The experience and impact of urban floods and pollution in Ebo Town, Greater Banjul Area, in The Gambia.
ZEF Working Paper,
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Mainstreaming climate change adaptation into development in the Gambia: A window of opportunity for transformative processes?.
In: Filho Leal, W. (eds.): Innovation in climate change adaptation. Springer.
Climate change adaptation in Burkina Faso: aid dependency and obstacles to political participation.
ZEF Working Paper,
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Political dimensions of climate change adaptation. Conceptual reflections and African examples.
In: W. Filho Leal (eds.): Handbook on climate change adaptation. Springer.
Book Review: Eren Zink 2013. Hot science, high water. Assembling nature, society and environmental policy in contemporary Vietnam.
Climate and Development,
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Far from basic rules. Social dynamics, legal regulations and access to household water in Northern Ghana 1965-2012.
Canadian Journal of African Studies,
Climate change and trajectories of blame in Northern Ghana.
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The ambiguous representation of savanna landscape and its new political relevance in Ghana.
In: Yaro, A. (eds.): Rural development in Northern Ghana. Nova Science Publishers: New York.
Neglect the opportunity? Productive water uses for small income generation.
In: H.-P. Hahn, J. Soentgen, K. Cless (eds.): People at the well. Kinds, usages and meanings of water in a global perspective. Campus.
Klimawandel und Anpassungsforschung in Äthiopien.
Zeitschrift für Ethnologie,
Social impact and impoverishment risks in the Koga irrigation scheme, Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia.
Afrika Focus ,
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Digging, damming or diverting? Small-scale irrigation in the Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia.
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Pro-active farmers and supportive municipalities in Ethiopian dam projects.
ZEF Policy Brief,
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Capacity Development durch Bildungsmigration: Ergebnisse einer Befragung von afrikanischen Entwicklungsforschern.
In: Baraulina, T., A. Kreienbrinck, A. Riester (eds.): Potenziale der Migration zwischen Afrika und Deutschland. Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge.
Lawbreakers and livelihood makers. Youth-specific poverty and ambiguous livelihood strategies in Africa.
Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies,
Getting access right. Rural water right regimes and right-based discourses against the privatization of water in Ghana.
In: Mollinga, P., Bhat, A., Saravanan, S.V. (eds.): When policy meets reality. Political dynamics and the practice of integration in water resources management reform. Lit Verlag.
Negotiating local governance. Natural resources management at the interface of communities and the state.
Natural resources governance at the interface of user communities and the state in developing countries.
In: Eguavoen, I., W. Laube (eds.): Negotiating local governance. Natural resources management at the interface of communities and the state. Lit.
Killer cults on campus. Secrets, security and services among Nigerian students.
Changing household water rights in rural Northern Ghana.
How water users operate policy. The case of pump communities in the Kassena-Nankana district of Ghana.
Ghana Journal for Development Studies,
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Knowledge resources (yet) untapped. The challenge of finding one's place in an interdisciplinary water research project on the Volta River basin, West Africa.
In: Mollinga, P., C. Wall (eds.): Fieldwork in difficult environments. Methodology as boundary work in development research. Lit.
The Political Ecology of Household Water in Northern Ghana.
“Now you have a new pump, you have to manage it.” Household water management, water rights and institutional change in Northern Ghana.
Faculty of Arts, University of Cologne.
Transformative learning for global change? Reflections on the WASCAL master programme in Climate Change and Education in the Gambia.
In: Haltermann, I. und J. Tischler (eds.): Environmental change and African societies – past, present and future. Climate and Culture Series. Brill. Leiden.