Dr Fiona Nunan reports from an ESPA outreach workshop in Ghana that explored this hot topic.
New paper explores the socio-ecology of disease in Africa - Professor Ian Scoones reports.
ESPA has released its annual report, providing an overview of research results and programmatic achievements for the financial year 2016-17.
Agenda for ESPA’s special session at Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Symposium
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People, patches and parasites: New paper explores the socio-ecology of disease in Africa
How does governance affect ecosystem health and poverty alleviation? Fiona Nunan
Now available: Agenda for ESPA’s special session at Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Symposium
Pani Pahar: A special photo exhibition on the waters of the Himalayas
ESPA annual science conference 2017 - eight years of sustainability science for wellbeing29 / 30 November 2017
Managing coastal and marine ecosystem services to support the wellbeing of the poor02 / 2 November 2017
ESPA in East and Southern Africa
Effects of Irrigation and Rainfall on the Population Dynamics of Rift Valley Fever and Other Arbovirus Mosquito Vectors in the Epidemic-Prone Tana River County, Kenya
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