2 edition of Linking poverty and the environment through commodity chain analysis found in the catalog.
Linking poverty and the environment through commodity chain analysis
M. D. Faminow
|Statement||Merle D. Faminow ... [et al.].|
|Series||Discussion paper series / Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme ;, discussion paper 2001-8, Discussion paper series (Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme) ;, discussion paper 2001-8.|
|Contributions||Faminow, M. D., International Centre for Research in Agroforestry., Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme.|
|LC Classifications||SD399.7 .L56 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||2002375791|
Jane L. Collins, New Directions in Commodity Chain Analysis of Global Development Processes, New Directions in the Sociology of Global Development, /S(05), (), (). Crossref. * To judge environmental impact of food, must take into account its whole life cycle. * The environment is affected at each link in the commodity chain. * Commodity Chain: Growing process > harvesting > processing > packaging > distribute > selling > home prep > disposal. * Resources used in production are in vain to.
Bargaining in the global commodity chain: the Asia Floor Wage Alliance nature of the trade and the emergence of global exchange through the buyer-driven commodity chain required new regulatory mechanisms for mechanism to capture low labour cost which was essentially poverty level wages. This is the essential ground within which the GPN. nomic analysis. We want to acknowledge, however, that while the commodity chain is an important part of cotton dynamics, it is not the only force at work in African cotton. There are new and interest-ing developments outside the commodity chain that work for change. Networks of African farmers are linking up with international ac-.
Downloadable! This paper gives an overview of different methodologies related to value chain analysis in the context of environment and trade research. Four major fields of methodologies are identified: Accounting of input-output flows, general computable equilibrium models, econometrics, and global commodity chain analysis. Accounting of flows includes different physical (e.g. life cycle. The value of the black market industry behind crimes such as ivory smuggling, illegal logging and toxic waste dumping has jumped by 26% since to .
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Theoretically linking the impact of value-chain activities on poverty, gender and the environment. The few attempts to quantitatively assess poverty impacts have been. They thank Jonathan Mitchell, Jodie Keane and Peter Gibbon for comments on earlier versions of this article, also participants in the ‘Workshop on Action Research Methodology for Integrating Poverty and Environmental Concerns into Value‐chain Analysis’, University Cited by: Create a link to share a read only version of this article with your colleagues and friends.
Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value‐chain analysis: a conceptual framework. Development Policy Review Dunaway, WA () Bringing commodity chain analysis back to its world-systems roots: rediscovering women’s work and Cited by: shows the build-up of costs along a specific commodity chain.
This can be complemented with an identification of the business service providers and what are considered to be the main Linking poverty and the environment through commodity chain analysis book factors in the external policy environment.
Value chain analysis is well suited to understanding how poor people in rural areas of. Linking poverty reduction and environmental management - policy challenges and opportunities (English) Abstract. Prepared as a contribution to the World Summit on Sustainable Development, the document focuses on ways to reduce poverty, and sustain growth.
The findings show the relevance of using a commodity chain analysis to highlight the linkages between, for example, food standards in the Global North and gendered exploitative work conditions in. Commodity chain analysis.
Commodity production touches down in local communities and has differential impacts on human bodies, communities, and ecosystems. This is often at the core of important questions raised by environmental justice (EJ) scholars and political ecologists.
A green job in one part of the world could be complicit with. The editors offer a compelling set of linked studies that detail one aspect of the globalization process in Africa, the cotton commodity chain.
From global policy debates, to impacts on the natural environment, to the economic and social implications of this process, Hanging by a Thread explores cotton production in the postcolonial period from.
Existing methodologies in Commodity Chain Analysis. Different methodologies have been developed for analysis of commodity chains. • 2 • Commodity Chain Analysis “l’approche filière”, is a value-free technique applied to analyzing existing marketing chains for agricultural commodities assessing how public policies, investments and.
A VC approach is based on a comprehensive look at the entire commodity chain, from producers to end-market consumers. Inherent in the VC approach is acknowledging that there are other stakeholders in the chain (in addition to the IFAD target group) and that they are interrelated; for.
A commodity chain refers to “a network of labor and production processes whose end result is a finished commodity.” The attention given to this concept has quickly translated into an expanding body of global chains literature.
Research into global commodity chains (GCC), and later global value chains (GVC), is an endeavor to explain the social and organizational structure of the. Commodity chain analyses allow modern day geographers to understand the process in which a resource is show more content Bythe Banana Empire ceased to exist due to Panama Disease, ongoing labour issues, the rise of new competition and the increased assertiveness of host country governments all contributed to the growing intricacy.
It is clear from the review "The Sustainable Commodity Chain and Responsible Tourism Businesses" that all actors associated with a commodity chain can promote tourism to StudentShare Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a.
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Poverty often causes people to put relatively more pressure on the environment which results in larger families (due to high death rates and insecurity), improper human waste disposal leading to unhealthy living conditions, more pressure on fragile land to meet their needs, overexploitation of natural resources and more deforestation.
Similarly, a commodity chain analysis framework can be used to examine how external forces (e.g., regulatory agencies and public critics) are captured or marginalized. The research is organized around three research objectives: 1) Document how various components of the commodity chain model developed for this proposal interact with the pulp and.
Grounds for Agreement: The Political Economy of the Coffee Commodity Chain - Kindle edition by Talbot, John M. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Grounds for Agreement: The Political Economy of the Coffee Commodity s: 2.
This book analyzes changes in the structure of the coffee commodity chain since World War II. It follows the typical consumer dollar spent on coffee in the developed world and shows how this dollar is divided up among the coffee growers, processors, states, and transnational corporations involved in the : $ This article aims to inform current debates in the field of transnational commodity studies through a Polanyian lens.
Polanyi reminds us of the need to pay attention to the “double movements” in which fictitious commodities are disembedded from and re-embedded in society. We focus on two fictitious commodities, labour and land, which are conventionally treated as mere inputs for the.
Designing interventions at scale Agricultural value chain development has become mainstream practice. Many published cases show successful realisation of links between producer groups and agri-industrial companies.
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Value Chain Analysis By Ovidijus Jurevicius | Definition “Value chain analysis (VCA) is a process where a firm identifies its primary and support activities that add value to its final product and then analyze these activities to reduce costs or increase differentiation.” “Value chain represents the internal activities a firm engages in when transforming inputs into outputs.”.Riisgaard, Lone and Bolwig, Simon and Ponte, Stefano and du Toit, Andries and Halberg, Niels and Matose, Frank, Integrating Poverty and Environmental Concerns into Value-Chain Analysis: A Strategic Framework and Practical Guide.
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