren) 25. A multi-criteria tool for site prioritization for land restoration and rehabilitation (F. Naegeli, E. Fidalgo) 26. Disaster risk reduction and local perception in flood risk areas. Study case in Nova Friburgo and Sao Fidelis municipalities, RJ-Brazil (A. Bustillos, L. Ribbe, M. Evers) Environmental governance and economic instruments 27. Governance framework for environmental services provision in RJ (P. May) 28. Promoting sustainable agriculture and productivity gains: how to enhance the mitigation potential of the Rio de Janeiro Rural Development Program, Brazil (V. Rodriguez Osuna, D. Gaydarova, R. Wollenweber, J. Monteiro) 29. Emissions reduction opportunities by improving land use management in Rural Rio de Janeiro" (L. Noriega, F. Saraiva, D. Gaydarova-Itrib) 30. Innovation and alternative income generation (O. Torres and U. Dornberger) 31. Conclusions and Outlook chapter (C. Raedig, H. Hissa, S. Schluter, D. Sattler, U. Nehren).
Summary This book provides an overview of recent developments in land, ecosystem, and water management in Rio de Janeiro. The Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro is one of South America's most important cultural and economic centers and at the same time located in one of the world's most diverse biomes, the Atlantic Forest or Mata Atlantica. Colonial exploitation of natural resources and modern urban and agricultural development has resulted in large scale deforestation and severe degradation of land and water resources. In the past years, efforts have been made to improve the socioeconomic and environmental status of the rural landscapes to secure rural livelihoods, to ensure food and water supply for urban areas, and to contribute to biodiversity conservation and ecological stability. This book provides a portfolio of strategies and tools for land and water management that were developed within the German-Brazilian research project INTECRAL in cooperation with the state program Rio Rural, as well as Brazilian universities and research institutions. It covers a wide spectrum from research to application at the science-policy interface and has a model character for other rural areas in Latin America and beyond. This volume will be a valuable resource for scientists, practitioners, policy makers, and graduate students in the field of environmental management and sustainable rural development.
ISBN 9783319896441 (electronic bk.)
331989644X (electronic bk.)
9783319896434 (print)
3319896431
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-89644-1
OCLC # 1048932254
Additional Format Print version: Strategies and tools for a sustainable rural Rio de Janeiro. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019] 3319896431 9783319896434 (OCoLC)1028624980.