Leslie Gray
Leslie Gray
Professor of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Santa Clara University
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A geographical perspective on poverty–environment interactions
LC Gray, WG Moseley
Geographical Journal 171 (1), 9-23, 2005
Diminished access, diverted exclusion: Women and land tenure in sub-Saharan Africa
L Gray, M Kevane
African Studies Review 42 (2), 15-39, 1999
A woman's field is made at night: Gendered land rights and norms in Burkina Faso
M Kevane, LC Gray
Feminist economics 5 (3), 1-26, 1999
Reconciling indigenous knowledge with scientific assessment of soil fertility changes in southwestern Burkina Faso
LC Gray, P Morant
Geoderma 111 (3-4), 425-437, 2003
Can home gardens scale up into movements for social change? The role of home gardens in providing food security and community change in San Jose, California
L Gray, P Guzman, KM Glowa, AG Drevno
Local Environment 19 (2), 187-203, 2014
Evolving tenure rights and agricultural intensification in southwestern Burkina Faso
LC Gray, M Kevane
World Development 29 (4), 573-587, 2001
Is land being degraded? A multi‐scale investigation of landscape change in southwestern Burkina Faso
LC Gray
Land Degradation & Development 10 (4), 329-343, 1999
Darfur: rainfall and conflict
M Kevane, L Gray
Environmental Research Letters 3 (3), 034006, 2008
Subversive and interstitial food spaces: transforming selves, societies, and society–environment relations through urban agriculture and foraging
RE Galt, LC Gray, P Hurley
Local Environment 19 (2), 133-146, 2014
Community and home gardens increase vegetable intake and food security of residents in San Jose, California
S Algert, L Diekmann, M Renvall, L Gray
California Agriculture 70 (2), 77-82, 2016
Hanging by a thread: Cotton, globalization, and poverty in Africa
WG Moseley, LC Gray
Ohio University Press, 2008
What kind of intensification? Agricultural practice, soil fertility and socioeconomic differentiation in rural Burkina Faso
LC Gray
Geographical Journal 171 (1), 70-82, 2005
Environmental policy, land rights, and conflict: rethinking community natural resource management programs in Burkina Faso
LC Gray
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20 (2), 167-182, 2002
On-farm food loss in northern and central California: Results of field survey measurements
GA Baker, LC Gray, MJ Harwood, TJ Osland, JBC Tooley
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 149, 541-549, 2019
A political ecology of socio-economic differentiation: Debt, inputs and liberalization reforms in southwestern Burkina Faso
L Gray, B Dowd-Uribe
Journal of Peasant Studies 40 (4), 683-702, 2013
Growing ‘good food’: Urban gardens, culturally acceptable produce and food security
LO Diekmann, LC Gray, GA Baker
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 35 (2), 169-181, 2020
More than food: The social benefits of localized urban food systems
LO Diekmann, LC Gray, CL Thai
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 534219, 2020
The Routledge handbook of gender and development
A Coles, L Gray, J Momsen
Routledge, 2015
The power of small-scale solar: gender, energy poverty, and entrepreneurship in Tanzania
L Gray, A Boyle, E Francks, V Yu
Development in Practice 29 (1), 26-39, 2019
Integrating conservation and development in the Peruvian Amazon
CK Gockel, LC Gray
Ecology and Society 14 (2), 2009
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