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5th Annual FLARE Meeting Participants

5th Annual FLARE Meeting Participants

E-mailFirst NameLast NameInstitutionCountry TitleTrack Link to Abstract
rumisen@gmail.comRumiNaitoInstitute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia and Sterling ResourcesCanadaWhere are the local communities in community-based conservation?A1Abstract
ltcooper@msu.eduLaurenCooperMichigan State UniversityUnited StatesBenefit sharing and the role of social justice to achieve equitable forest conservationA1Abstract
divyagupta6@gmail.comDivyaGuptaAshoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the EnvironmentIndiaFrom Rights on Paper to Rights in Practice: Are CSO Roles Inevitable?A1Abstract
rayna.benzeev@colorado.eduRaynaBenzeevUniversity of Colorado BoulderUnited States What’s governance got to do with it? Examining the role of municipal-level governance in forest conservationA1Abstract
vselvia@ncsu.eduViviSelvianaNorth Carolina State UniversityUnited States Learning lessons from a REDD+ Initiative: assessing the implementation process, forest and community outcomes, and impacts on local households in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.A1Abstract
frankkagyei@yahoo.comFrank KwakuAgyeiKwame Nkrumah University of Science and TechnologyGhana‘Forestry officials don’t have any land or rights here’: Authority of politico-legal institutions along Ghana’s charcoal commodity chainA2Abstract
rob.bailis@sei.orgRobBailisStockholm Environment InstituteUnited States Wood Pellets as an Alternative to Firewood and Charcoal in the Global SouthA2Abstract
kotokoa94@yahoo.comJosephAsanteTropenbos GhanaGhanaCommunity Based Governance Arrangements For Charcoal ProductionA2Abstract
lawrencebrobbey@yahoo.co.ukLawrenceBrobbeyKwame Nkrumah University of Sciene and TechnologyGhanaThe dynamics of property and other mechanisms of access: The case of charcoal production and trade in GhanaA2Abstract
aiddoo.araba@gmail.comArabaAmo-AidooAgricultural and Biosystems EngineeringGermanyStrategies for promoting sustainable development in Africa through enhanced SDG 5 and SDG 15 implementation: The case of GhanaA3Abstract
doreenayeboah@gmail.comDoreenAsumang-YeboahTropenbosGhanaGender and forest decisil: A Case of Community Forest Monitors in GhanaA3Abstract
azubuikeagwu54@gmail.comAgwuAzubuike. I.Department of agricultural economics, Faculty of Agriculture, University of IbadanNigeriaGender, Remittances And Household Development In Rural Southeast NigeriaA3Abstract
p.cronkleton@cgiar.orgPeterCronkletonCenter for International Forestry ResearchPeruEffects of customary tenure and gender on access to forests and trees in the Sahelian forest-farm interface: A cross-country comparison from Ghana and Burkina FasoA3Abstract
dcmiller@illinois.eduDanielMillerUniversity of Illinois at Urbana ChampaignUnited States A Systematic Review of the Impact of Forest Property Rights Interventions on PovertyA4Abstract
pabloj99@gmail.comPabloOrdonezUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)United StatesMachine Learning Methods for Predicting Forest LossA4Abstract
thaismottoni@gmail.comThaisSantiagoUniversity of MontanaUnited StatesDigital Conservation: Brazil’s Ambitious Plan for Environmental ManagementA4Abstract
Nadav.Lavi@beis.gov.ukNadavLaviUK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial StrategyUnited KingdomThe Evolution of the International Climate Finance’s Forest Key Performance IndicatorsA4Abstract
alarksaxena@gmail.comAlarkSaxenaYale-NUS CollegeSingaporeModeling the dynamic interactions between forest landscapes and communities: a case from central IndiaA5Abstract
zavaleta@umich.eduJenniferZavaleta-CheekUniversity of MichiganUnited States Between a shock and a hard place: survival analysis of how forest dependent people rebound from shockA5Abstract
apurva_d@isb.eduApurva DudduIndian School of BusinessIndiaJoint distribution of multiple benefits from forest commons: Livelihoods, carbon, and biodiversityA5Abstract
