Uche Okpara
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Conflicts about water in Lake Chad: Are environmental, vulnerability and security issues linked?
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, AJ Dougill, MD Bila
Progress in Development Studies 15 (4), 308-325, 2015
Lake drying and livelihood dynamics in Lake Chad: Unravelling the mechanisms, contexts and responses
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, AJ Dougill
Ambio 45 (7), 781-795, 2016
A social-ecological systems approach is necessary to achieve land degradation neutrality
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, M Akhtar-Schuster, GI Metternicht, M Dallimer, ...
Environmental science & policy 89, 59-66, 2018
Using a novel climate–water conflict vulnerability index to capture double exposures in Lake Chad
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, AJ Dougill
Regional environmental change 17 (2), 351-366, 2017
Integrating climate adaptation, water governance and conflict management policies in lake riparian zones: Insights from African drylands
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, AJ Dougill
Environmental Science & Policy 79, 36-44, 2018
How the COVID-19 pandemic may hinder efforts to address shocks from climate change and violent extremism in Lake Chad
U Okpara
Natural Resource Institute, 2020
Perspectives on contextual vulnerability in discourses of climate conflict
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, AJ Dougill
Earth System Dynamics 7, 89-102, 2016
Gender and land degradation neutrality: A cross‐country analysis to support more equitable practices
UT Okpara, LC Stringer, M Akhtar‐Schuster
Land Degradation & Development 30 (11), 1368-1378, 2019
Helping stakeholders select and apply appraisal tools to mitigate soil threats: Researchers’ experiences from across Europe
UT Okpara, L Fleskens, LC Stringer, R Hessel, F Bachmann, ...
Journal of environmental management 257, 110005, 2020
Characterising the relationship between climate shocks, lake drying and conflict in the Lake Chad Basin
UT Okpara
University of Leeds, 2016
concerning our manuscript entitled “Perspectives on contextual vulnerability in discourses of climate conflict”-ESD-2015-81.
U Okpara
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