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  1. Between Promising Advances and Deepening Concerns: A Bottom-Up Review of Trends in Land Governance 2015–2018
    Lorenzo Cotula, Ward Anseeuw, Giulia Maria Baldinelli
    Jul 2019, Journal article - MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
  2. Reducing climate risk and poverty: why China needs ecosystem-based adaptation
    Hannah Reid, Yiching Song, Yanyan Zhang, Guanqi Li
    Jun 2018, IIED Briefing - IIED
  3. Domestic water in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon: Demand, access and institutional aspects
    Diane Machayekhi, Michele Pierpaoli, Giorgio Cancelliere
    Sep 2017, Working paper - IIED
  4. Balancing carrots and sticks: incentives for sustainable hilsa fishery management in Bangladesh
    Nadia Dewhurst-​Richman, Essam Yassin Mohammed, Md Liaquat Ali, Kaisir Hassan, Md Abdul Wahab, Zoarder Faruque Ahmed, Md Monirul Islam, Annabelle Bladon, GC Haldar, Chowdhury Saleh Ahmed, Mihir Kanti Majumder, Md Mokammel Hossain, Atiq Rahman, Belayet Hussein
    Apr 2016, Issue paper - IIED
  5. Making the most of variability: innovative rangeland management in China
    Yanbo Li, Gongbuzeren, Wenjun Li
    Aug 2015, IIED Briefing - IIED
  6. Urbanisation, rural–urban migration and urban poverty
    Cecilia Tacoli, Gordon McGranahan, David Satterthwaite
    Mar 2015, Working paper - IIED
  7. The cost of compensation: Transaction and administration costs of hilsa fish management in Bangladesh
    G C Haldar, Liaquat Ali
    Oct 2014, Working paper - IIED
  8. A review of China’s rangeland management policies
    YanBo Li, Gongbuzeren, WenJun Li
    Jun 2014, Country report - IIED
  9. Pastoralism: the custodian of China's grasslands (Chinese language)
    Wenjun Li, Gongbuzeren
    Apr 2013, IIED Briefing - IIED
  10. Pastoralism: the custodian of China’s grasslands
    Wenjun Li, Gongbuzeren
    Apr 2013, IIED Briefing - IIED and the Department of Environmental Management, Peking University
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