oindrila.basu@ymail.comOindrilaBasuForest Research InstituteIndiaSocial and Ecological Vulnerability of Indian Sunderban Mangroves using DPSIR FrameworkA5Abstract
stomobe@umich.eduShuichi TomobeUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesWho are Forests Feeding, and When? The Importance of Forest Foods for Maintaining Dietary DiversityPosterAbstract
johnlee@yu.ac.krYohanLeeYeungnam UniversitySouth KoreaTracing the living condition and poverty status of rural forest households for effective and equitable institutionalization of REDD+ safeguards in GhanaPosterAbstract
kdvogel2@illinois.eduKealieVogelUniversity of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (UIUC)United States Family Forest Management in a Budget-Constrained Environment: Evidence from Southern Illinois ForestsPosterAbstract
mbatu@mail.usf.eduRichardMbatuUniversity of South Florida St PetersburgUnited StatesForest governance and equity in REDD+ benefit-sharing: a case study of sustainable forest management in the Northwest Region of CameroonB6Abstract
reem.hajjar@oregonstate.eduReemHajjarOregon State UniversityUnited States The impacts of REDD+ on the socio-ecological resilience of community forestsB6Abstract
hernandl@uoguelph.caLisselHernandez GongoraUniversity of GuelphCanadaUsing Polycentric Governance as a framework to assess the effectiveness of REDD+ implementation in Mexico. The Case of the State of Quintana RooB6Abstract
adriana.molinagarzon@colorado.eduAdrianaMolina-GarzonUniversity of Colorado at BoulderUnited StatesEvaluating the impacts of integrated conservation as a REDD+ strategy in Mato Grosso (Brazilian Amazon)B6Abstract
adam.runacres.15@ucl.ac.ukAdamRunacresUniversity College LondonUnited KingdomDoing Chowkidaari: An Ethnography of Local Forest Workers in Panna Tiger Reserve, IndiaB7Abstract
p.sola@cgiar.orgPhosisoSolaWorld Agroforestry (ICRAF)Kenya"Illegally legal’’ charcoal production and trade in Kenya: implications for forest, trees and livelihoodsB7Abstract
babalola.fd@unilorin.edu.ngFolaranmiBabalolaUniversity of IlorinNigeriaToward formality and legality of small scale forest enterprise: evaluation of artisanal chainsaw operators in selected African countriesB7Abstract
laura.valencia@mail.utoronto.caLauraValenciaUniversity of TorontoUnited StatesIndia's Compensatory Afforestation Program and Shifting Cultivation LivelihoodsB8Abstract
alex.vandermeer@anu.edu.auAlexvan der Meer Simo Australian National UniversityAustraliaLivelihood impacts of swidden transition in Lao PDRB8Abstract
a.olmos@uniandes.edu.coAntonioOlmosLos Andes UniversityColombiaRural livelihoods in the Colombian Pacific: continuity and change in an Afro-descendant communityB8Abstract
phuongphamgnd@gmail.comPhuongPhamUN WomenVietnamThe struggle for food and livelihood security: changing gender hierarchies in the wake of changes in climate and forest management and protection regulationsB8Abstract
oamarjargal@earthinnovation.orgOyutAmarjargalEarth Innovation InstituteUnited States Where do state and local governments have authority to reduce deforestation?B9Abstract
djenonti@msu.eduIdaDjenontinMichigan State UniversityUnited States What context-relevant governance model for positive performance outcomes for Forest Landscape Restoration schemes in Malawi? Cases study from Dedza and Ntchisi DistrictsB9Abstract
carlosglobal@gmail.comCarlos L.Muñoz BrenesEfD-CA CATIE & University of IdahoCosta RicaDo Transboundary Regional Agreements Impact Land Cover Outcomes? An Evaluation of Protected Areas Across Frontier Lines in Central AmericaB9Abstract
yariasgr@purdue.eduYuraniArias GranadaPurdue UniversityUnited StatesUnveiling drivers of tree loss in the highly-deforested Chittagong division of BangladeshB9Abstract
mclara.btc@gmail.comMaria ClaraCavalcantiFederal University of Rio Grande de NorteBrazilSocioeconomic and urban conditions drive the use of natural resources amongst rural villages in semi-arid landscapesB10Abstract
