Susannah Sallu
Susannah Sallu
Associate Professor in Environment and Development, Sustainability Research Institute, School of
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Resilient or vulnerable livelihoods? Assessing livelihood dynamics and trajectories in rural Botswana
SM Sallu, C Twyman, LC Stringer
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
Why is socially‐just climate change adaptation in sub‐Saharan Africa so challenging? A review of barriers identified from empirical cases
S Shackleton, G Ziervogel, S Sallu, T Gill, P Tschakert
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (3), 321-344, 2015
Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to the impacts of climate variability and change: insights from coastal Bangladesh
MM Islam, S Sallu, K Hubacek, J Paavola
Regional Environmental Change 14 (1), 281-294, 2014
Is rainfall really changing? Farmers’ perceptions, meteorological data, and policy implications
E Simelton, CH Quinn, N Batisani, AJ Dougill, JC Dyer, EDG Fraser, ...
Climate and development 5 (2), 123-138, 2013
Limits and barriers to adaptation to climate variability and change in Bangladeshi coastal fishing communities
MM Islam, S Sallu, K Hubacek, J Paavola
Marine Policy 43, 208-216, 2014
Miombo woodland under threat: Consequences for tree diversity and carbon storage
EKK Jew, AJ Dougill, SM Sallu, J O’Connell, TG Benton
Forest Ecology and Management 361, 144-153, 2016
The impact of residential combustion emissions on atmospheric aerosol, human health, and climate
EW Butt, PG Van Zyl, JP Beukes, M Josipovic, A Rap, A Schmidt, CE Scott
EGU, 2016
Researching climate change and community in neoliberal contexts: an emerging critical approach
G Taylor Aiken, L Middlemiss, S Sallu, R Hauxwell‐Baldwin
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e463, 2017
Migrating to tackle climate variability and change? Insights from coastal fishing communities in Bangladesh
MM Islam, S Sallu, K Hubacek, J Paavola
Climatic change 124 (4), 733-746, 2014
Farmer participation in the equitable payments for watershed services in Morogoro, Tanzania
EJ Kwayu, SM Sallu, J Paavola
Ecosystem Services 7, 1-9, 2014
Questioning calls to consensus in conservation: a Q study of conservation discourses on Galápagos
R Cairns, SM Sallu, S Goodman
Environmental Conservation 41 (1), 13-26, 2014
REDD+, hype, hope and disappointment: The dynamics of expectations in conservation and development pilot projects
K Massarella, SM Sallu, JE Ensor, R Marchant
World Development 109, 375-385, 2018
Climate science, development practice, and policy interactions in dryland agroecological systems
C Twyman, EDG Fraser, LC Stringer, C Quinn, AJ Dougill, F Ravera, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (3), 2011
Differential livelihood adaptation to social-ecological change in coastal Bangladesh
SF Hoque, C Quinn, S Sallu
Regional environmental change 18 (2), 451-463, 2018
The multidimensional nature of biodiversity and social dynamics and implications for contemporary rural livelihoods in remote Kalahari settlements, Botswana
SM Sallu, C Twyman, DSG Thomas
African journal of ecology 47, 110-118, 2009
From local scenarios to national maps: a participatory framework for envisioning the future of Tanzania
C Capitani, K Mukama, B Mbilinyi, IO Malugu, PKT Munishi, ND Burgess, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
African farmers’ perceptions of erratic rainfall
E Simelton, CH Quinn, P Antwi-Agyei, N Batisani, AJ Dougill, J Dyer, ...
Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, 2011
Can CDM finance energy access in least developed countries? Evidence from Tanzania
BT Wood, SM Sallu, J Paavola
Climate Policy 16 (4), 456-473, 2016
Tobacco cultivation as a driver of land use change and degradation in the miombo woodlands of south‐west Tanzania
EKK Jew, AJ Dougill, SM Sallu
Land Degradation & Development 28 (8), 2636-2645, 2017
Sustainability spaces for complex agri-food systems
S Whitfield, TG Benton, M Dallimer, LG Firbank, GM Poppy, SM Sallu, ...
Food Security 7 (6), 1291-1297, 2015
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