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INTRODUCTION TO CANSEA

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Different contexts explain the development and the dissemination of conservation agriculture in South-East Asia and thus consequently the emergence of a sub-regional network for the coordination of Conservation Agriculture activities - CANSEA.

 

The network was established on 29-30 September 2009 in Vientiane, Laos and associating 8 research partners from 7 countries (Australia, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam).

 

The objective of the Network is to optimize the similarities and the complementarities between countries and institutions...

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The CANSEA scientific platform is a network of research partners keen to implement agro-ecology and conservation agriculture in Southeast Asia.

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Conservation agriculture promoted as the best practice for coping with climate change at COP21

Conservation agriculture promoted as the best practice for coping with climate change at COP21

In a Manifesto for Action “Farming Forward for Climate Change”, COP21 provides an opportunity to create the impetus for Conservation Agriculture (CA) to move conventional agriculture toward more sustainable systems that are environmentally responsible.

CANSEA Annual Steering Committee 2015: steps forwards

CANSEA Annual Steering Committee 2015: steps forwards

This year SC aimed to promote, in addition to conservation agriculture, also other agroecology efforts in the member countries and the region as the whole.

Consultation on technology transfer for rice in Vietnam Cental and Northern unfavourable upland environments

Consultation on technology transfer for rice in Vietnam Cental and Northern unfavourable upland environments

This consultation-workshop is organized primarily to identify best management practices and innovations that are now ready for dissemination and the impact pathway through which these can be disseminated to farmers.

ACTAE project: Towards a regional agroecology transition in Great Mekong Sub-region countries

ACTAE project: Towards a regional agroecology transition in Great Mekong Sub-region countries

ACTAE project: Towards a regional agroecology transition in Great Mekong Sub-region countries

Feasibility study of a regional project promoting agroecology in the Great Mekong Subregion & Country reports

Feasibility study of a regional project promoting agroecology in the Great Mekong Subregion & Country reports

This literature review focus on projects and experiences related to agroecology in Cambodia since the last 20 years. However the literature review does not aim to be exhaustive. Some agroecology initiatives are not mentioned due to similar actions implemented by several stakeholders, low date available about results of the project and finally, limited assessment made on recent experiences.

Actors and networks of agroecology in the Greater Mekong Subregion

Actors and networks of agroecology in the Greater Mekong Subregion

The study reported in this document aimed at assessing the feasibility of a regional project promoting agro-ecological principles and practices in the Great Mekong Subregion-GMS-countries: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Yunnan-China. The study has taken stock of the practices, actors, experiments (e.g. success stories, constraints to adoption) related to agro-ecology in the Mekong countries. A review of the literature was combined with country-based consultation workshops (Cambodia Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam) and expert surveys (Thailand, Yunnan-China).

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