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28th April 2014 / Africa Hub news, Food & Agriculture

African Farmer: a new online game

African Farmer, a free, open source online game, has been launched by the Future Agricultures Consortium and the University of...
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13th January 2014 / China Hub news, Climate Change & Energy, News

Can Chinese innovation help address the climate crisis?

New research project explores lessons for 'low carbon innovation’ from world’s biggest polluter A unique new UK-China project launches today,...
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10th October 2013 / Resource politics, South Asia Hub news, Urbanisation, Water

Access to Water in peri-urban India

A new article examining the increasing inequalities around water provision in Delhi by STEPS Centre partner Alankar is published this week. Socio-Spatial Situatedness and...
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28th August 2013 / Food & Agriculture

Arguing about agronomy: the changing politics of agronomy research

A new article in Outlook on Agriculture explores how agronomy has been affected by social change since the 1970s. The science of...
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8th July 2013 / Food & Agriculture, Pastoralism, Resource politics

Getting the facts right on land grabs: 5 new (free) articles

As part of its series on land grabs, The Journal of Peasant Studies has released a collection of 5 new...
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Green grabbing
14th June 2012 / Pastoralism, Resource politics

Press release: Green grabs: the dark side of the green economy

Green’ market initiatives are increasing poverty. Local ecosystem stewardship must be nurtured instead. ‘Green grabbing’ -  the rapidly-growing appropriation of...
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