Why lower-income countries shouldn’t follow the example of rich countries for their water management
This blog post is written by Joseph Hook, a PhD researcher in the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield, and it discusses the potential problems associated with developing countries modelling their water management on a ‘western ideal’. The lack of a well-developed infrastructure is a serious obstacle to prosperity in areas […]
The Sisyphean task of addressing carbon emissions through forest conservation: reflections from a REDD+ workshop
Can forests save the world from the climate crisis?
Practicing Agro-forestry in Combuyo, Bolivia.
An introduction to agro-forestry
Accounting for biodiversity’s role in promoting sustainable livelihoods
Smallholder farmers are facing a crisis.
Reflections on change in Irqwa Da’aw, Mbulu, Tanzania
Part of the Longterm Livelihood Change in Tanzania project, documenting changes in rural Tanzanian communities.
Animals are victims of human conflict, so can conservation help build peace in warzones?
More than 70% of Africa’s national parks have been affected by war in recent decades, and wildlife has suffered as a result.