Sustainable Exploitation of Renewable Resources

This paper examines the huge number of variables involved in achieving the maximum potential yield in a sustainable manner, and looks at why it is often small-scale community or privately owned institutions that are the most successful at doing it.

A Knowledge Review on Integrated Landscape Approaches

Holistic and multi-transdisciplinary approaches, where multiple goals are achieved in order to improve resilience in societies and ecosystems in the short, medium, and long term, are ideal, even utopian. Hence, science has come together with practical experiences that highlight the importance of working at a ‘landscape’ level.
Published in MDPI

A sustainable livelihoods framework for the 21st century

This paper proposes a reformulation of the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework (SLF) fit for the 21st century. The article explores the rise and usage of the original SLF, highlighting how its popularity among development practitioners emerged both from its practical focus, and its depoliticization of wider shifts in the development landscape at the time.
Published by ScienceDirect