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The Indispensable Escapes: The Experiences of a Refugee

You are reading this brief disclosure because of your interests in refugees and displaced persons. No one wants to be a refugee! It is a very painful life mostly fill … Continue Reading The Indispensable Escapes: The Experiences of a Refugee

Enhancing Productivity and Livelihoods among Smallholder Irrigators through Biochar and Fertilizer Amendments at Ekxang Village, Vientiane Province, Lao PDR

          Sign Up For Email Updates Enter your email address: Follow IBI About IBI IBI Programs Connect Learn Resources News Contact Us Donate Join Search this … Continue Reading Enhancing Productivity and Livelihoods among Smallholder Irrigators through Biochar and Fertilizer Amendments at Ekxang Village, Vientiane Province, Lao PDR

Biochar Production Using the Traditional Earth-mound Slow Pyrolysis System with Rice Husk

The following images are from a field research held in Ekxang village of Vientiane Province, Lao PDR from December 2013 to July 2, 2014 funded by the Center for Global … Continue Reading Biochar Production Using the Traditional Earth-mound Slow Pyrolysis System with Rice Husk

“Land Reforms, Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources in the Presence of Climate Change: A Critical Analysis for Policymakers and Development Practitioners in Lao PDR.”

A Supplementary Research Paper. Brief Note Over the past several decades, the Government of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) has instituted several policy reforms in hope of attracting … Continue Reading “Land Reforms, Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources in the Presence of Climate Change: A Critical Analysis for Policymakers and Development Practitioners in Lao PDR.”

6th Field Trip Project Updates

I would first like to say that I am sorry that I have not being so committed updating the blog with updates and events at the field since the 5th … Continue Reading 6th Field Trip Project Updates

Rethinking the War in Iraq: A Human Impact Assessment

Rethinking the War in Iraq: A Human Impact Assessment Jenkins Macedo ID#: 0466515 Dr. Mohamed Eskandari, Professor of Middle East Changing Environment Department of Physical and Earth Sciences Worcester State … Continue Reading Rethinking the War in Iraq: A Human Impact Assessment

How Effective is the IEA’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Regulation? A Critique of the U.S. CO2 Reduction through CCS

A CRITICAL REVIEW RESEARCH PAPER How Effective is the IEA’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Regulation? A Critique of the U.S. CO2 Reduction through CCS JENKINS DIVO MACEDO M.S. Environmental … Continue Reading How Effective is the IEA’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Regulation? A Critique of the U.S. CO2 Reduction through CCS

CAN BIOCHAR AMENDMENTS IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY AND REDUCE CO2? A Climate Change Mitigation Approach through Regenerative Agriculture

A Critical Review Research Paper on Biofuel and bio-energy in sustainable agriculture. December 12, 2013 Abstract Variations in rainfall, increased mean surface temperature, persistent drought, reduced soil moisture and nutrient, … Continue Reading CAN BIOCHAR AMENDMENTS IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY AND REDUCE CO2? A Climate Change Mitigation Approach through Regenerative Agriculture

PT FREEPORT-INDONESIA’S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK: An Exploratory Study of Kuala Kencana as a Model of a Sustainable Community in West Papua, Indonesia.

Jenkins Macedo M.S. Cand., Environmental Science and Policy Clark University Prof. Stephen McCauley Assisting Professor of Environmental Science & Policy Department of International Development, Community, and Environment Clark University May … Continue Reading PT FREEPORT-INDONESIA’S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK: An Exploratory Study of Kuala Kencana as a Model of a Sustainable Community in West Papua, Indonesia.

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