Meso-Level Analysis on Rice-Farmers' Adaptive Measures for Slow Onset Hazard: The Case of Saltwater Intrusion in the Philippines and Vietnam
Jose V. Camacho, Jr.,
Rico C. Ancog,
Juan M. Pulhin,
Agnes C. Rola,
Rowena DT. Baconguis,
Thanh Tung Diep and
Catherine Roween C. Almaden
Agriculture and Development Notes, 2019, vol. 9, No 2
Saltwater intrusion is a problem among Filipino and Vietnamese farmers. Well-constructed intervention policies and training can support the decision to continue rice cultivation and create stronger communities amidst the threats of saltwater intrusion.
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