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Rural transformation
 
Photo Essay
13 August 2019
Development trap: How electrification pushes Cambodian fishermen into debt

Cambodia is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. But the fruits of development have not been divided equally.

Health and nutrition
Rural transformation
 
News Story
18 July 2018
High antibiotic resistance in Cambodia’s pigs

Results from a research at SLU have shown that administration of antimicrobials to food-producing animals is regarded as a major contributor to the overall emergence of resistance in bacteria...

Health and nutrition
 
News Story
28 May 2018
First Swedish PhD Thesis on crickets as food and feed

Rearing of crickets for human consumption is becoming popular around the world but knowledge on what cricket species that can be farmed and how to keep them in a sustainable way is scarce. So far,...

Landscape management
Trade and production
 
Blog Post
20 February 2018
Time for a rethink: large scale irrigation systems in South and Southeast Asia

The discourse associated with irrigated agriculture often highlights the challenges that are faced with respect to inefficiencies, underperformance and impacts on the hydrological cycle,...

Trade and production
 
News Story
2 October 2015
Can biofuels, oil palm and agribusiness be a sustainable strategy for Southeast Asia?

The new brief draws together SEI research done between 2011 and 2014 on agribusiness developments – especially of oil palm – in Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. It presents overarching insights from that work, along with recommendations for how the industry could be governed more sustainably and aligned more closely with the interests of lo

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Sustainable Agricultural Production and Food Security
 
Blog Post
12 March 2015
Animal borne diseases: Double trouble for health and development

Clearly, interactions between livestock and people can pose high public health risks. However, keeping animals for food production is an undeniable part of human reality.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Slides
17 July 2013
Geographies of Evasion and the Prospects for REDD

This study was presented during the conference “Production and Carbon Dynamics in Sustainable Agricultural and Forest Systems in Africa ” held in September, 2010.