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Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration Exploring the Potential for Climate Change Adaptation Stategies in Rural Areas
Secretariat Aquaponics Ethiopia:Developing a business model for sustainable implementation of small scale aquaponics systems improving food and nutrition security of rural and peri-urban households in Ethiopia.
Secretariat Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)
Secretariat Agroforestry and Forestry
Secretariat Resilience management of Fynbos commercial species in the Cape Floristic Region (CFR), South Africa.
Secretariat Improving oil palm yield on smallholder peatland plots in Indonesia.
Secretariat Closing the soybean yield gap on smallholder farmers fields in Southern Africa
Secretariat Coffee-banana systems in Uganda
Secretariat Resource use andsoil fertility management for sustained cassava production in West Africa.
Secretariat Optimum management of phosphorus fertilizer in cropland of China
Secretariat Improving nitrogen fixation in common bean and soybean in Rwanda
Secretariat Impact of sustainable intensification of agricultural production through legume technologies on smallholder farming systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
Secretariat Towards environmentally sustainable and equitable palm oil: promoting sustainable pathways by exploring connections between flows, networks and systems at multiple level- SUSPENSE
Secretariat Pathways to agroecological intensification of sorghum and millet cropping systems in Southern Mali.
Secretariat From Diagnosis to Design: Explaining yield gaps and resource use efficiency at farm and farming system level to explore options for sustainable intensification
Secretariat Exploring legume-rhizobium symbiosis towards increasing crop production, food security and improved economic livelihoods in Northern Ghana
Secretariat Environmental efficiencies and controversies: yield intensification in smallholders oil palm production systems of South-East Asia.
Secretariat Entry points and pathways to agroecological intesification in Southern Mali
Secretariat Linking smallholders to formal markets; Consequences of and options of Business models for Pro Poor Sourcing by Multinational Enterprises for the enabling environment of entrepreneurship of Smallholder
Secretariat Adaptation to climate change in Dutch agriculture.
Secretariat JARAK: The commoditization of an alternative biofuel crop in Indonesia.
Secretariat Exploring household adaptations strategies to climate change in smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Secretariat Interactions between human processes, resource use and biodiversity conservation. The case on Mount Elgon (Uganda, Kenya)
Secretariat Biomass for fuel: opportunity or threat to food and feed security?Case studies for farms in Brazil and Mozambique.
Secretariat Assessing the effect of climate change on agricultural productivity and on famers' livelihoods in southern Mali
Secretariat Imagine a world with no phosphorus
Secretariat Capturing and Exploring Benefits of Organic Amendments on Carbon Accumulation and Water Supply Capacity of Degraded Soils in Southern Uruguay
Secretariat Biomass for biofuel production options on family farms in Manica(Mozambique): integrated assessment of sustainability, risk and organisational configurations.
Secretariat Exploring agricultural management options for improving adaptation to climate change and variability in smallholder farming systems in Zimbabwe.
Secretariat Integrated of adaptation to climate change in agricultural systems in the North of the Netherlands.
Secretariat Patterns and ecological implications of land use change related tocarbon, nutrients and soil erosion in the upper catchment of Lake VictoriaBasin.
Secretariat Competing claims on natural resources: overcoming mismatches in resource use through a multi-scale perpective.
Secretariat The influence of scale on the analysis of agricultural production systems and its effects on re designing.
Secretariat Dynamics of resource use in smallholder systems in the tropics.

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