Comments on: Planning for climate-smart agricultural landscapes: The case of Kenya’s Kericho-Mau landscape https://www.agricultureday.org Fri, 30 Nov 2012 20:52:48 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.3 By: david https://www.agricultureday.org/ideas-marketplace/planning-for-climate-smart-agricultural-landscapes-the-case-of-kenyas-kericho-mau-landscape/#comment-15 Fri, 30 Nov 2012 12:50:41 +0000 http://www.agricultureday.org/?page_id=599#comment-15 being born at the slopes of mau forest,i have seen its slow death as careless people cut down trees and burn the remainder, as the government watch.i have also experienced the outcome of the above through changes in climate,the drying up and death of the ecosystem of

lake nakuru and lake elementaita respectively.the only solution is to reclaim the forest back ,fence it and deploy serious forest management.

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By: Greg Robie https://www.agricultureday.org/ideas-marketplace/planning-for-climate-smart-agricultural-landscapes-the-case-of-kenyas-kericho-mau-landscape/#comment-10 Tue, 27 Nov 2012 19:23:57 +0000 http://www.agricultureday.org/?page_id=599#comment-10 Urban-centric economic models, like globalized debt-based, limited liability law enabled capitalism, with it’s inherent specialization of labor, is, systemically, an anamatha to such yielding an outcome that is sustainable. History teaches us that every human society “succeeding” in this “accomplishment” fails. I’ll not argue that what I read above is LessStupid than what’s the norm and has gifted us with anthropogenic climate change and klimakatastrophe, but isn’t it delusional to call being LessStupid “smart”? Remember Forst Gump’s Mama: “Stupid is what stupid does.” How about calling it CLSA?

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