Can we actually measure resilience?
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Resilience is a concept that is being applied to many different domains, from infrastructure’s response to extreme events to a child facing domestic violence. “Is there a common unit of resilience, relevant to all those different cases?” was the question behind a study recently published in the journal Earth’s Future.
The SDGs on Zero Hunger and Clean Water and Sanitation can’t be achieved without each other, so where do we start?16.11.18
The 2015-2030 period has become a crucial time for progress in global sustainable development: The …Read more
New methods in implementing an irrigation scheme bring notable impact16.11.18
Efficient water use, higher crop yields and improved farmer incomes Impacts of huge investments in…Read more
Significant progress in pearl millet pre-breeding to develop drought- and blast-resistant varieties16.11.18
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Efforts to develop pearl millet with improved resistance to drought and blast disease recently got…Read more