Articles scientifiques

 

Ilboudo Nébié, E.K., Brewis, A., Wutich, A., Yogo, P. and Magassa, K. (under review). Livelihoods, Gender, and Water Insecurity: Understanding Intra-household Differences in Burkina Faso. Society and Natural Resources.

 

Mauerman, M., Ross, C., Ilboudo Nébié, E.K., Anderson, W., Jensen, N.M Chelanga, P. (under review) The Long-Term Impact of Multi-Season Droughts on Livestock Holdings and Pastoralist Decision-Making in Marsabit, Kenya. Journal of Land Degradation.

 

Quimby, B., Roque, A.D., Ilboudo Nébié, E.K, Levine, A., Amaama, S.A., Wutich,A., Brewis,A., and Sameulu, L.E. (under review). Blue food sovereignty benefits social-ecological resilience: a case study of small-scale fisheries comanagement and mariculture in Samoa. Human Ecology.

 

Anderson, W., C. Taylor, S. McDermid, W. Schlenker, R. Seager, E.K. Ilboudo Nébié, F. Cottier, A. de Sherbinin, D. Mendeloff , K. Markey. 2021. Characterizing the effect of drought, conflict, and locusts on food security in Africa Nature Food.

 

Hernandez-Aguilera, J. N., W. Anderson, A.L. Bridges, M.P. Fernandez, W.D. Hansen, M.L. Maurer, E.K. Ilboudo Nébié, A. Stock. 2021. Supporting interdisciplinary careers for sustainability. Nature Sustainability, 4(5), 374-375.

 

West, C.T., E.K. Ilboudo Nébié, and A.J. Moody. 2021. Participatory mapping with high-resolution satellite imagery: a mixed method assessment of land degradation and rehabilitation in northern Burkina Faso. Journal of Ecological Anthropology 22(1), 1-19. https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jea/vol22/iss1/1

Giannini, A., E.K. Ilboudo Nébié, D. Ba, and O. Ndiaye. 2021. Livelihood Strategies Shape Vulnerability of Households' Food Security to Climate in Senegal. Front. Clim. 3:731036. doi: 10.3389/fclim.2021.731036  

Anderson, W., C. Taylor, S. McDermid, W. Schlenker, R. Seager, Ilboudo Nébié E. K., F. Cottier, A. de Sherbinin, D. Mendeloff , K. Markey. 2021. Violent conflict exacerbated drought-related food insecurity between 2009 and 2019 in sub-Saharan Africa. Nature Food. https://doi.org/10.1038/s43016-021-00327-4

 

West, C.T., Ilboudo Nébié, E. K.,and A.J. Moody. 2021. Participatory mapping with high-resolution satellite imagery: a mixed method assessment of land degradation and rehabilitation in northern Burkina Faso. Journal of Ecological Anthropology 22(1), 1-19. https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jea/vol22/iss1/1

 

Ilboudo Nébié, E. K., D. Ba, A. Giannini. 2021. Climate shocks and food security: who and where are the most vulnerable households in Senegal? Global Food Security 29: 100513. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100513

 

Ilboudo Nébié, E. K., C.T. West, T.A. Crane. 2021. Participatory Mapping with Herders in a Climate Adaptation Research

Project. Practicing Anthropology 43(1): 25-29.  https://doi.org/10.17730/0888-4552.43.1.25

 

llboudo Nébié E. K., C.T. West, T.A. Crane. 2020. 'Where's the map?': integrating ethnography with maps to understand the complementarity between pastoral mobility and border formation. Journal of Political Ecology 27(1): 795-818. https://doi.org/10.2458/v27i1.23152

 

Ilboudo Nébié, E., West, C. T. 2019. The dynamics between migration and land use and land cover change in Burkina Faso: A comparative case study. Journal of Political Ecology 26(1): 614-632. https://doi.org/10.2458/v26i1.23070

 

West, C.T., A. Moody, E.K. Nébié, and O. Sanon. 2017. Ground-truthing Sahelian greening: Ethnographic and spatial evidence from Burkina Faso. Human Ecology 45(1):89-101. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-016-9888-8

 

Call, M., T. Mayer, S. Sellers, D. Ebanks, M. Bertalan, E.K. Nébié, and C. Gray. 2017. Socio-environmental drivers of forest change in Rural Uganda. Land Use Policy 62(2017): 49-58. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2016.12.012

 

West, C.T., E.K. Nébié, and A. Somé. 2014. Famines are a thing of the past: Food insecurity trends in northern Burkina Faso. Human Organization 73(4):340–350. https://doi.org/10.17730/humo.73.4.t6952215w6281m36

 

Chapitre de livre

Ilboudo Nébié, E. 2020. Where are the Women? Gendered experiences of land resources management in the time of climate change in southern Burkina Faso. In Boyd L. and E. Burrill (eds.). Legislating Gender and Sexuality. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press

 

Rapports de synthèse

Crane, T.A., Nébié, E., Ng’ang’a, T. 2018. Social differentiation and climate change adaptation - synthesis report. LGACC Working Paper No. 2. Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute, 7pages. https://www.worldagroforestry.org/sites/agroforestry/files/2019-07/LGACC_Social%20Differentiation%20synthesis_WorkingPaper2_2019layout.pdf  

 

Nébié, E. 2016. Exploring Three Climate Adaptation Strategies in the Pastoral Zone of Sondré-Est. LGACC Project Report No. 5. Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute, 35 pages. http://apps.worldagroforestry.org/file/7886/download?token=456lDJEY

Note d'orientation

Fuchs, L.E., Njuguna, L.W., Robinson, L.W., Zampaligré, N., Coulibaly, J., Crane, T., Nébié, E., Ng’ang’a, T., Somé, B., Ontiri, E. 2018. Characterizing Local Adaptive Capacity at Various Scales: A Framework for Adaptation Planning. LGACC Policy Brief 2. Nairobi, Kenya: World Agroforestry Center.