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Agricultural Practices vary geographically and internationally.

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As the world population is estimated to be over 9 billion by 2050, there is a growing demand to increase the quantity and quality of food. Good agricultural practices should be applied in order to create safe and wholesome food for consumers or further processing. This Toolbox delves into different agricultural practices that can contribute towards duly responding to this growing demand. The measures suggested in this Toolbox take into consideration their different accompanying environmental impacts, which are discussed within each tool.

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The Toolbox contains knowledge and methods to revive the land, use synergies and develop degraded rural settings. Each entity in the Toolbox consists of a video and a short summary introducing the topic, a literature review for a more in depth insight into the topic, as well as a quiz to test your knowledge on the subject.

These publications are a result of collaboration with Master students, PhD students and researchers at the Institute of Wastewater Management and Water Protection at Hamburg University of Technology. They are concerned with restoring degraded areas and creating new, not just inhabitable, but liveable spaces. All RUVIVAL publications are available in the readings section for free as a download as we support open access and source.

Furthermore, each toolbox contains a variety of other tools like calculators, manuals, handbooks or a database according to the topic.

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RUVIVAL produces e-learning material concerned with sustainable rural development. The project exists since 2016 as part of the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). The RUVIVAL Team produces the material at the Institute of Wastewater Management and Water Protection (AWW) as part of the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH).

The aim is to spread knowledge on sustainable practices. This e-learning website gives you the tools to implement sustainable practices in the area of sanitation, water and soil conservation.

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October 29, 2019





Marcel Busch

Melanie Busch

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