agriculture

PhD Candidate heading to Chicago Council of Global Affairs

Selected as one of only 27 students globally to join the Next Generation Delegation at the Global Food Security Symposium in Washington DC, ANU PhD student Craig Robinson brings his food crisis diplomacy framework to the table.

IB2017/19 Food Security in the Torricelli Foothills of Papua New Guinea: Can Sago Continue to Sustain the Increasing Population?

Since around 1980, the population of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has been growing at an average rate of 2.7% per annum — doubling about every 25 years. People in rural areas

Running Dry: International Law and the Management of Aral Sea Depletion

Joseph MacKay, ‘Running Dry: International Law and the Management of Aral Sea Depletion’, Central Asian Survey, 28(1) 2009: 17‒27.

Sago production in the Sepik foothills of Papua New Guinea

A case study of the process of agriculture change of the Beli people of Rangwe

The Labour Force Behind New Zealand's Increased Productivity in the Horticulture and Viticulture Sectors

During the 2014 Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) conference, New Zealand Immigration Minister, Michael Woodhouse, announced that the government would incre

From Producer-Sellers to Middlemen: Changes in Melanesian Marketplaces

Marketplaces are ubiquitous throughout Melanesia, central to the lives and livelihoods of both rural and urban people.

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