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Dry Forests in Madagascar: Neglected and Under Pressure
SUMMARY The dry forests in Madagascar represent a remarkable tropical forest ecosystem, occupying almost the entire west slope of the island up to the very northern tip, especially on substratesExpand
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Monitoring, indicators and community based forest management in the tropics: pretexts or red herrings?
Over the last 20 years, transfer of the management of natural resources to local populations has been a major trend in the tropics. Many of these initiatives today incorporate the development ofExpand
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Landscape labelling: A concept for next-generation payment for ecosystem service schemes
Current payment for environmental service (PES) schemes face challenges in the form of evaluation of opportunity costs and ecosystem service delivery, high transaction costs, and difficulties inExpand
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Quelles sont les causes de la déforestation dans le bassin du Congo ? Synthèse bibliographique et études de cas
Description du sujet. Les forets du Bassin du Congo font partie des zones forestieres les mieux preservees de la planete. Neanmoins, les facteurs qui entrainent la deforestation ailleurs dans leExpand
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Promoting native trees in shade coffee plantations of southern India: comparison of growth rates with the exotic Grevillea robusta
Traditional shade coffee plantations of Kodagu district, in the Western Ghats of southern India, harbor a high density and diversity of trees. Local farmers appreciate native biodiversity, butExpand
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Exploring How Knowledge and Communication Influence Natural Resources Management With ReHab
ReHab is a role-playing game, both cooperative and competitive, exploring the role of knowledge production and communication for the conservation and management of natural resources. Expand
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Reframing Community Forestry to Manage the Forest–Farm Interface
At the 2010 Montpellier conference on ‘Taking Stock of Smallholder and Community Forestry: Where do we go from here?’, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners came together to discuss historicalExpand
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Response to Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
Our study quantified the global tree restoration potential and its associated carbon storage potential under existing climate conditions. Expand
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Does environmental certification in coffee promote “business as usual”? A case study from the Western Ghats, India
Conservation initiatives are designed to address threats to forests and biodiversity, often through partnerships with natural-resource users who are incentivized to change their land-use andExpand
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