Haimanot B. Atinkut

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
University of Gondar



                                         

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FUTURE PROJECTS

Farmers’ willingness-to-pay for eco-friendly agricultural waste management in Ethiopia: A contingent valuation

The abundance of agricultural waste (AW) production following rapid population growth and resource constraints has created an urgent need for sustainable agricultural waste management (AWM) for the welfare of rural society. In Ethiopia, open burning of biomass is common practice after harvest and in household cooking, and smoke and improperly discarded AW are also major problems. However, compared with municipal waste management, AWM is poorly addressed. In this study, we seek to assess the current AWM status, farmers’ willingness to pay (WTP), and the factors affecting WTP for ecofriendly AWM in the Mirab Gojjam, Amhara region of Ethiopia, which has not been studied previously. Data were collected through a contingent valuation survey of 353 randomly selected farmers in early spring 2018. We offered labour days and money as a payment vehicle. The mean annual WTP is 6.84 labour days (eq 273.50 Birr) and 8.20 Birr in monetary value, respectively. The strongly significant


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cognition of agriculture waste and payments for a circular agriculture model in central china

An integrated model combining multi-layer cradle to cradle approach: cost effective, technically sound, and bioenvironmental cutting-edge agricultural waste assessment technologies are lacking; to address this gap, the study proposes circular agriculture model (CAM) to support an integrated, bio-based, sustainable and broadly applicable rural society. CAM is an innovative, quasi-public product, bio-commodity, and concept. This study uses survey data on the Chinese province of Hubei to consider the returning of crop residues to the soil and manure for compost or biogas production (first-generation biorefinery). It explores farmers’ environmental understanding and their willingness to pay (WTP) under a “polluter pays” principle. Factors, including education, infrastructure, trust in family-neighbors, and environmental attitudes, have a significant effect on WTP. Moreover, income, sustainability-recycling behavior, environmental perception, perceived usefulness-easiness, and trust-in-gove


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Scopus Publications

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Scholar Citations

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Scopus Publications

  • Groundwater quality evaluation of the alluvial aquifers using GIS and water quality indices in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    Agumase K. Tefera, Abraham Bayeh Wassie, Berhanu G. Sinshaw, Dessalew T. Defersha, Tesfahun Aleka Takele, Simir Birhan Atanaw, Aniley T. Tesfaye, Edmealem Getu, Habtamu M. Fenta, Haimanot B. Atinkut, Temesgen Enku, Dejene Sahilu, and Assefa M. Melesse

    Groundwater for Sustainable Development, eISSN: 2352801X, Published: August 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Modeling soil erosion using RUSLE and GIS at watershed level in the upper beles, Ethiopia
    Yadeta Saketa Kebede, Nega Tamene Endalamaw, Berhanu G. Sinshaw, and Haimanot B. Atinkut

    Environmental Challenges, eISSN: 26670100, Published: January 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Cognition of agriculture waste and payments for a circular agriculture model in Central China
    Haimanot B. Atinkut, Tingwu Yan, Fengyi Zhang, Shengze Qin, Hao Gai, and Qiqi Liu

    Scientific Reports, eISSN: 20452322, Published: 1 December 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    AbstractAn integrated model combining multi-layer cradle to cradle approach: cost effective, technically sound, and bioenvironmental cutting-edge agricultural waste assessment technologies are lacking; to address this gap, the study proposes circular agriculture model (CAM) to support an integrated, bio-based, sustainable and broadly applicable rural society. CAM is an innovative, quasi-public product, bio-commodity, and concept. This study uses survey data on the Chinese province of Hubei to consider the returning of crop residues to the soil and manure for compost or biogas production (first-generation biorefinery). It explores farmers' environmental understanding and their willingness to pay (WTP) under a “polluter pays” principle. Factors, including education, infrastructure, trust in family-neighbors, and environmental attitudes, have a significant effect on WTP. Moreover, income, sustainability-recycling behavior, environmental perception, perceived usefulness-easiness, and trust-in-government positively affect farmers’ WTP, whereas environmental attitude, intention, and selfishness have a negative effect. It, therefore, calls for the integration and cooperation of private, government, business, R&D and public welfare to value the combined rural traditions, religion, philosophy and belief, socio-psychological and altruistic values of local communities, which are essential for building trust and providing ecological security, tech spill-over, thereby indirectly helping farmers to restore their livelihoods.

