Living with the trees of life: Towards the transformation of tropical agriculture
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Written in an accessible and engaging style, this book takes a unique and positive approach to the issues facing agriculture. Presenting the real-life experiences of remote rural villages, it tells the story of how the trees that traditionally sustained the lives of hunter-gathers can now be brought into modern agriculture. In so doing, these highly nutritious crops can offer hope for resolving the big issues of poverty, malnutrition, hunger and environmental degradation.