Md Saidul Islam
Md Saidul Islam
Associate Professor, Sociology, Nanyang Technological University
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Certify Sustainable Aquaculture?
RK S. R. Bush, B. Belton, D. Hall, P. Vandergeest, F. J. Murray, S. Ponte, P ...
Science 341 (6150), 1067-1068, 2013
From pond to plate: towards a twin-driven commodity chain in Bangladesh shrimp aquaculture
MS Islam
Food Policy 33 (3), 209-223, 2008
Community capitals as community resilience to climate change: Conceptual connections
SM Kais, MS Islam
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (12), 1211, 2016
From sea to shrimp processing factories in Bangladesh: gender and employment at the bottom of a global commodity chain
MDS Islam
Journal of South Asian Development 3 (2), 211-236, 2008
Confronting the blue revolution: industrial aquaculture and sustainability in the global south
MS Islam
University of Toronto Press, 2014
In search of “white gold”: environmental and agrarian changes in rural Bangladesh
MS Islam
Society and Natural Resources 22 (1), 66-78, 2008
Emerging trends in aquaculture value chain research
SR Bush, B Belton, DC Little, MS Islam
Aquaculture 498, 428-434, 2019
Trans-boundary haze pollution in Southeast Asia: sustainability through plural environmental governance
MS Islam, Y Hui Pei, S Mangharam
Sustainability 8 (5), 499, 2016
Development, power, and the environment: neoliberal paradox in the age of vulnerability
MS Islam
Routledge, 2013
“Minority Islam” in Muslim majority Bangladesh: The violent road to a new brand of secularism
MD Saidul Islam
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 31 (1), 125-141, 2011
Old philosophy, new movement: The rise of the Islamic ecological paradigm in the discourse of environmentalism
MS Islam
Nature and Culture 7 (1), 72-94, 2012
Social justice in the globalization of production: Labor, gender, and the environment nexus
MS Islam, MI Hossain
Springer, 2016
Climate change and food in/security: A critical nexus
MS Islam, AT Wong
Environments 4 (2), 38, 2017
Impacts of and resilience to climate change at the bottom of the shrimp commodity chain in Bangladesh: A preliminary investigation
SM Kais, MS Islam
Aquaculture 493, 406-415, 2018
Islam, politics and secularism in Bangladesh: Contesting the dominant narratives
MN Islam, MS Islam
Social Sciences 7 (3), 37, 2018
State, religion, and environmentalism: fostering social cohesion and environmental protection in Singapore
A Chan, MS Islam
Environmental Sociology 1 (3), 177-189, 2015
“Environmentalism of the poor”: the Tipaimukh Dam, ecological disasters and environmental resistance beyond borders
MS Islam, MN Islam
Bandung 3 (1), 1-16, 2016
Human-animal relationship: Understanding animal rights in the Islamic ecological paradigm
MN Islam, MS Islam
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 14 (41), 96-126, 2015
When “Nature” strikes: A sociology of climate change and disaster vulnerabilities in Asia
MS Islam, SH Lim
Nature and Culture 10 (1), 57-80, 2015
Climate change and urban resilience: the Singapore story
MS Islam, QR An
Globalization, Development, and Security in Asia 4, 205-220, 2014
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