  • Farmers’ willingness-to-pay for eco-friendly agricultural waste management in Ethiopia: A contingent valuation
    Haimanot B. Atinkut, Tingwu Yan, Yibeltal Arega, and Muhammad Haseeb Raza

    Journal of Cleaner Production, ISSN: 09596526, Volume: 261, Published: 10 July 2020 Elsevier BV

  • Soil water dynamics on irrigated garlic and pepper crops using hydrus–1D model in the lake Tana-Basin, northwestern Ethiopia
    Enguday Bekele, Seifu Tilahun, Abebech Beyene, Sisay Asres, Berhanu Geremew, and Haimanot Atinkut

    Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST, ISSN: 18678211, Volume: 308 LNICST, Pages: 193-209, Published: 2020 Springer International Publishing

  • Spatial analysis of groundwater potential using gis based multi criteria decision analysis method in Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
    Agumase T. Kindie, Temesegen Enku, Mamaru A. Moges, Berhanu S. Geremew, and Haimanot B. Atinkut

    Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST, ISSN: 18678211, Volume: 274, Pages: 439-456, Published: 2019 Springer International Publishing

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Hydrological modeling, impact of land-use and land-cover change on hydrological process and sediment yield; case study in Jedeb and Chemoga watersheds
    SY Birhanu, MA Moges, BG Sinshaw, AK Tefera, HB Atinkut, HM Fenta, ...
    Energy Nexus 5, 100051 2022

  • Watershed-based soil erosion and sediment yield modeling in the Rib watershed of the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    BG Sinshaw, AM Belete, BM Mekonen, TG Wubetu, TL Anley, ...
    Energy Nexus 3, 100023 2021

  • Groundwater quality evaluation of the alluvial aquifers using GIS and water quality indices in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    AK Tefera, AB Wassie, BG Sinshaw, DT Defersha, TA Takele, SB Atanaw, ...
    Groundwater for Sustainable Development 14, 100636 2021

  • Prioritization of potential soil erosion susceptibility region Using fuzzy Logic and Analytical Hierarchy process, Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    BGSAMBAKTADBBB Bizuneh
    Water-Energy Nexus 4 2021

  • Modeling soil erosion using RUSLE and GIS at watershed level in the upper beles, Ethiopia
    YS Kebede, NT Endalamaw, BG Sinshaw, HB Atinkut
    Environmental Challenges 2, 100009 2021

  • Farmers’ willingness-to-pay for eco-friendly agricultural waste management in Ethiopia: A contingent valuation
    HB Atinkut, T Yan, Y Arega, MH Raza
    Journal of cleaner production 261, 121211 2020

  • Cognition of agriculture waste and payments for a circular agriculture model in Central China
    HB Atinkut, T Yan, F Zhang, S Qin, H Gai, Q Liu
    Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-15 2020

  • Environmental Challenges
    DO Gemeda, YT Melaku, TA Chamada, AT Adugna
    2020

  • Soil water dynamics on irrigated garlic and pepper crops using Hydrus–1D model in the lake Tana-basin, Northwestern Ethiopia
    E Bekele, S Tilahun, A Beyene, S Asres, B Geremew, H Atinkut
    International Conference on Advances of Science and Technology, 193-209 2019

  • Factors influencing consumers€™ choice of street-foods and fast-foods in China
    BA Haimanot, T Yan, G Bekele, Q Shengze, A Kidane, Y Biruk, M Taye, ...
    African journal of Marketing management 10 (4), 28-39 2018

  • Spatial analysis of groundwater potential using GIS based multi criteria decision analysis method in Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
    AT Kindie, T Enku, MA Moges, BS Geremew, HB Atinkut
    International Conference on Advances of Science and Technology, 439-456 2018

  • Assessing Stakeholders Integration in Practicing Agricultural Extension System in Selected Districts of North Gondar Zone
    KA Beyene Derso, H Atinkut, M Gedefaw
    2018

  • Analysis of Organic and Green Food Production and Consumption Trends in China
    ABH Gebisa Etea Bekele , Deyi Zhou, Assefa Abebe Kidane
    Am. J. Theor. Appl. Bus. 3 (4), 64-70 2017

  • The Drivers of China’s Agricultural Production Efficiency over 40 Years
    HB Atinkut, Y Tingwu, BE Gebisa, S Yan, K Adino, G Agitew, B Derso, ...
    2017

  • Does domestic migration have a challenge? Evidence from Northwestern Ethiopia
    K Adino, H Atinkut, S Yehuala, T Petros
    International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 9 (3), 28-34 2017

  • Farmers’ investment on sustainable agricultural practices: evidence from Amhara Region, Ethiopia
    HB Atinkut, AK Bedri, AK Sentayehu, D Warren
    American Journal of Life Sciences 5 (2), 38-45 2017

