HIMALDOC 15 records found  1 - 10next  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Year: 2016
Groundwater is a common-pool resource that is subject to depletion in many places around the world as a result of increased use of irrigation and water-demanding cash crops
Read More
Year: 2016
Summary Ownership of assets is important for poverty reduction, and women’s control of assets is associated with positive development outcomes at the household and individual levels
Read More
Year: 2014
Groundwater is a common pool resource which experience depletion in many places around the world
Read More
Year: 2014
While the role of secure property rights contributing to sustainable natural resource management is increasingly recognized, translating that into practice is more challenging, especially in developing countries
Read More
Year: 2009
Even with abundant evidence of the urgent need for action on climate change mitigation, there are still those who consider mitigation strategies a burden
Read More
Year: 2008
This policy brief outlines the gender implications of the recent food price crisis and how it impacts on poor and vulnerable households
Year: 2008
The current food price crisis has received widespread attention, but discussions to date have largely overlooked the gender dimensions of the crisis
Read More
Year: 2007
Rights over land and other natural resources play a fundamental role in human society
Read More
Year: 2007
Poverty and hunger cannot be conquered without meeting the specific needs of poor women
Read More
Year: 2005
Internationally there is growing understanding that water rights are important and that a lack of effective water rights systems creates major problems for the management of increasingly scarce water supplies
Read More
HIMALDOC 15 records found  1 - 10next  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
email alert or subscribe to the RSS feed.
Haven't found what you were looking for? Try your search on other servers:
Meinzen-Dick, R. in TERI