Sarah Nischalke
Sarah Nischalke
Agricultural sociology
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Forgotten forests? food potential of ancient coffee forests and agroforestry systems in the Southwestern Ethiopian mountains, seen through a gender lens
SM Nischalke, M Abebe, BA Wondimagegnhu, SK Kriesemer, T Beuchelt
Mountain Research and Development 37 (3), 254-262, 2017
152017
Determinants of farm livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Yayu biosphere reserve, SW Ethiopia: a gender disaggregated analysis
BA Wondimagegnhu, AT Huluka, SM Nischalke
Cogent economics & finance 7 (1), 1645583, 2019
72019
The last straw: food security in the Hindu Kush Himalayas and the additional burden of climate change.
T Kurvits, B Kaltenborn, S Nischalke, B Karky, M Jurek, T Halifdan Aase
The last straw: food security in the Hindu Kush Himalayas and the additional …, 2014
62014
Changes and Risks in the Megaurban Food System of Hyderabad/India. A Bourdieuan approach to lower middle classes' vulnerable food sovereignty
H Nissel
MITTEILUNGEN DER OSTERREICHISCHEN GEOGRAPHISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT 155, 411-412, 2013
32013
How to turn collectors of edible insects into mini-livestock farmers: Multidimensional sustainability challenges to a thriving industry
S Nischalke, I Wagler, C Tanga, D Allan, C Phankaew, C Ratompoarison, ...
Global Food Security 26, 100376, 2020
22020
“It is edible, so we eat it”: Insect supply and consumption in the central highlands of Madagascar
J Dürr, H Andriamazaoro, S Nischalke, N Preteseille, A Rabenjanahary, ...
International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 40 (1), 167-179, 2020
22020
Adding a gender lens in quantitative development research on food and non-food biomass production: A guide for sex-disaggregated data collection
T Beuchelt, S Nischalke
ZEF Working Paper Series, 2018
22018
Current adaptations and future prospects of Himalayan farming
TH Aase, NB Holmelin, B van Oort, NK Agrawal, S Nischalke, W Wang, ...
Climate Change and the Future of Himalayan Farming, 296-346, 2017
22017
Adaptation Options to Improve Food Security in a Changing Climate in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan Region
SM Nischalke
Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, DOI 10, 978-3, 2014
22014
The role of biodiversity and natural resource management in food security in south-eastern Madagascar
N Randrianarison, S Nischalke, H Andriamazaoro
International Symposium on Survey of Uses of Plant Genetic Resources to the …, 2017
12017
Participatory evaluation of vegetables to enhance household nutrition in forest garden areas in Ethiopia
SK Kriesemer, GB Keding, E Etissa, SM Nischalke, H Jaenicke
International Symposia on Tropical and Temperate Horticulture-ISTTH2016 1205 …, 2016
12016
Challenges to women as food and risk managers in the context of floods: A case study from Tinsukia 1
SM Nischalke, S Bisht
Gender, Poverty and Livelihood in the Eastern Himalayas, 67-84, 2017
2017
Gender challenges in horticultural research in Ethiopia and Madagascar
SM Nischalke, M Abebe, B Assefa, GB Keding, SK Kriesemer, ...
International Symposia on Tropical and Temperate Horticulture-ISTTH2016 1205 …, 2016
2016
Feminization of farming in the Himalayas–Are women to become the new farm managers or just exhausted agricultural laborers?
S Nischalke
Connecting local and global food for sustainable solutions in public food …, 2015
2015
Women drive alternative economies in the Himalayas.
SM Nischalke
Farming Matters 31 (4), 38-40, 2015
2015
Introduction: Adapting to Uncertainty
TH Aase, NK Agrawal, S Nischalke
Climate Change and the Future of Himalayan Farming, 1-14, 0
Stranded between ‘Good Floods’ and ‘Bad Floods’: Lawpani Village, Assam, India
S Nischalke, S Bisht
Climate Change and the Future of Himalayan Farming, 267-295, 0
Gender inequalities show and deepen in times of pandemic
A Brückner, L Hashweh, M Shumo, N Moret, I Eguavoen, S Nischalke, ...
We are where we eat-The analysis of the social and spatial dimension of urban food systems with the help of inequality research (with case study of Hyderabad/India)
S Nischalke
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