Giuseppina Siciliano
Giuseppina Siciliano
Lecturer in Sustainable Development Centre for Development Environment and Policy, SOAS
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Urbanization strategies, rural development and land use changes in China: A multiple-level integrated assessment
G Siciliano
Land use policy 29 (1), 165-178, 2012
2002012
A comprehensive review of constraints to improved management of fertilizers in China and mitigation of diffuse water pollution from agriculture
LED Smith, G Siciliano
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 209, 15-25, 2015
1392015
Assessment of land degradation susceptibility by scenario analysis: A case study in Southern Tuscany, Italy
M Märker, L Angeli, L Bottai, R Costantini, R Ferrari, L Innocenti, ...
Geomorphology 93 (1-2), 120-129, 2008
802008
Hydropower, social priorities and the rural–urban development divide: The case of large dams in Cambodia
G Siciliano, F Urban, S Kim, PD Lonn
Energy Policy 86, 273-285, 2015
602015
Global investments in agricultural land and the role of the EU: Drivers, scope and potential impacts
M Antonelli, G Siciliano, ME Turvani, MC Rulli
Land use policy 47, 98-111, 2015
602015
Integrating adaptive governance and participatory multicriteria methods: a framework for climate adaptation governance
S Munaretto, G Siciliano, ME Turvani
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
592014
C hinese Overseas Hydropower Dams and Social Sustainability: The B ui D am in G hana and the K amchay D am in C ambodia
F Urban, J Nordensvard, G Siciliano, B Li
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 2 (3), 573-589, 2015
522015
Rural‐urban migration and domestic land grabbing in China
G Siciliano
Population, Space and Place 20 (4), 333-351, 2014
442014
Large dams, energy justice and the divergence between international, national and local developmental needs and priorities in the global South
G Siciliano, F Urban, M Tan-Mullins, G Mohan
Energy research & social science 41, 199-209, 2018
392018
The livelihood challenges of resettled communities of the Bui dam project in Ghana and the role of Chinese dam‐builders
PWK Yankson, AB Asiedu, K Owusu, F Urban, G Siciliano
Development Policy Review 36, O476-O494, 2018
352018
South–South Technology Transfer of Low‐Carbon Innovation: Large Chinese Hydropower Dams in Cambodia
F Urban, G Siciliano, K Sour, PD Lonn, M Tan‐Mullins, G Mang
Sustainable Development 23 (4), 232-244, 2015
352015
Mitigation of diffuse water pollution from agriculture in England and China, and the scope for policy transfer
L Smith, A Inman, X Lai, H Zhang, M Fanqiao, Z Jianbin, S Burke, C Rahn, ...
Land use policy 61, 208-219, 2017
322017
Social multicriteria evaluation of farming practices in the presence of soil degradation. A case study in Southern Tuscany, Italy
G Siciliano
Environment, Development and Sustainability 11 (6), 1107, 2009
312009
The political ecology of Chinese large dams in Cambodia: implications, challenges and lessons learnt from the Kamchay Dam
G Siciliano, F Urban, M Tan-Mullins, L Pichdara, S Kim
Water 8 (9), 405, 2016
302016
Equity-based natural resource allocation for infrastructure development: evidence from large hydropower dams in Africa and Asia
G Siciliano, F Urban
Ecological Economics 134, 130-139, 2017
252017
China’s dam-builders: Their role in transboundary river management in South-East Asia
F Urban, G Siciliano, J Nordensvard
International Journal of Water Resources Development 34 (5), 747-770, 2018
222018
European large-scale farmland investments and the land-water-energy-food nexus
G Siciliano, MC Rulli, P D’odorico
Advances in Water Resources 110, 579-590, 2017
152017
The limits of social protection: The case of hydropower dams and indigenous peoples' land
FM Cooke, J Nordensvard, GB Saat, F Urban, G Siciliano
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 4 (3), 437-450, 2017
142017
Insights and participatory actions driven by a socio-hydrogeological approach for groundwater management: the Grombalia Basin case study (Tunisia)
C Tringali, V Re, G Siciliano, N Chkir, C Tuci, K Zouari
Hydrogeology Journal 25 (5), 1241-1255, 2017
132017
Strategies for sustainable nutrient management: insights from a mixed natural and social science analysis of Chinese crop production systems
J Bellarby, G Siciliano, LED Smith, L Xin, J Zhou, K Liu, L Jie, F Meng, ...
Environmental Development 21, 52-65, 2017
122017
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