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Marking the success or end of global multi-stakeholder governance? The rise of national sustainability standards in Indonesia and Brazil for palm oil and soy
The RSPO and RTRS are global private partnerships that have been set up by business and civil society actors from the North to curb de-forestation and to promote sustainable production of palm oil orExpand
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Governing biofuels in Brazil: A comparison of ethanol and biodiesel policies
Over the last decade Brazil has implemented a new and ambitious biofuel program: the National Program of Production and Use of Biodiesel (PNPB). When launching this program in 2004 the governmentExpand
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Food sovereignty: the debate, the deadlock, and a suggested detour
Whereas hundreds of social movements and NGOs all over the world have embraced the concept of food sovereignty, not many public authorities at the national and international level have adopted theExpand
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Managing Wicked Problems in Agribusiness: The Role of Multi-Stakeholder Engagements in Value Creation EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Environmental degradation and biodiversity loss, persisting poverty, a mounting obesity epidemic, food insecurity and the use of biotechnology are all examples of wicked problems faced byExpand
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Identifying barriers and levers of biodiversity mainstreaming in four cases of transnational governance of land and water
Abstract Mainstreaming biodiversity into the governance of economic sectors such as agriculture, forestry and fisheries is required to reverse biodiversity loss and achieve globally adoptedExpand
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Financial Landscapes Reconstructed: The Fine Art Of Mapping Development
This book contains a collection of readings on financial intermediation for which the landscape is designedly chosen as a metaphor, to stimulate reflection on all the critical dimensions of financialExpand
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Women's differential use of ROSCAs in Indonesia.
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