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Research news | 2018-03-08
New method to map livelihood benefits of ecosystem services for guiding future land use decisions in the Sahel
Research news | 2017-02-21
The impacts and benefits of agricultural landscapes are more visible through a resilience framework , new study argues
Research news | 2016-11-29
Study explores what a greener Sahel means beyond just satellite images – a social-ecological explanation
Research news | 2016-11-10
New method based on social-ecologically defined patches assess ecosystem services’ role for livelihoods in poor rural areas
Research news | 2014-03-22
New book introduces new framework for water governance and management
Research news | 2012-11-23
Holistic approaches to sub-Saharan farming can unlock poverty traps
Research news | 2009-12-18
The future of the drought-prone region of Sahel has long looked grim, but might now provide a glimmer of hope for climate change mitigation.
Research news | 2009-05-12
Centre PhD thesis explores small-scale water systems in sub-Saharan Africa
Research news | 2008-12-17
- A promising tool for development, say researchers
Research news | 2008-09-24
But only under certain conditions