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Environmental Impact Assessment (Volume IV ) of Livestock Production in Grassland and Mixed Rainfed Systems in Temperate Zones and Grassland and Mixed-Rainfed Systems in Humid and Subhumid Tropic and Subtropic Zones (Except Africa) Year of Publication: 1996
Environmental Impact Assessment (Volume I) of Livestock Production in Grassland and Mixed Rainfed Systems in Temperate Zones and Grassland and Mixed-Rainfed Systems in Humid and Subhumid Tropic and Subtropic Zones (Except Africa) Year of Publication: 1996
Bringing back the forests. Policies and practices for degraded lands and forests Year of Publication: 2003
Livestock and Gender: A Winning PairYear of Publication: 2000
Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food SecurityYear of Publication: 2012
Aspects determining the risk of pesticides to wild beesYear of Publication: 2013
التفريغ الاصطناعي الصدفيات - دليل عمليYear of Publication: 2007
[20/09/2012] MA in Development Studies, Major in Agrarian and Environmental Studies (AES) at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague, one of Europe’s leading centres for international development studies
Can we feed the world and achieve economic development while conserving ecosystems and improving the livelihoods of peasants and the rural poor? How do we understand and tackle the interlinked...
Call for Papers Abstract deadline: September 14, 2012 Land, and the natural resources it holds, is under unprecedented transformation due to multiple factors including population increase,...
Reshape use of landLand is again a priority in international development research and cooperation. Large-scale land acquisitions have become a hot topic. New actors – both foreign and domestic – are...
[05/04/2012] Fellowships for participation in the course "Local governance and rural decentralistion" (February 2013)
Centre for Development Innovation (CDI) at Wageningen UR New alignments between Government, Business and Civil SocietyNowadays the role of governments is shifting towards creating an enabling...
“AN ambitious biodiesel project which was allocated over 8,000 hectares of land by Kisarawe district officials in 2008 is in trouble. Employees and casual workers of Sun Biofuels Plc,...
“In Mato Grosso do Sul, a region located in the southwest of Brazil, sugar cane plantations are gaining ground. The Dutch mineral oil company Shell has turned into the most powerful landowner...
[01/08/2011] Tenth RRI Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change: Common approaches to dealing with the challenges of food security and climate change in forests and agriculture
Organizers: Rights and Resources Initiative and Oxfam in collaboration with IS Academy on Land Governance (LANDac), Netherlands, and EcoAgriculture Partners RRI and Oxfam are proud to announce...
“Biofuels offer the promise of carbon-neutral fuels to replace conventional fossil fuels, although some studies show that under some conditions, they can cause more climate problems than they...
“Together with the global Land Action Research Network and Dutch based LANDac, the journal of Development put together a series of articles on global land grabs as the first issue of...
“This report - produced by Haki Ardhi, a land rights NGO in Tanzania - is of two case studies of land grabbing based on field research carried out by the authors, Chambi Chachage and Bernard...