Déterminants, impacts et leviers d'action
Le Bissonnais, Yves
Considered as one of the main factors in erosion of the biodiversity, land take describes the global reduction in the proportion of land allocated to farming and forestry or to natural spaces. This work identifies the decisive economic and social factors in land take and its impact on the environment and agriculture. It suggests levers of action likely to limit its development and its negative effects.
KeywordsAgriculture; territory development; biodiversity; environment; ground
Publication date and place2019
Soil science, sedimentology