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September 2013

REDD+ @WUR

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As of 1 September 2013, I am the new coordinator for the REDD+ research network at the Wageningen University. This network is known as REDD@WUR. Over 80 researchers at the Wageningen University are working on REDD+ related issues and this… Read More »REDD+ @WUR

The promise of practice: the value of the practice approach for forest and nature governance studies

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Jelle Behagel, Bas Arts, Severine van Bommel, Jessica de Koning, Esther Turnhout, 2013, In: Arts, B., Behagel, J., Bommel, S. van, Koning, J. de, Turnhout, E. Forest and nature governance: a practice based approach. Dordrecht: Springer. A practice based approach… Read More »The promise of practice: the value of the practice approach for forest and nature governance studies

Prelude to practice: introducing a practice based approach to forest and nature governance

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Bas Arts, Jelle Behagel, Severine van Bommel, Jessica de Koning, Esther Turnhout, 2013, In: Arts, B., Behagel, J., Bommel, S. van, Koning, J. de, Turnhout, E. Forest and nature governance: a practice based approach. Dordrecht: Springer. ‘Forest and nature governance’… Read More »Prelude to practice: introducing a practice based approach to forest and nature governance

Unpredictable outcomes

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To save the forests of the Amazon, countries have been designing new rules, laws and mechanisms. But the effect of these rules are not always good and local people living in the forests respond to them in a unpredictable manner.… Read More »Unpredictable outcomes

Institutional bricolage in community forestry: an agenda for future research

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Jessica de Koning and Frances Cleaver, 2012, In: Arts, B.J.M., S. van Bommel, M.A.F. Ros-Tonen, G.M. Verschoor (eds.) Forest people interfaces; Understanding community forestry and biocultural diversity. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers This book chapter outlines the concept of institutional bricolage… Read More »Institutional bricolage in community forestry: an agenda for future research