apfisch@umich.eduAlexandra PaigeFischerUniversity of Michigan (Ann Arbor)United StatesSocial-ecological adaptation to climate change in temperate forestsB10Abstract
ffleisch@umn.eduForrestFleischmanUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States Planting and replanting: Shifting relationships between rural livelihoods and government-run plantations over 40 years in Himachal Pradesh, India.B10Abstract
Taryono.d@gmail.comTaryonoDarusmanDepartment of Geophysics and Meteorology, Bogor Agricultural University, BogorIndonesiaParticipatory approach to coping with tropical peatland fires in Central Kalimantan, IndonesiaC11Abstract
jf2788@columbia.eduJoshuaFisherColumbia UniversityUnited StatesIntroducing the Strategic Buffer Zone Plan: A tool to strengthen forest conservation through enhanced buffer zone management.C11Abstract
sjwil@umich.eduSarah JaneWilsonPARTNERS restoration network, University of ConnecticutUnited States Restoring forest ecosystems and landscapes: Perspectives from the PARTNERS international restoration network, and the restoration databankC11Abstract
tw494@cornell.eduTongWuCornell UniversityUnited StatesOptimal Moso Bamboo Forest Management: A Dynamic ModelC11Abstract
kyclay@uw.eduKylieClayUniversity of WashingtonUnited StatesLocal Power and Forest Use in Rural TanzaniaC12Abstract
gretchen.engbring@oregonstate.eduGretchenEngbringOregon State UniversityUnited States From Environmentality to Market-Mentality: External Forces and the Creation of the Market Subject in Oaxacan Community Forest EnterprisesC12Abstract
scott@pilot-projects.orgScott FranciscoPilot Projects Design CollectiveCanadaCities4Forests: Harnessing the cultural power of cities to support forests and rural livelihoodsC12Abstract
j.meaton@hud.ac.ukJuliaMeatonUniversity of HuddersfieldUnited KingdomInsider-Outsider Issues in Forest GovernanceC12Abstract
redmorel@gmail.comLaurenRedmoreTexas A&MUnited States A gender paradox: Firewood harvest and vulnerability in a human-elephant woodland ecosystemC13Abstract
butle553@umn.eduMeganButlerUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States nclusion and Meaningful Participation in Community Forestry: A Case from the Maya Biosphere ReserveC13Abstract
dc.castano@uniandes.edu.coDiana CarolinaCastaño AlzateLos Andes UniversityColombiaWomen, wellbeing and staying in the territory: the role of gender in agroforestry systems in the Pacific Coast of ColombiaC13Abstract
pjagger@umich.eduPamJaggerUniversity of MichiganUnited States Biomass burning among small-scale fish processors in Ghana: Implications for climate, health, and well-beingC13Abstract
allenb@iadb.orgAllenBlackmanInter-American Development BankUnited States Clear, But Don’t Invest: Protected Areas Discourage Some Land Uses More than OthersC14Abstract
jbusch@earthinnovation.orgJonahBuschEarth Innovation InstituteUnited StatesThe impact of import restrictions by consumer countries on tropical deforestation and emissionsC14Abstract
johannepelletier@gmail.comJohannePelletierAtkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell UniversityUnited States Does the use of modern agricultural inputs by smallholder farmers reduce deforestation? A case study for Zambia.C14Abstract
Anastasia.yang@ed.ac.ukAnastasiaYangUniversity of EdinburghScotlandThe good of wood: Building an ‘inclusive’ spatial decision support system for forest restoration D15Abstract
rumisen@gmail.comRumiNaitoInstitute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability and University of British ColumbiaCanadaSee the forest and the trees: An integrated approach to community-based landscape managementD15Abstract
mark.lung@eco2librium.comMarkLungEco2libriumKenya/USATrees on Farms Provide Both Wood Value and Conservation Value in a Tropical Forest System: A Case Study from Western KenyaD15Abstract
