Marcia Sa Cavalcante Schuback, Tora Lane
This is an edited collection of original essays that combine philosophy, phenomenology, and literature to reflect on modern ideas about orientation and disorientation, grounds and groundlessness. View details
Dr Jonathan Barry, B. I. Coleman, Professor Christopher Holdsworth, Professor Nicholas Orme, J. A. Thurmer, M. Winter Edited by
Professor Nicholas Orme
A collaborative history of the Church in a large, diverse and interesting region of England by six historians, ranging from Celtic and Saxon times, through the middle ages, Reformation, rise of Nonconformity and the Victorian era, down to the present day and encompassing all the main Christian denominations.
Presents a comprehensive analysis of UN engagement with civil society. This book pays particular attention to food and agriculture, which now lie at the heart of global governance issues. It shows how politically meaningful space for civil society can be introduced into UN policy dialog.
Dr Virgilio Gavicho Uarrota, Deivid L. V. Stefen, Clovis Arruda de Souza, Cileide Maria Medeiros Coelho, Rodolfo Moresco, Marcelo Maraschin, Fernando David Sánchez-Mora, Eduardo da Costa Nunes, Enilto de Oliveira Neubert, Luiz Augusto Martins Peruch, Dr Michael Abberton, Badara Gueye, Tchamba Marimagne, Folarin Soyode, Dr Hernán Ceballos, Nelson Morante, Fernando Calle, Jorge Lenis, Sandra Salazar, Dr Luis Augusto Becerra Lopez-Lavalle, Ismail Y. Rabbi, Prof. P. Zhang, Q. Ma, M. Naconsie, X. Wu, W. Zhou, J. Yang, Dr Piya Kittipadakul, Pasajee Kongsil, Chalermpol Phumichai, Shelley H. Jansky, Dr Elizabeth Parkes, Olufemi Aina, Adebayo Abass, Wasiu Awoyale, Lateef Sanni, Taofik Shittu, Dr James P. Legg, Dr Elizabeth Alvarez, Ignazio Graziosi, Dr Kris A. G. Wyckhuys, Dr Stefan Hauser, Dr Friday Ekeleme Edited by
Dr Clair H. Hershey
Volume 2 reviews genetic resources and breeding techniques as well as their use to produce varieties with traits such as enhanced resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. It also discusses key pests and diseases and their management in making cultivation more efficient and sustainable.
Dr Stefano Savi, Dr Choo Yuen May, YewAi Tan, Ahmad Dermawan, Dr Otto Hospes, Pablo Pacheco, Dr Patrice Levang, George Schoneveld, Dr Estelle Jaligot, Dr N Rajanaidu, A. Mohd Din, M. Marhalil, A. Norziha, O. A. Meilina, A. M. Fadila, A. B. Nor Azwani, L. Adelina, H. Zulkifli, S. Wan Salmiah, A. Kushairi, Dr Benoît Cochard, Dr Tristan Durand-Gasselin, Dr Rajinder Singh, Chan Pek Lan, Maizura Ithnin, Umi Salamah Ramli, Prof. Denis J. Murphy, Christopher Teh Boon Sung, Cheah See Siang, Dr Jean-Pierre Caliman, Suhardi, Pujianto, Dr Bernard Dubos, Dr Didier Snoeck, Dr Jean-Marc Roda Edited by
Prof. Alain Rival
Palm oil is widely used for food processing, personal care products and as a biofuel. The cultivation of oil palm has raised concerns about sustainability. The first volume in this collection reviews research addressing these challenges in areas such as breeding and cultivation techniques.
Nora Kenworthy, Ross MacKenzie, Kelley Lee
A collection of case studies providing interdisciplinary empirical analysis of the impact of corporations on global health and global health governance across a broad range of industrial sectors and issue areas.View details
Isabel Rodriguez Mora, Monica Kiwanuka, Stavros Psaroudakis, Caroline Kihato, Khatidja Chantler, Sajida Ismail, Julie Middleton, Chandre Gould, Alexandra Zavos Edited by
Professor Erica Burman, Ingrid Palmary, Peace Kiguwa, Khatidja Chantler
Migration has become a key area of preoccupation for governments, international agencies and human rights activists the world over. This book argues, however, that studies of migration have become too limited in scope, focusing on the policy demands of governments and humanitarian agencies.
Dr Ranjana Bhattacharjee, Dr Malachy Akoroda, Dr Brigitte Laliberté, Dr Michelle End, Dr Nicholas Cryer, Dr Andrew Daymond, Dr Jan Engels, Dr Albertus Bernardus Eskes, Dr Martin Gilmour, Dr Philippe Lachenaud, Dr Wilbert Phillips-Mora, Dr Chris Turnbull, Prof. Pathmanathan Umaharan, Dr Dapeng Zhang, Dr Stephan Weise, Dr Lambert A. Motilal, Dr Dário Ahnert, Dr Rob Lockwood, Dr Augusto Roberto Sena Gomes, Dr George Andrade Sodré, Dr Mark Guiltinan, Prof. Siela Maximova, Dr Richard Asare, Dr Victor Afari-Sefa, Dr Sander Muilerman, Dr Gilbert J. Anim-Kwapong, Dr Didier Snoeck, Dr Bernard Dubos, Dr Jorge Teodoro De Souza, Dr Fernando Pereira Monteiro, Dr Maria Alves Ferreira, Dr Karina Peres Gramacho, Dr Edna Dora Martins Newman Luz, Dr Ulrike Krauss, Dr David I. Guest, Dr Philip J. Keane, Dr Leila Bagny Beilhe, Dr Régis Babin, Dr Martijn ten Hoopen, Dr Samuel Orisajo, Dr Christian Cilas, Dr Olivier Sounigo, Dr Bruno Efombagn, Dr Salomon Nyassé, Dr Mathias Tahi, Dr Sarah M. Bharath, Dr M. A. Rutherford, Dr J. Crozier, Dr J. Flood, Dr S. Sastroutomo, Dr Mary A. Egbuta, Dr Darin A. Sukha, Naailah A. Ali, Dr Christian Bunn, Dr Fabio Castro, Dr Mark Lundy, Dr Peter Läderach, Dr Eduardo Somarriba, Dr Luis Orozco-Aguilar, Dr Rolando Cerda, Dr Arlene López-Sampson, Dr Amanda Berlan, Dr Verina Ingram, Dr Yuca Waarts, Dr Fedes van Rijn, Dr Paul Macek, Dr Upoma Husain, Dr Krystal Werner Edited by
Prof. Pathmanathan Umaharan
Cocoa cultivation faces a number of significant challenges, including stagnating yields, a narrow genetic base, vulnerability to pests and diseases and environmental impact. This volume reviews how research is addressing these challenges in areas such as breeding and agronomy, understanding and managing the range of diseases affecting cocoa, as well as ways of measuring and improving the sustainability of cocoa cultivation.