Fishing with a new research method nets bountiful insights

To better understand fisheries, scientists applied a review method from the medical world. A new analysis brings together evidence from 31 articles in a wide range of contexts around the world. Fisheries are used as a particular lens for addressing the broader question for natural resource management: Given the complexity and diversity of socio-ecological systems around the world, how can we devise the best ways to intervene to promote sustainability?

“We are all part of the problem”: Karen Brooks’ keynote address at The Crawford Fund Annual Conference on food waste and loss

"This is my fridge; we are all part of the problem", admitted our director, Dr Karen Brooks, showing the first slide of her presentation to the participants of The Crawford Fund’s annual conference this year. Titled “Waste Not, Want Not: The Circular Economy to Food Security”, the 2016 conference was just held in Canberra, Australia, on August 29-30 >> Read more

PIM contributes to the Global Gender and Environment Outlook

The Global Gender and Environment Outlook (GGEO), a collaborative project between the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and strategic partners, is the first comprehensive global assessment of inter-linkages between gender and the environment. In advance of the report’s release later this year, GGEO: The Critical Issues, an abridged version of the report, was presented at the >> Read more