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    Does anyone have any case studies on strategies in Africa? Seems like i dont have much expect AGRA and some local. By the way I read this, which might be useful http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...rtage-id-cards
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    Money maker pumps in Kenya
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    Has anyone got any good information for trade liberalisation and case studies to go with it? Thanks
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    (Original post by hillierd)
    Has anyone got any good information for trade liberalisation and case studies to go with it? Thanks
    I dont have any sorry How would you link that into sustainable strategies?
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    (Original post by lala121)
    I dont have any sorry How would you link that into sustainable strategies?
    You could try and talk about how economically and socially sustainable it is, then say it could allow for better development and then analyse it by saying that it doesn't offer anything towards being environmentally sustainable?
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    Does anyone have any examples for for farming techniques?
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    (Original post by hillierd)
    Does anyone have any examples for for farming techniques?
    You could you HYV, Green Revolution, Cuban Organic Revolution, Aquacultures, Oh and Money maker pumps is a good bottom up techniques

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    Money maker pumps in Kenya
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    Sorry i was a little ambiguous there, i meant as in multicropping and things like that. Thanks anyway
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    (Original post by hillierd)
    Sorry i was a little ambiguous there, i meant as in multicropping and things like that. Thanks anyway
    mmmm I dont have any case studies for that but maybe search technologies which are sustainable.

    Also this is to anyone.. Is there any point of learning casestudies from the other enquiry questions? e.g. Famine etc. I mean if the exam question is focused on Strategies and ways to cope with rising demands?
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    Is anyone going to use a sustainability model? I think I'm going to use the bruthland definition and the vent diagram by Michael Whitterick in the food and famine case study book. Also have people though about scales? I have been thinking and my framework just seems like global and local strategies.

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    (Original post by lala121)
    Is anyone going to use a sustainability model? I think I'm going to use the bruthland definition and the vent diagram by Michael Whitterick in the food and famine case study book. Also have people though about scales? I have been thinking and my framework just seems like global and local strategies.

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    For sustainability models I'm going to use the sustainability quadrant and the stool of sustainability and of course the Brundtland report definition
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    (Original post by oxoxsara)
    For sustainability models I'm going to use the sustainability quadrant and the stool of sustainability and of course the Brundtland report definition
    Oh thats cute
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    (Original post by oxoxsara)
    For sustainability models I'm going to use the sustainability quadrant and the stool of sustainability and of course the Brundtland report definition
    wheres that from?
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    (Original post by lala121)
    Is anyone going to use a sustainability model? I think I'm going to use the bruthland definition and the vent diagram by Michael Whitterick in the food and famine case study book. Also have people though about scales? I have been thinking and my framework just seems like global and local strategies.

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    what page in the witherick book?
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    (Original post by peter qwert)
    wheres that from?
    I'm not sure of the source(s) of these but here they are:
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    (Original post by peter qwert)
    what page in the witherick book?
    Oh I don't think its from the book. But its by Michael Witherick I read it in an examiner report.

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    (Original post by oxoxsara)
    I'm not sure of the source(s) of these but here they are:
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    Isn't it better to just use one? Although I like the idea of the principles of social, environmental and economic acting as a foundation to sustainability in the stool.

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    (Original post by lala121)
    Isn't it better to just use one? Although I like the idea of the principles of social, environmental and economic acting as a foundation to sustainability in the stool.

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    Yeah I would think it'd be better to use one also. I find the stool of sustainability better to work with as I can analyse my case studies against each 'leg' (enviro, soc & economic) to see the different degrees of sustainability
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    (Original post by lala121)
    Oh I don't think its from the book. But its by Michael Witherick I read it in an examiner report.

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    Thanks , anyone going into the exam with a pre prepared intro and methodology?
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    Has anybody got any good case studies and information to share?
 
 
 
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