natural resource management

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Publications
Select 2019 journal articles from PIM and partners on natural resource governance.
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There is growing awareness that water management rules must be adapted to the specific social-ecological-technical context - but this remains a major challenge.
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Land tenure rights are widely recognized as being central to advancing sustainable development goals, but they are only one part of the picture. As it happens, tenure rights to trees are entangled with, but different from, those to land, meaning both must be acknowledged to incentivize stewardship of the landscape by local communities.
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Last week was a tough one for our small group of IFPRI researchers in Accra. On Tuesday, we delivered a message to one of our partner organizations there that its project to promote integrated soil fertility management (ISFM) to Ghanaian smallholders did not yield any measurable impacts during the course of our two-year evaluation.
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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?
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Policy seminar co-organized by CGIAR Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC); International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); and CGIAR Research
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The next Inter-Conference Symposium of the International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE) will take place on October 17-20, 2017 in
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This story originally published by the NewSecurityBeat blog and featuring the Collaborating for Resilience initiative tells what structured efforts to create inclusive dialogue
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Cross-posted from Aquatic Agricultural Systems Conflict over environmental resources is increasingly a threat to rural people’s livelihoods. Building dialogue among competing