  • The Dynamics of Agricultural Based Livelihoods Strategies in Response to Land: The Case of Quara District in North-Western Ethiopia
    G Agitew, D Melak, S Yehuala, H Atinkut
    2016

  • Determinant factors of social network in the resettlement area: The case of Metema District Resettlement Scheme
    K Adino, H Atinkut
    2015

  • The determinant factors for internal migration in rural areas of North Gondar: The case of Dabat District
    K ADINO, H ATINKUT, S YEHUALA, T PETROS
    2015

  • Adoption of conservation agricultural practices: the case of Dangila District, Amhara Region, Ethiopia
    HA Bazezew
    2015

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Modeling soil erosion using RUSLE and GIS at watershed level in the upper beles, Ethiopia
    YS Kebede, NT Endalamaw, BG Sinshaw, HB Atinkut
    Environmental Challenges 2, 100009 2021
    Citations: 37

  • Farmers’ willingness-to-pay for eco-friendly agricultural waste management in Ethiopia: A contingent valuation
    HB Atinkut, T Yan, Y Arega, MH Raza
    Journal of cleaner production 261, 121211 2020
    Citations: 27

  • Factors influencing consumers€™ choice of street-foods and fast-foods in China
    BA Haimanot, T Yan, G Bekele, Q Shengze, A Kidane, Y Biruk, M Taye, ...
    African journal of Marketing management 10 (4), 28-39 2018
    Citations: 17

  • Cognition of agriculture waste and payments for a circular agriculture model in Central China
    HB Atinkut, T Yan, F Zhang, S Qin, H Gai, Q Liu
    Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-15 2020
    Citations: 16

  • Spatial analysis of groundwater potential using GIS based multi criteria decision analysis method in Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
    AT Kindie, T Enku, MA Moges, BS Geremew, HB Atinkut
    International Conference on Advances of Science and Technology, 439-456 2018
    Citations: 15

  • Analysis of Organic and Green Food Production and Consumption Trends in China
    ABH Gebisa Etea Bekele , Deyi Zhou, Assefa Abebe Kidane
    Am. J. Theor. Appl. Bus. 3 (4), 64-70 2017
    Citations: 15

  • Prioritization of potential soil erosion susceptibility region Using fuzzy Logic and Analytical Hierarchy process, Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    BGSAMBAKTADBBB Bizuneh
    Water-Energy Nexus 4 2021
    Citations: 9

  • Farmers’ investment on sustainable agricultural practices: evidence from Amhara Region, Ethiopia
    HB Atinkut, AK Bedri, AK Sentayehu, D Warren
    American Journal of Life Sciences 5 (2), 38-45 2017
    Citations: 7

  • Adoption of conservation agricultural practices: the case of Dangila District, Amhara Region, Ethiopia
    HA Bazezew
    2015
    Citations: 4

  • Groundwater quality evaluation of the alluvial aquifers using GIS and water quality indices in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    AK Tefera, AB Wassie, BG Sinshaw, DT Defersha, TA Takele, SB Atanaw, ...
    Groundwater for Sustainable Development 14, 100636 2021
    Citations: 3

  • The Drivers of China’s Agricultural Production Efficiency over 40 Years
    HB Atinkut, Y Tingwu, BE Gebisa, S Yan, K Adino, G Agitew, B Derso, ...
    2017
    Citations: 3

  • Watershed-based soil erosion and sediment yield modeling in the Rib watershed of the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia
    BG Sinshaw, AM Belete, BM Mekonen, TG Wubetu, TL Anley, ...
    Energy Nexus 3, 100023 2021
    Citations: 2

  • Soil water dynamics on irrigated garlic and pepper crops using Hydrus–1D model in the lake Tana-basin, Northwestern Ethiopia
    E Bekele, S Tilahun, A Beyene, S Asres, B Geremew, H Atinkut
    International Conference on Advances of Science and Technology, 193-209 2019
    Citations: 2

  • Environmental Challenges
    DO Gemeda, YT Melaku, TA Chamada, AT Adugna
    2020
    Citations: 1

  • Does domestic migration have a challenge? Evidence from Northwestern Ethiopia
    K Adino, H Atinkut, S Yehuala, T Petros
    International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 9 (3), 28-34 2017
    Citations: 1

  • Determinant factors of social network in the resettlement area: The case of Metema District Resettlement Scheme
    K Adino, H Atinkut
    2015
    Citations: 1

  • The determinant factors for internal migration in rural areas of North Gondar: The case of Dabat District
    K ADINO, H ATINKUT, S YEHUALA, T PETROS
    2015
    Citations: 1