Food Security, Women Smallholders and Climate Change in Caribbean SIDS
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- Jessica Mercer & Tiina Kurvits & Ilan Kelman & Stavros Mavrogenis, 2014. "Ecosystem-Based Adaptation for Food Security in the AIMS SIDS: Integrating External and Local Knowledge," Sustainability, MDPI, vol. 6(9), pages 1-32, August.
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KeywordsFood Security; Women; Smallholders; Climate Change; Caribbean; SIDS;
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