thihaivan.nguyen@unil.chVan Thi HaiNguyenInstitute of Geography and Sustainability, University of LausanneSwitzerlandLand-hungers? The clash over rights to forestland and acacia plantation livelihood in the Upland Central VietnamD15Abstract
jlcaviglia-harris@salisbury.eduJillCaviglia-HarrisSalisbury UniversityUnited States The Color of Water: The Impact of Green and Blue Water on Agricultural Productivity in the Brazilian AmazonD16Abstract
agregor@bgsu.eduAndrewGregoryBowling Green State UniversityUnited States Reciprocal interactions among human use, forest biodiversity, and management laws drive Kakamega Forest biodiversityD16Abstract
netchart@wisc.eduNicolleEtchartUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUnited StatesA “carrots and sticks” approach to conservation: the effects of Ecuador’s PES+PA forest conservation policy mix on the environmental enforcement regime and on the state-society relationD17Abstract
rodr0423@umn.eduClaudiaRodriguez SolorzanoUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States Understanding Farmers’ Valuation of Ecosystem Services: Governance and Institutions in Southern MexicoD17Abstract
patriciactorres@gmail.comPatriciaTorresUniversity of São PauloBrazilHow important is bushmeat for food and nutrition security? A study among rural and urban dwellers of the Brazilian AmazonD17Abstract
jayashpaudel@gmail.comJayashPaudelBoise State UniversityUnited States Environmental Disasters and Property Values: Evidence from Forest Fires in the Developing WorldD17Abstract
yww.zhang@mail.utoronto.caYiwenZhangUniversity of TorontoCanadaIndividual rights or common access? Farmers’ preferences for reallocating the property rights of communal farmland and forestland in Southeast ChinaD18Abstract
k.krul-1@tudelft.nlKeesKrulDelft University of TechnologyThe NetherlandsIncentivizing household forest management through property rights: Limitations to rights-based approaches in China’s recent forest reformD18Abstract
amadu2@illinois.eduFestusAmaduUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)United States Agroforestry as a pathway to agricultural yield impacts in climate-smart agriculture investments: Evidence from southern MalawiD18Abstract
jbcourteau@gmail.comJacquelineCourteauStewardship NetworkUnited States Motivating Private Forest Management through Stewardship StoriesD18Abstract
divyagupta6@gmail.comDivyaGuptaAshoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the EnvironmentIndiaEmerging collective actions mechanisms as a response to contemporary decentralization reforms in the forest commons of India: Case of NTFP trade in central IndiaD19Abstract
hamiltloga@gmail.comLoganHamiltonUniversity of Oxford School of Geography and the EnvironmentUKDelineating Decentralisation - Forest Governance and the Indonesian 2014 Village LawD19Abstract
xutu@umich.eduTuoyuanXuUniversity of MichiganUnited States Decentralizing while centralizing: An explanation of the progress of China’s collective forestryD19Abstract
raaj@live.unc.eduRajeshBistaUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillUnited States Crop Raiding and Livestock Depredation in Rural Landscape: Understanding the feedback effect of Community Forestry in the Middle Mountains of Nepal E20Abstract
babalola.fd@unilorin.edu.ngFolaranmi D.BabalolaUniversity of IlorinNigeriaImpact of small-scale sawmill operations on wellbeing of adjoining residents in Ilorin, Kwara State NigeriaE20Abstract
sjwil@umich.eduSarah JaneWilsonPARTNERS restoration network, University of ConnecticutUnited States Nature's contributions to people through reforestation in the tropics: Whose benefits? Whose burdens?E20Abstract
zavaleta@umich.eduJenniferZavaleta-CheekUniversity of MichiganUnited States Women and Food Security: quantifying the pathways, feedbacks, and tradeoffsE20Abstract
kotokoa94@yahoo.comJosephAsanteTropenbos GhanaGhanaWomen’s roles along Ghana’s timber value chain: Implications for sustainable forest managementE20Abstract
niveditanarain@pradan.netNiveditaNarainPRADANIndiaPreventing perverse outcomes from interventions in forest-based livelihoods: Lessons from Tasar (Antheraea mylitta Drury) in IndiaE21Abstract
