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Journal Articles & Books
January 2023
Nigeria

Recently urban regions are experiencing prolonged heat exposure due to climate change and increased population expansion Physiological psychological and behavioural measures improve residents thermal comfort to solve the overheating issues generated by the scenario However adaptive strategies have not been clearly categorized based on the building construction process This paper systematically

Peer-reviewed publication
January 2023
Global

Gasoline is the primary fuel used in small cars, and the exhaust emissions from gasoline combustion have a significant impact on the atmosphere. Efforts to clean up gasoline have therefore focused primarily on reducing the olefin and sulfur content of gasoline, while maintaining as much of the octane content as possible.

January 2023
Tunisia

The mobile seed cleaning machine improves the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Tunisia by significantly enhancing seed quality, increasing crop production, reducing workload and costs, and promoting local value chains and social cohesion.

Peer-reviewed publication
January 2023
Global

Vegetable extraction has been considered a new paradigm of adequate development for the Amazon Region by ecological movements, international organizations, and foreign governments. This study evaluates whether the supply of extractive products transformed into economic value can ensure the livelihood of families and prevent deforestation.

January 2023
India

The agricultural activities contribute to the largest share of water consumption in the arid and semi-arid basins.

January 2023
Global

Declining land productivity is a major problem constraining banana (Musa spp.) production in Tanzania. Banana fruit yield consequently reaches only 15% of the potential, primarily due to inadequate soil nutrient replenishment.

Peer-reviewed publication
January 2023
Global

Soil salinization is considered a type of global-scale soil degradation, whereby excessive salinity severely diminishes soil health, which is primarily manifested through disrupted soil structures and reduced fertility. Furthermore, plant growth capacity is inhibited, and productivity is diminished.

January 2023
Tanzania
United States of America
Norway
Canada

AbstractContext and background:The Sagara hills provide key ecosystem services to the communities in Kongwa and Mpwapwa districts in Dodoma region. In particular, the hills provide watershed services which is vital in a challenging semi-arid condition.

Establishment of Land Management Instruments and Institutional Framework to Address Land Abandonment
Reports & Research
February 2022
Armenia

The agricultural sector in Armenia contributes around 20 percent to gross domestic product and provides employment to around 40 percent of the country’s labour force. The backbone of agriculture in the country is represented by smallholders and family farms.

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