New book: "Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being"
IPSI member the Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (FFTC), located in Chinese Taipei, recently published a book titled “Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being”, edited by former FFTC Director Dr. Kuo-Ching Lin and Dr. Kuang-Chung Lee from IPSI member National Dong Hwa University, along with an editorial team also including the IPSI Secretariat’s Researcher Evonne Yiu. The book includes chapters from a wide array of authors on biodiversity, agriculture, area-based conservation, and other topics with a Satoyama Initiative perspective, including several from IPSI members. This should be another great resource for the IPSI community, and readers are strongly recommended to take a look.
The book is available for download from the FFTC website here.