Million Dollar coral reefs: more than 325 kilometers of reefs reduce storm damages across the US by more than over $1M/km.
Many scholars have pondered whether smaller farms are better in terms of environmental, economic, and social outcomes. In our paper, we synthesize data from studies that have been conducted on this question over the last 50 years. We show that smaller farms have higher yields and biodiversity.
Palm oil, the most important source of vegetable oil in the world, is derived from the fruit of palm trees grown in the tropics. Fruits are harvested manually, then transported to a mill for processing, and ultimately exported and made into an array of products from food to toiletries to biodiesel.
Coffee, hummus, and sustainability: What is the future of our careers? Supporting interdisciplinary career paths to solve sustainability crises
Addressing land tenure security is key to achieving several Sustainable Development Goals. What are the blind spots in current research?