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A Research Brief Based on EfD Discussion Paper 22-06, Unmasking the Mystery of the Varying Benefits from Electrification (2022), by Nicholas Kilimani and Edward Bbaale (Makerere University, Kampala...

2 May 2022 | Research Brief | Uganda

Being mostly rural, Dar es Salaam has always been characterized by greenery and more recently by green space development. However, the values of these spaces are often not known. Note that these…

11 January 2022 | Research Brief | Tanzania

• Small-scale fisheries play an essential role in food security for both fishing and non-fishing households. • Small-scale fisheries play a double role in fishing households: household consumption and…

16 December 2021 | Research Brief | Colombia

Summary. Chile has established unique marine resource user rights to reduce resource over-exploitation and expand economic opportunities in coastal areas. These rights sometimes overlap, so that one…

8 October 2021 | Research Brief | Chile

Implications for Participatory Forest Management and Payments to Communities for Ecosystem Services Communities living near Kenya’s forests place a monetary value on conservation. Mountain forests are…

12 April 2021 | Research Brief | South Africa

Key Points This paper evaluates the performance of Chinese fisheries management compared to top-performing fisheries in the world. It gives insights into the reforms and policy changes that China is…

22 January 2021 | Research Brief | China

Many countries have implemented policies to tackle climate change, with Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) being one of the foremost attempts. Under such schemes, firms receive emission allowances. The…

12 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

Key Points Shale gas can meet a substantial portion of China’s gas demand. Shale gas development in China is financially viable. Competitive market and advanced technologies can accelerate shale gas…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

The triple-bottom-line (TBL) approach defines successful fisheries as those which are ecologically sustainable, capable of generating profits to fishermen, and socially accepted. This approach has…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | Colombia