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The University of Hohenheim is a campus university located in the south of StuttgartGermany. Founded in 1818, it is Stuttgart's oldest university. Its primary areas of specialisation had traditionally been agricultural and natural sciences. Today, however, the majority of its students are enrolled in one of the many study programs offered by the faculty of business, economics and social sciences. The faculty has regularly been ranked among the best in the country, making the University of Hohenheim one of Germany's top-tier universities in these fields. The university maintains academic alliances with a number of partner universities and is involved in numerous joint research projects.

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Journal Articles & Books
September 2016
Eastern Africa

There is growing evidence of escalating wildlife losses worldwide. Extreme wildlife losses have recently been documented for large parts of Africa, including western, Central and Eastern Africa. Here, we report extreme declines in wildlife and contemporaneous increase in livestock numbers in Kenya rangelands between 1977 and 2016.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2015
Central America
South America

The thesis explores the extent to which payment for the ecosystem service of carbon sequestration

provided in a value chain context, through an innovative climate change mitigation and adaptation

strategy known as 'carbon insetting', could generate 'win-win' outcomes for all actors.

Journal Articles & Books
August 2015
Eastern Africa

Context: The processes regulating ungulate populations have been the focus of numerous studies. For the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer Sparrman) population inhabiting the Mara–Serengeti ecosystem, rinderpest was the primary regulatory factor up to the mid-1960s.

Journal Articles & Books
April 2015
Eastern Africa

Livestock value chains are an important source of employment, income and nutrition in developing countries. Increasing income has led to high demand for animal source products. Zoonotic diseases pose a public health risk to people producing, handling, processing and consuming animal products; with value chains creating a contact networks for transmission.

Journal Articles & Books
February 2013
Eastern Africa

Adequate access to good quality drinking water is an important prerequisite for the wellbeing

and survival of people. Increasing competition over scarce freshwater resources with

continuous quality deterioration is becoming a serious problem in many developing countries

like Ethiopia, where the technical, socioeconomic and political conditions are impeding the

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