New book argues that resource extraction plays a central role in defining our time and the character of our greatest existential threat - climate change. Co-written by staff and students at NMBU, including co-editor John-Andrew McNeish.
En litteraturgjennomgang ledet av Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige universitet (NMBU) og Universitetet i Oxford finner at mange internasjonalt finansierte klimatilpasningsprosjekter snarere enn å redusere sårbarheten for klimaendringer faktisk forsterker, flytter eller skaper nye kilder til sårbarhet i utviklingsland.
The development of dromedary (Arabian camel) farming is just one of the recommendations of a new book on ways to adapt food production in Mali to climate change, one of the main drivers of hunger in the country.
Noragric teamed up with the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) to examine how ecosystem services contribute to satisfying basic human needs among the population of Lofoten in northern Norway.
Whilst the decline in pastoralism in the Himalayan region of Nepal is affected by escalating climate change impacts, non-climatic factors such as policy and globalization are more influential in its decline, says new study with Noragric's Bishal Sitaula.