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January 2022
France

A companion to the OECD States of Fragility 2022 report, this paper analyses the drivers and effects of climate and environmental risks in the Sahel,focusing on increasing food insecurity, rapid urbanisation and intensified mining. It outlines options for improved policy responses by providers of development co-operation.

Reports & Research
April 2021
France

Un guide pour faciliter la déclinaison du SRADDET dans les Plans Climat Air Energie Territorial (PCAET)

L’approbation du Schéma Régional d’Aménagement, de Développement Durable et d’Égalité des Territoires (SRADDET) de la Région SUD, le 15 octobre 2019, marque une étape décisive en actant la stratégie régionale d’aménagement à horizon 2030 / 2050.

Peer-reviewed publication
March 2021
France
Thailand

Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs), including Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) architectures, have obtained successful outcomes in timeseries analysis tasks. While RNNs demonstrated favourable performance for Land Cover (LC) change analyses, few studies have explored or quantified the geospatial data characteristics required to utilize this method.

Peer-reviewed publication
February 2021
France
Hungary
Poland
United States of America

Agricultural development is determined by various factors, such as environmental, economic, demographic, or social circumstances. In order to present the level of this development as com-prehensively as possible, a multidimensional analysis should be carried out with an appropriate methodology.

Peer-reviewed publication
February 2021
Canada
Colombia
Czech Republic
Spain
France
United Kingdom
Italy
United States of America
South Africa
Southern Africa
Europe

Today, the design and remodeling of urban environments is being sought in order to achieve green, healthy, and sustainable cities. The effect of air pollution in cities due to vehicle combustion gases is an important part of the problem.

Peer-reviewed publication
February 2021
Central African Republic
Spain
France
Guatemala
Philippines
Romania
United States of America

Human–wildlife interactions (HWI) were frequent in the post-socialist period in the mountain range of Central European countries where forest habitats suffered transitions into built-up areas. Such is the case of the Upper Prahova Valley from Romania. In our study, we hypothesized that the increasing number of HWI after 1990 could be a potential consequence of woodland loss.

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