4 million acres of land from landholders
in different parts of the country.
7,039 requests for permits, licences, leases and planning referrals provided to landholders
, scale, agency, entanglements, Australia
Seeney added that Adani would be required to have an agreement with all affected landholders
that the miner would identify and provide alternative water supplies hit by its groundwater and water bores.
He said that the policy was being formulated to take care of the small landholders
, who despite being in large number, were not getting prices for their produce due to the role of the middleman.
Last but not least, the fact cannot be denied that small landholders
are themselves decision makers who ultimately decide whether to act or not and they are builders of their own fate.
constitute 60 to 70 percent of the population associated with the agriculture to earn livelihoods in most of the developing countries.
Implementation of this market-based instrument in the Desert Uplands region of western Queensland saw landholders
join forces to protect biodiversity across a corridor of remnant grassland (rangeland), spanning 11 properties and 62 000 ha, and a further 22 992 ha of unconnected remnant vegetation.
Yet by the indigo riots of the 1860s, when the colonial government supported European planters' interests over those of local peasants and landholders
, Bengali bhadralok started to distinguish themselves from British legal and cultural practices.
In three regions of the South Australian rangelands we interviewed people involved in the kangaroo industry as landholders
, harvesters or meat processors.
COUNTRYSIDE: The NAIS that is going around will be the worst pandemic the small landholder
will ever have.
He said encouraging small landholders
to continue to grow rubber plants is another solution for relieving supply shortages.