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Research news | 2019-11-26
How a pro-meat social media campaign attacking research related to healthy diets may have influenced social media audiences
Research news | 2019-06-27
New study presents and analyzes first longitudinal database on fisheries conflict
Research news | 2018-12-19
How Multi-Actor Dialogues can unlock stalled negotiations
Research news | 2018-05-28
While studies on fisheries conflicts are abundant, confusion remains about what actually constitutes a conflict. A new review paper identifies four key areas of research that still need to be addressed
Research news | 2018-01-24
Legal frameworks can protect rights of communities reliant on forest resources while still encouraging land owners and governments to curb deforestation
Research news | 2016-09-30
PNAS study examines if climate-related disasters increase the risk of conflict outbreaks
Research news | 2016-04-28
Norway struggles to appease both environmentalists and farmers on carnivore protection and pastoral grazing