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Charcoal, livelihoods, and poverty reduction: Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
LC Zulu, RB Richardson
Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (2), 127-137, 2013
3152013
Charcoal, livelihoods, and poverty reduction: Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
LC Zulu, RB Richardson
Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (2), 127-137, 2013
3152013
The forbidden fuel: charcoal, urban woodfuel demand and supply dynamics, community forest management and woodfuel policy in Malawi
LC Zulu
Energy policy 38 (7), 3717-3730, 2010
1722010
Analyzing spatial clustering and the spatiotemporal nature and trends of HIV/AIDS prevalence using GIS: the case of Malawi, 1994-2010
LC Zulu, E Kalipeni, E Johannes
BMC infectious diseases 14 (1), 1-21, 2014
1402014
Community forest management in southern Malawi: solution or part of the problem?
LC Zulu
Society and Natural resources 21 (8), 687-703, 2008
872008
Oil discovery in Turkana County, Kenya: a source of conflict or development?
EM Johannes, LC Zulu, E Kalipeni
African Geographical Review 34 (2), 142-164, 2015
812015
Participants or customers in water governance? Community-public partnerships for peri-urban water supply
EA Adams, LC Zulu
Geoforum 65, 112-124, 2015
762015
Inter-and transdisciplinary approaches to population–environment research for sustainability aims: a review and appraisal
D Hummel, S Adamo, A de Sherbinin, L Murphy, R Aggarwal, L Zulu, J Liu, ...
Population and Environment 34 (4), 481-509, 2013
712013
Politics of scale and community-based forest management in southern Malawi
LC Zulu
Geoforum 40 (4), 686-699, 2009
612009
Using GIS to model and forecast HIV/AIDS rates in Africa, 1986–2010
E Kalipeni, L Zulu
The Professional Geographer 60 (1), 33-53, 2008
502008
Whose minerals, whose development? Rhetoric and reality in post‐conflict Sierra Leone
L Zulu, S Wilson
Development and Change 43 (5), 1103-1131, 2012
422012
From the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Africa in the post-2015 development agenda. A geographical perspective
C D’Alessandro, LC Zulu
African Geographical Review 36 (1), 1-18, 2017
392017
Neoliberalization, decentralization and community-based natural resources management in Malawi: The first sixteen years and looking ahead
LC Zulu
Progress in Development Studies 12 (2-3), 193-212, 2012
352012
HIV and AIDS in Africa: a geographic analysis at multiple spatial scales
E Kalipeni, LC Zulu
GeoJournal 77 (4), 505-523, 2012
322012
Revisiting the factors shaping outcomes for forest and landscape restoration in Sub-Saharan Africa: A way forward for policy, practice and research
INS Djenontin, S Foli, LC Zulu
Sustainability 10 (4), 906, 2018
312018
Bringing people back into protected forests in developing countries: Insights from co-management in Malawi
L Zulu
Sustainability 5 (5), 1917-1943, 2013
282013
Evaluation of geospatial methods to generate subnational HIV prevalence estimates for local level planning
TB Hallett, SJ Anderson, CA Asante, N Bartlett, V Bendaud, S Bhatt, ...
Aids 30 (9), 2016
272016
From top-down to bottom-up: the difficult case of the Blantyre City Fuelwood Project
E Kalipeni, L Zulu
Journal of Southern African Studies 28 (1), 117-136, 2002
262002
Empirical linkages between devolved tenure systems and forest conditions: Challenges, findings, and recommendations
R Yin, L Zulu, J Qi, M Freudenberger, M Sommerville
Forest Policy and Economics 73, 294-299, 2016
252016
Empirical linkages between devolved tenure systems and forest conditions: Primary evidence
R Yin, L Zulu, J Qi, M Freudenberger, M Sommerville
Forest Policy and Economics 73, 277-285, 2016
232016
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