Agricultural land policies

Sustainable land management Sustainable land use and protection of soils play a key role in food, climate, and human security. For this reason, the human management of soil resources will have wide-ranging consequences on human security for generations to come. The United Nations Convention to...
INTRODUCTION According to the Agricultural Census in 2013, there were 14.2 million (55.2%) smallholder farms with an average farm size of less than 0.5 hectare. Consistent with the general pattern in developing countries, the trend of small holder farms in Indonesia is increasing but the...
ABSTRACT Earlier land reform initiatives and Operation Land Transfer (OLT) covering rice and corn lands in 1972 was expanded in 1987 to cover all crops pursuant to the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL). Studies on land reform and productivity have varied findings on the impact of the...
ABSTRACT The respective jurisdictions of concerned agencies with respect to public and ancestral lands are defined in DAR-DENR-LRA-NCIP Joint Administrative Order (JAO) No. 1, Series of 2012.  The principles of agrarian reform, stewardship and ancestral lands are observed   in...
Background China’s land reclamation was developed under special historical circumstance in order to bear the national missions. Alter 60-year development, it has established 1780 state-owned farms, 5400 state-owned or state-holding enterprises in 31 provinces, autonomous regions and...