Nutrition transition in South African cities
In the context of South Africa’s “triple burden” of disease, urban anthropometric patterns are not changing in the same way for everyone.
African data can bring fresh insights to management and social entrepreneurship studies
Originally posted on the LSE Business Review, SIID fellow David Littlewood with Diane Holt, Ans Kolk and Miguel Rivera-Santos, argue that ethnic identification shapes managerial practice.
How changing urban diets are linked to poor health and climate change
SIID and Grantham Centre researchers attended the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in December 2015. In this blog, ScHARR Professor, Michelle Holdsworth, discusses how unhealthy diets globally are both a cause and an effect of climate change.
New directions in historical climate-society research
SIID fellow, Matthew Hanaford, explores how the past can inform current challenges around climate change.
Collaboration in international development research: Getting the lie of the land in Ethiopia
Chris Flower reflects on his recent visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as part of his collaborative PhD with the International Land Coalition.