Brexit can be understood as a radical attempt to arrest Britain’s decline by setting sail for a future based on a nostalgic vision of the past, says Noragric PhD Fellow Paul Beaumont in 'Global Affairs'. Read more.
New Noragric study looks at how REDD+ is implemented in terms of decision-making and local participation in a district of Tanzania. Mary Nantongo, Arild Vatn & Pål Vedeld in 'Forest Policy and Economics'.
Biodiversity conservation strategies that overlook the interests of local people are prone to create conflicts. A new study with Noragric's Erik Gómez-Baggethun assesses the extent to which ecosystem services have been implemented in conservation strategies in two outstanding protected areas in Spain.
Pastoralist societies including the Borana people in Ethiopia are known for their strong social networks that have both social and livelihood-related purposes. A new Noragric study by Abiyot Anbacha and Darley Kjosavik explores these social networks in the context of food security.
Uganda has extensive protected areas and iconic wildlife including mountain gorillas. This new book assesses the country's recent role in complex conservation challenges. Co-edited by Noragric postdoc Connor Cavanagh and PhD alumnus David Mwesigye Tumusiime.