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Rural households have been suspected to rely heavily on goods and services freely provided by environmental resources. However, there has been no adequate quantitative analysis of this issue due to a lack of appropriate household data sets encompassing economic and environmental data. We use a purpose-collected 213 household data set from rural Zimbabwe to(More)
The literature on the relationship between households and environmental change-commonly termed the poverty-environment relationship-is characterised by theoretical inadequacies and a lack of empirical verification. In this paper, we start by presenting a model which integrates a multiple-use environmental resource system within the standard agricultural(More)
As the 1990s have progressed, there have been increasing concerns expressed about the effects of the structural adjustment programme in Zimbabwe, both from within and outside the country. However, the debate between agencies supporting the adjustment programme and those critical of it has often lacked the kind of basic information required for an accurate(More)
Rural households rely heavily on goods and services freely provided by environmental resources. However, there have been very few adequate quantitative analyses due to a lack of appropriate household data sets encompassing economic and environmental data. Standard household budget surveys (HBSs) inevitably lack data on environmental income. We use a 213(More)
Heegaard Floer homology is an extremely powerful invariant for closed oriented three-manifolds, introduced by Peter Ozsváth and Zoltán Szabó. This invariant was later generalized by them and independently by Jacob Rasmussen to an invariant for knots inside three-manifolds called knot Floer homology, which was later even further generalized to include the(More)
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