Taylor and Francis Group have put together a dedicated research collection, to spread awareness and support the UN's global goals. With 17 goals and 1970 initiatives, the sustainable development goals (SDGs) are a new, universal set of goals, targets and indicators that UN member states will be expected to use to frame their agendas and political policies over the next 15 years.
Selected articles from the collection, that may be of special interest to CAPRi readers
Natural and Cultural Commons and the Organisation of Community Tourism Projects in Mexico
explores the links between culture, territory and organisation in Mexico.
What is water equity? The unfortunate consequences of a global focus on ‘drinking water’ argues that the dominant focus on improving the potability of water has muted attention to the wider consideration of domestic water and its impact on livelihoods and poverty.
Social and environmental impacts of agricultural cooperatives: evidence from Ethiopia uses household survey data of 305 coffee farmers from Ethiopia to examine the impacts of cooperative membership on farmers’ social and environmental performances
Patriarchy and Property Rights among Yoruba Women in Nigeria assesses how gender-equitable property rights regime affects gender relations at the household and societal levels by interviewing women property owners.
Winners and Losers in Marine Conservation: Fishers' Displacement and Livelihood Benefits from Marine Reserves examines the perceptions of fishers in Kenya and Seychelles about displacement, spillover, and overall impacts of local marine reserves on their livelihoods