Leading scientists, One Health practitioners and international policymakers are speaking this week at the 'One Health for the Real World: zoonoses, ecosystems and wellbeing' symposium in London.
The South Asia Sustainability Hub & Knowledge Network (SASH&KN) was launched in Delhi on 28 January 2016. It aims to develop a growing network of institutions and people committed to exploring pathways to sustainability in South Asia.
The hub also hosted a conference on sustainable urbanisation in South Asia following the launch.
Whose agronomy counts? Is agronomy trying to solve the wrong problems? These were some of the questions asked at our conference at the Institute of Development Studies in February.
Read the conference programme, conference papers and blogs, and view videos and photos.
An international workshop in Delhi compared views on uncertainty 'from above' - among modellers, experts and policy makers - and 'below' among vulnerable communities.
The project, which investigates different models of innovation and their role in low carbon transitions, hosted a roundtable with social enterprises and a workshop on technological innovation.
A STEPS-linked project shares findings in a new open acccess special issue of World Development, revealing a complex set of engagements between countries in the global South.
One Health: Science, politics and zoonotic disease in Africa Kevin Bardosh (ed.)
Africaâ€™s Land Rush Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones and Dzodzi Tsikata (eds.)
Adapting to Climate Uncertainty in African Agriculture. Narratives and knowledge politics Stephen Whitfield
Gender Equality and Sustainable Development Melissa Leach (ed.)
Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Development Ian Scoones
Technology for Autonomy and Resistance: The Appropriate Technology Movement in South America Mariano Fressoli and Elisa Arond
Chinaâ€™s Low Carbon Future Offers Global Opportunities Sam Geall and Lulu Ning Hui
Accelerating Sustainability: Why Political Economy Matters
Hubert Schmitz and Ian Scoones
Technology Development in South Africa: The Case of Wind and Solar PV Lucy Baker