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Abstract In this study, the effect of galena mining with respect to heavy metal pollution of groundwater, surface water, soil and sediments in Enyimagalagu and Mkpuma-Akpatakpa Communities in Ebonyi…

17 August 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

/Biomass decline is a vital threat for small-scale fisheries, but lack of data affects our ability to understand both biomass development and fishers’ adaptation. This study contributes to the…

8 September 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Abstract This study assessed the human health risk of exposure to legacy PAHs in the Nwaenebo River sediments that received effluents for over two decades from the Nigeria National Petroleum…

13 July 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Key findings Soil conservation activities (i.e., mixed cropping) in the south-south and northwest regions of the country in 2015 are influenced by a high prevalence of neighbours’ activities in 2012…

22 August 2022 | Research Brief | Ghana, Nigeria

The conflict between farmers and herders is affecting agricultural productions in Nigeria. One of the worst hit are rural households who face the dilemma of renting less or more croplands. Risks are...

30 June 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Abstract Food security in many developing countries has been threatened by several factors such as unequal land distribution, ineffective land reform policies, inefficient agricultural value chains…

30 June 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Abstract Soil erosion is one of the most devastating issues that farmers face in Nigeria and in many rural communities in the Global South. Studies on factors that affect soil conservation may…

18 May 2022 | EfD Discussion Paper | Nigeria

The challenge of marine plastic pollution could be better tackled by involving the people at household level. But are the people willing to cooperate? This study examined the willingness of...

26 May 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria

Abstract Gender inequality is one of the main drivers of food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa, as it is the main threat to the agricultural production activities of women due to climate change. The…

2 June 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Nigeria