dagmfikir.abate@studenti.unipd.itDagmAbateUniversity of GondarEthiopiaEconomic Contribution to Local Livelihoods and Households Dependency on Dry Land Forest Products in the Pastoral and Agropastoral areas of Hammer District, Southeastern EthiopiaE21Abstract
susan.charnley@usda.govSusanCharnleyU.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research StationUnited States Livelihood Projects as Incentives for Conservation through Community Forestry in West AfricaE21Abstract
walteral@oregonstate.eduAlexWaltersOregon State UniversityUnited StatesIdentifying Patterns of Illicit Rosewood Extraction and the Effects of Conservation Governance in Guinea-Bissau using a Time-Series Analysis and Unsupervised Clustering ApproachE21Abstract
lsauls@clarku.eduLaura AileenSaulsClark UniversityUnited States Territorial titling and struggles for forest governance in the Honduran MuskitiaE22Abstract
kailey.kornhauser@gmail.comKaileyKornhauserOregon State UniversityUnited StatesExamining the capacity and support for a forest-wide collaboration on the Siuslaw National ForestE22Abstract
alex.pfaff@duke.eduAlexPfaffDuke UniversityUnited States Hybrid Governance for Forest Conservation: can firms plus states improve efficiency and equity?E22Abstract
lucymill@indiana.eduLucyMillerIndiana University BloomingtonUnited StatesEmerging Youth Desires in Brazilian Amazon: The Impact of Rural-Urban Circulation on Forest WorkE22Abstract
paulineballa@gmail.comPaulineBalaKenya Forestry Research InstituteKenyaLocal Mechanisms Of Managing Conflicts Among Small Land Holders In Agroforestry Systems Of KenyaE23Abstract
jude_ndzifon.kimengsi@tu-dresden.deJude NdzifonKimengsiInstitute for Tropical Forestry and Forest Products, Technische Universität DresdenGermanyConstitutionality manifestations and potential implications for forest co-management in the Lower Mustang District of Nepal.E23Abstract
sailaja.nandigama@gmail.comDr. SailajaNandigamaBirla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS Pilani)IndiaForest rights as drivers of livelihood security of the forest dependent communities: An ethnographic account of the implementation of Forest Rights Act across three states of India and its impact on the formal and the informal forest management practices.E23Abstract
gaia.allison@gmail.com GaiaAllisonDepartment for International DevelopmentUnited StatesPanelist
cocx2005@gmail.com CristinaCocJulian Cho SocietyUnited StatesKeynote
pferraro@jhu.edu PaulFerraroJohn Hopkins UniversityUnited StatesPanelist
kaimowitzd@gmail.comDavidKaimowitzClimate and Land Use AllianceUnited StatesKeynote
lars@rainforest.no LarsLovoldRainforest FoundationUnited StatesObserver
pmassoca@gmail.com PauloMassocaIndiana University BloomingtonUnited StatesPanelist
josepaprado@gmail.com José PabloPrado CórdovaUniversidad de San CarlosGuatemalaPanelist
jesse.ribot@gmail.com JesseRibotAmerican University United StatesPanelist
merinoleticia@gmail.com LeticiaMerinoUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoMexicoPanelist
arunagra@umich.edu ArunAgrawalUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesPanelist
awhite@rightsandresources.org AndyWhiteRights and Resources InitiativeUnited StatesObserver
ashwini_chhatre@isb.edu AshwiniChhatreIndian School of BusinessIndiaObserver
dhanapal_g@isb.edu DhanapalGovindarajuluObserver
judithkamoto@gmail.com JudithKamotoObserver
zhaoma@purdue.edu ZhaoMaObserver
johan.oldekop@manchester.ac.uk JohanOldekopObserver
erodriguez@fondoaccion.org EstherRodriguez GonzalezObserver
stephasc@umich.edu StephanieScottUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesObserver
wwalker@whrc.org WayneWalkerObserver
LauraZanottiPurdue UniversityUnited StatesObserver
Pat-iKayapoPurdue UniversityUnited StatesObserver
Maria GabrielaFink SalgadoPurdue UniversityUnited StatesObserver
Eduardo RafaelGalvãoProtected Forest AssociationBrazilObserver