This paper develops a broad framework to conceptualize the multiple ways forests contribute to poverty reduction and inform interventions in forest landscapes.

This paper seeks to understand whether decentralized management of forests can reduce forest loss in developing

Given the possibility of moderate or catastrophic climate change in developing countries and the failure of the climate summit in Copenhagen in December 2009 to achieve any consensus on greenhouse gas mitigation plans, adaptation as a policy option requires careful attention. This is a report on a recent workshop that examined India

Pesticides are responsible for hundreds of cases of poisoning in the developing world, where information and training on the potential negative health effects of these chemicals is often lacking. While the impact of the indiscriminate use of toxic

Vegetable farming is an important income generating activity in parts of rural Nepal. However, vegetable farming is pesticide intensive and pesticide exposure is beginning to emerge as a problem. A SANDEE study examines the impacts of pesticide use on vegetable farmers in the mid-hills area of Nepal, some 40km