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Meta-analysis of crop responses to conservation agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa - eldis (2014/9/19)
The aim of this study is to compare and combine the results from different conservation agriculture experiments using meta-analysis in the hope of identifying patterns among study results, sources of disagreement among those results, or interesting ...

Meta-analysis of crop responses to conservation agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa - eldis (2014/9/19)
The aim of this study is to compare and combine the results from different conservation agriculture experiments using meta-analysis in the hope of identifying patterns among study results, sources of disagreement among those results, or interesting ...

Operationalising an equity reference framework in the climate change regime Legal and technical perspectives - eldis (2014/9/19)
This paper focuses on the Equity Reference Framework (ERF), a proposal for addressing the imperatives of effectiveness and equity in the 2015 climate agreement. It identifies legal, architectural and technical options for the operationalisation of t ...

Operationalising an equity reference framework in the climate change regime Legal and technical perspectives - eldis (2014/9/19)
This paper focuses on the Equity Reference Framework (ERF), a proposal for addressing the imperatives of effectiveness and equity in the 2015 climate agreement. It identifies legal, architectural and technical options for the operationalisation of t ...

The Sustainable Development Goals: Will they deliver climate compatible development for vulnerable countries? - eldis (2014/9/19)
This working paper explores the potential opportunities for 2015 as a crucial year for global action on climate change and development. It argues that the post-2015 sustainable development goals (SDGs) should be seen as an opportunity for developing ...

Die neue türkische Diasporapolitik - ISN (2014/9/19)
In diesem Arbeitspapier wird die im Jahr 2014 neu ausgerichtete Diasporapolitik der Türkei diskutiert. Der Autor zeigt in einem historischen Abriss auf, wie sich die Diasporapolitik der Türkei über die Jahre gewandelt hat, welche Institutionen ges ...

OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría to discuss the Economic Case for Climate Action during UN Climate Summit - OECD (2014/9/19)
As part of the Climate Summit 2014 hosted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on 23 September in New York, the United Nations University (UNU) is hosting a thematic session on “The Economic Case for Climate Action” with global leaders and world r ...

Das Referendum über die Unabhängigkeit Schottlands (18 9 2014) - ISN (2014/9/19)
In diesem Arbeitspapier wird das Referendum über die Unabhängigkeit Schottlands vom 18. September 2014 und seine möglichen Konsequenzen diskutiert. Die Autorin gibt einen historischen Überblick über die politischen Beziehungen zwischen der schot ...

Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe 2/2014 - ISN (2014/9/19)
This issue of JEMIE discusses theories of empowerment and examines how minority empowerment can be put into practice within social structures. More specifically, the articles included examine 1) the processes that lead to minority empowerment; 2) the ...

Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do? - ISN (2014/9/19)
This paper examines the dispute between the US and China over the freedom of navigation on the high seas, particularly in the South China Sea, and what Europe should do to help Washington maintain freedom of navigation.

Dueling Dinosaurs? Demographics in South Korea and Japan - ISN (2014/9/19)
This paper discusses Japan and South Korea's low birth rates and demographic trends as well as what these could mean for the foreign and security policies of both countries.

A US-India Strategic Reset: Getting Back to Basics - ISN (2014/9/19)
This paper examines the strategic relations and cooperation between India and the US following the election of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May 2014. The author suggests that following the Cold War and India’s shift toward market economic ...

Indonesia’s New President: Coming Crunch-Test for Joko Widodo - ISN (2014/9/19)
This commentary examines some of the political challenges that Indonesia's president-elect Joko Widowo will face when he assumes office in October 2014, including that of forming a cabinet and a stronger coalition in the country's parliament.

Indonesia’s Presidential Dilemma: Can Jokowi Avoid the Accountability Trap? - ISN (2014/9/19)
This commentary examines some of the challenges Indonesian president-elect Joko Widodo will face as he forms a cabinet in October 2014, including the problem of whether he can appease his supporters without alienating the political parties in his coa ...

China-ASEAN Relations: Hamstrung Soft Power in South China Sea? - ISN (2014/9/19)
This paper examines the state of economic and military relations between China and countries in Southeast Asia as well as why Beijing is willing to damage these ties, which are generally beneficial for both sides, through its pursuit of its territori ...

Crisis Management Mechanisms: Pathologies and Pitfalls - ISN (2014/9/19)
This paper contemplates the particular roles crisis management mechanisms (CMM) might play in a future Sino-American crisis in the East China Sea. In doing so, the paper draws upon the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 to help identify how such a crisis c ...

Twelveth Asiaflux Worshop Promotes Flux Monitoring for a Sustainable Future - APN (2014/9/19)
Asiaflux Workshop 2014, jointly supported by the APN (through ARCP2014-04CMY-Miyata ), Campbell Scientific and the National Institute for Agro-Environmental Science (NIAES) of Japan, was held on 18–23 August at the International Rice Research Inst ...

Cross-border project opens up river to native fishMurtho salt scheme reduces River Murray salinity - Govt. Australia (2014/9/19)
A 2000km project designed to help native fish species travel up the River Murray has been launched at Waikerie today.

Murtho salt scheme reduces River Murray salinity - Govt. Australia (2014/9/19)
A salt interception scheme designed to stop about 36,000 tonnes of salt from entering the River Murray has been launched in South Australia today.

Local officers ready to engage on Commonwealth environmental water - Govt. Australia (2014/9/19)
Communities throughout the Basin can look forward to being able to contribute to the decision making that occurs on the ground around environmental water use following the appointment of local engagement officers.

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