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Abstract The sustainability of global fisheries has emerged as a major concern for the future of marine biodiversity. In the spheres of seafood production and consumption, strict regulation of…

17 August 2021 | Peer Reviewed | India

Abstract There is a close connection between energy and development outcomes. Therefore, energy constraints could adversely influence development outcomes. Consequently, building resilience to energy…

11 August 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Ghana, Global Hub

Abstract Globally, small-scale gold mining (SSGM) is an important economic option for many rural poor. It involves local uses of shared resources, like common-pool contexts for which self-governance…

5 August 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Abstract Shrimp is not only one of the world’s most valuable aquaculture species, but also a species that encounter high economic losses due to diseases. Diseases are sufficiently important to…

21 December 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Agricultural Land-Use Change (ALUC) is a major driver of global environmental change, not least via its direct impact on the sustainability and resilience of the rural economy. Its drivers are complex…

18 January 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Market trends in many developing countries indicate that selling agricultural produce to itinerant traders at the farmgate has been rising, despite criticism that the practice preys on and exploits…

17 November 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Kenya

The results of this research study serve as a cautionary piece of evidence for policy makers interested in reducing electricity consumption during peak hours, which can be potentially achieved with...

4 March 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

The chapter by Shoibal Chakravarty and E. Somonathan focuses on coal, which accounts for a whopping 64% of India’s CO2 emissions in 2021. Since coal combustion also releases other deadly pollutants…

11 October 2021 | Book Chapter | India

Abstract Increasing demand for tropical hardwood and logging bans for natural teak forests have led to expanding teak plantations. Forest growth factors, briefly summarized in this chapter, may guide…

7 October 2021 | Book Chapter | Colombia

We study how partners in a household make decisions for themselves and for their spouses regarding intertemporal choices in a field experiment in rural China. We find that men, but not women, make…

21 March 2022 | Peer Reviewed | China