women in agriculture
gender, that is socially constructed relations between men and women, is an organizing element of existing farming systems worldwide and a determining factor of ongoing agricultural restructuring. current trends in agricultural market liberalization and in the reorganization of farm work, as well as the rise of environmental and sustainability concerns are redefining the links between gender and development. the proportion of women in agricultural production and postharvest activities ranges from 20 to 70%; their involvement is increasing in many developing countries, particularly with the development of export-oriented irrigated farming, which is associated with a growing demand for female labor, including migrant workers.
when we see the lunar phases we are only seeing one side of the moon and this side is called the sunlight side of the moon
the north and south axis.
i would say trading. china has the largest population of any other country in the world, over 1 billion people live there. i doubt there's anywhere someone hasn't explored already. plus, with more than 1 billion people there, all the land is needed, either for living on, or using for farming. live stock could also be a option, but america's livestock system is pretty set in place. i don't think we need anymore animals imported from other countries. trading is the only viable option left. a lot of our trading is with china. it is not uncommon to look at something you own and then see the made in china on it.