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Reports & Research
Diciembre 2016

Over recent decades, Vietnam’s agricultural sector has made enormous progress, realizing major gains in productivity and output and contributing to national goals related to food security, poverty reduction, social stability, and trade. Nevertheless, there are growing concerns related to the…

Training Resources & Tools
Diciembre 2016

Over recent decades, Vietnam’s agricultural sector has made enormous progress, realizing major gains in productivity and output and contributing to national goals related to food security, poverty reduction, social stability, and trade. Nevertheless, there are growing concerns related to the…

Reports & Research
Diciembre 2016

In the last four years Myanmar’s economy has seen a slight shift away from agriculture toward industry and services. This may mark the beginning of a structural transformation away from a rural, agricultural economy toward a more urban, industrial and service-based economy. Urbanization and job…

Training Resources & Tools
Diciembre 2016

In the last four years Myanmar’s economy has seen a slight shift away from agriculture toward industry and services. This may mark the beginning of a structural transformation away from a rural, agricultural economy toward a more urban, industrial and service-based economy. Urbanization and job…

Policy Papers & Briefs
Noviembre 2016

The Hive design relies on a honeycomb structural system built with prefabricated mass-timber pods that are arranged in an alternating pattern similar to other efficient, high-strength structures commonly found in nature and occurring at a cellular level in timber and other plant forms. This…

Reports & Research
Noviembre 2016

Australia biodiversity conservation tour: building capacity of Fijian forestry ministry professionals

Policy Papers & Briefs
Noviembre 2016

The Flexi-Bach design is based on the lifecycle of a household and is intended to accommodate the evolving size of households in New Zealand where a large increase in single and double person homes is expected. This poster is one of a selection of entries from the TREEHOUSING International Wood…

Journal Articles & Books
Septiembre 2016

Les terres arides couvrent près de la moitié de la surface terrestre et abritent un tiers de la population mondiale. Elles sont confrontées à des défis hors du commun, notamment ceux posés par la désertification, la perte de biodiversité, la pauvreté, l’insécurité alimentaire et les changements…

Reports & Research
Septiembre 2016

A spatial econometric model is used to link road upgrading to forest clearing and biodiversity loss in the moist tropical forests of Bolivia, Cameroon, and Myanmar. Using 250-meter cells, the model estimates the relationship between the rate of forest clearing in a cell and its distance to the…

Policy Papers & Briefs
Septiembre 2016

A spatial econometric model is used to link road upgrading to forest clearing and biodiversity loss in the moist tropical forests of Bolivia, Cameroon, and Myanmar. Using 250-meter cells, the model estimates the relationship between the rate of forest clearing in a cell and its distance to the…

Policy Papers & Briefs
Julio 2016

The family Nautilidae are found throughout tropical Asia Pacific region, but restricted to deep fore-reef slopes from 200–700 m in depth. Nautilus pompilius has the most widespread distribution, with other species having a more limited distribution.The low productivity of nautilids (late…

Policy Papers & Briefs
Julio 2016

Les Nautilidae se retrouvent partout dans les régions tropicales de l'Asie et du Pacifique, mais leur répartition est limitée aux pentes récifales profondes allant de 200-700 m de profondeur. Le Nautilus pompilius est le plus répandu, alors que les autres espèces sont plus limitées. Leur…