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In ‘The Independent’, Nora Berrahmouni, a forestry officer for FAO and Michele Bozzano, forestry researcher at Bioversity International, point out that for the Green Wall project to succeed, “you need to plant the right [tree] species…
Study on the East Africa Dairy Development project provides insights into agricultural innovation processes
A new study on agricultural innovation systems takes an in-depth look at the East Africa Dairy Development project and its innovative approach to enhancing dairy farmers’ access to inputs, credit and animal health services. The study was publishe…
Japan shows it is possible to have an industrially efficient, technology oriented society and still effectively manage common resources.
Economic Analysis of Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Selected Coastal Areas in Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam
Climate change with its attendant geophysical hazards is well studied. A great deal of attention has gone into analyzing climate change impacts as well as searching out possible mitigating adaptive strategies. These matters are very real concerns, espe…
Unravelling the role of innovation platforms in supporting co-evolution of innovation: Contributions and tensions in a smallholder dairy development programme
Unravelling the role of innovation platforms in supporting co-evolution of innovation: Contributions and tensions in a smallholder dairy development programme Kilelu, C.W.; Klerkx, L.; Leeuwis, C.
Quantitative trait loci for resistance to Haemonchus contortus artificial challenge in Red Maasai and Dorper sheep of East Africa
Quantitative trait loci for resistance to Haemonchus contortus artificial challenge in Red Maasai and Dorper sheep of East Africa Marshall, K.; Mugambi, J.M.; Nagda, S.; Sonstegard, T.S.; Tassell, C.P. van; Baker, R.L.; Gibson, J.P.
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