Factors leading to agro-biodiversity loss in developing countries: the case of Nepal

@article{Upreti2004FactorsLT,
  title={Factors leading to agro-biodiversity loss in developing countries: the case of Nepal},
  author={Bishnu Raj Upreti and Yamuna Ghale Upreti},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={1607-1621}
}
This article is concerned with factors contributing to agro-biodiversityloss in Nepal. The aim of this paper is to analyse the causes ofagro-biodiversity loss and draw out some concrete recommendations. The fieldstudy was conducted in six districts of Nepal using qualitative researchmethods. These methods were focused group discussion, key informant interview,informal discussion, semi-structured interview and transact. The paper concludesthat commercialisation of agriculture, the weak policy… CONTINUE READING

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