Natural Resource Management

Brokering Peace, Piece by Piece

Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos is as much a hawk as he is dove, and the ongoing peace negotiations with FARC represent but one of three difficult peace […]

A shift in thinking.

Written by Lauren Guido, Student on the Noragric Bachelor program in International Environment and Development Studies.  A few days ago, my team of three (from The Innovation Effect) and I stood […]

The politics of water management in Africa.

Written by Lyla Mehta, Professor II at Noragric and Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, UK and Bill Derman, Professor Emeritus at Noragric. For the past two decades, […]

Does Climate Change Cause Conflicts in the Sahel?

Written by Tor Arve Benjaminsen, Professor, Noragric. Droughts can potentially help escalate conflicts, but empirical evidence from the Sahel suggests that the root causes of land disputes are more historical […]

Norge mot småbøndene

Written by Mikael Bergius, PhD Fellow, Noragric. «Sult er et av verdens største løsbare problemer» skrev utenriksminister Børge Brende i fjor sommer. Det er helt riktig. Men det er lite […]

Myter om reindrift

Written by: Tor A. Benjaminsen, professor Noragric, NMBU Inger Marie Gaup Eira, førsteamanuensis Samisk høgskole Erik Reinert, professor Tallinn University of Technology Hugo Reinert, seniorforsker Tallinn University Mikkel Nils Sara, […]

Uncertainty and Climate Change in India

Written by Hans Nicolai Adam, Postdoctoral Researcher, Noragric Harbouring one of the largest mangrove forest tracks in the world, the Sunderbans cover a sizeable area in southern Bangladesh and east India. Formed by […]