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Diverging viewpoints on tiger conservation: A Q-method study and survey of conservation professionals in India
abstract Biodiversity conservation often involves contentious and complex decision-making dilemmas that do not have clear solutions yet need urgent attention. Such problems typically involveExpand
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Understanding the contribution of wild edible plants to rural social- ecological resilience in semi-arid Kenya
Wild edible plants (WEPs) are known to make important contributions to food baskets and livelihoods in the smallholder and subsistence farming communities of sub-Saharan Africa. As a result,Expand
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The evolution of local participation and the mode of knowledge production in Arctic research
Arctic science is often claimed to have been transformed by the increased involvement of local people, but these claims of a new research paradigm have not been empirically evaluated. We argue thatExpand
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Saving the superstar: a review of the social factors affecting tiger conservation in India.
Tiger conservation in India represents an excellent case study of the many challenges facing conservation programs internationally. It is well understood that tigers are sensitive to humanExpand
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ASSESSING THE UTILITY OF STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS TO PROTECTED AREAS MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF CORBETT NATIONAL PARK, INDIA
This study tests the potential utility of Stakeholder Analysis to Protected Area management. Using Corbett National Park (CNP), India, as a case study, Stakeholder Analysis (SA) was used to identifyExpand
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Quantifying the economic contribution of wild food harvests to rural livelihoods: A global-comparative analysis
This paper empirically quantifies and analyses (i) the economic contribution of wild foods to rural households, (ii) the household socio-economic, demographic, and geographical correlates of wildExpand
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A virtual and anonymous, deliberative and analytic participation process for planning and evaluation: The Concept Mapping Policy Delphi
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Integrating knowledge and values across a range of stakeholders and experts is a common goal of, and challenge in, forecasting and planning processes across numerous decision-making domains. Expand
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Monitoring and information reporting for sustainable forest management: An international multiple case study analysis
Abstract In forest management there has been a proliferation of tools, methods and standards for local-level monitoring and information reporting that has made it difficult for forest managers toExpand
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Quantifying the research impact of the Sustainable Forest Management Network in the social sciences: a bibliometric study
This research note presents the results of a bibliometric analysis that was conducted to better understand the impact that Sustainable Forest Management Network (SFMN) funded research had in theExpand
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Factors affecting the innovation potential of smallholder farmers in the Caribbean Community
Abstract The need for domestic smallholder farming systems to better support food and nutrition security in the Caribbean is a pressing challenge. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) faces complexExpand
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