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Year: 2009
About three quarters of the world’s poor live in rural areas
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Year: 2009
Every year, millions of people are internally displaced and resettled in the wake of wars and floods or to make way for large-scale development projects, and this number is increasing
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Year: 2009
Climate change will bring with it increased frequency of two types of natural disasters that affect agriculture and rural households: droughts and floods
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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
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Year: 2009
Of the fve principal global carbon pools, the ocean pool is the largest at 38
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Year: 2009
Facilitating carbon sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems could provide a signifcant amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) abatement, which is necessary to limit global temperature increases to only 2 degrees Celsius in the next century until more permanent mitigation strategies are instituted
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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
What is the best way to control and measure corruption? This paper outlines a method devised by the author which measures corruption and uses it to evaluate alternative strategies to reduce corruption on an Indonesian road-building project
Year: 2008
After 30 years of dynamic growth and substantial poverty reduction in Asia, do agriculture and rural development still have a role to play in that region? The policy briefs in this collection provide abundant evidence that they do
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Year: 2008
For several years, Euromontana has been working on mountain quality food products
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