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Mintewab Bezabih, Byela Tibesigwa, Martine Visser. 2021. “Abstract This study assesses the adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices in arid Namibia…”

4 February 2021 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Byela Tibesigwa, Herbert Ntuli, Razack Lokina, Boscow Okumu, Coretha Komba. 2020. “To adapt is to survive. However, sub-Saharan Africa, although highly dependent on agriculture, is…”

4 December 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Tibesigwa, Byela, Ntuli, Herbert, Lokina, Razack. 2020. “Despite the growing body of evidence showing benefits and values of recreational ecosystem services…”

13 August 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Taryn M.Garlock, Frank Asche, Wisdom Akpalu, Ebele Chinelo Amaechina, Nnaemeka Andegbe Chukwuone, Ken Hutchings, Razack Lokina, Byela Tibesigwa, Jane Turpie, Håkan Eggert. 2020. “The Fisheries Performance Indicators is a data collection tool that allows comparable fisheries data…”

29 July 2020 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Sweden, Uganda, Tanzania

F. Alpizar, F. Carlsson, G. Lanza, B. Carney, R.C. Daniels, M. Jaime, T. Ho, Z. Nie, C. Salazar, B. Tibesigwa, S. Wahdera. 2020. “The polluting of marine ecosystems with plastics is both a global and a local problem with…”

2 May 2020 | Peer Reviewed | South Africa, India, Chile, Vietnam, Sweden, Tanzania, Central America

Tibesigwa, Byela, Siikamäki, Juha, Lokina, Razack, Alvsilver, Jessica. 2019. “Despite the importance of naturally available wild pollination ecosystem services in enhancing sub…”

14 March 2019 | Report | Tanzania

Tibesigwa, Byela, Lokina, Razack, Jacob, Richard Zadocky, Tibanywana, Julieth. 2018. “In sub-Saharan Africa, urban recreational ecosystem services are browning and disappearing despite…”

20 April 2018 | EfD Discussion Paper | Tanzania

Tibesigwa, Byela. 2018. “This multi-country analysis studies the food security implications of natural pollinator populations…”

5 April 2018 | EfD Discussion Paper | Tanzania

Tibesigwa, Byela, Visser, Martine. 2016. “With the ongoing changes in climate, household food insecurity is likely to be more widespread in…”

26 August 2016 | Peer Reviewed | South Africa, Tanzania