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4th Annual FLARE Meeting Participants

4th Annual FLARE Meeting Participants

EmailFirst NameLast NameInstitutionCountryTitleTrackSessionLink to Abstract
Redmorel@gmail.comLaurenRedmoreTexas A&MUSASharing the savannah: Patterns of human and elephant hardwood resource utilizationA4Abstract
astrid.bos@wur.nlAstridBosWageningen UniversityNetherlandsAre REDD+ interventions targeting the right drivers on the ground? Insights from space and belowA1Abstract
a.duchelle@cgiar.orgAmyDuchelleCiforIndonesiaWhat is REDD+ achieving on the ground?A1Abstract
mbatu@mail.usf.eduRichardMbatuUniversity of South Florida St PetersburgUSANongovernmental organization and international development agency influence on the Congo Basin forests: Discourses of FLEGT and REDD+ regimes in CameroonA1Abstract
mskutsch@ciga.unam.mxMargaretSkutschUniversidad Nacional Autónomo De MéxicoMexicoThe community approach to REDD+: is this a (partial) mistake?A1Abstract
nicola.caravaggio.cilu@gmail.comNicolaCaravaggioRoma Tre UniversityItalyEconomic growth and the forest development path: a re-assessment of the Environmental Kuznets Curve for deforestationA2Abstract
H.djoudi@cgiar.orgHouriaDjoudiCiforIndonesiaLinking Forest Land Restoration (FLR), adaptation and mitigation in the Sahelian landscapesA2Abstract
denise.matias@uni-bonn.deDenise MargaretMatiasGerman Development Institute / Non-Timber Forest Products Exchange ProgrammeGermany / PhilippinesLinking research and local knowledge: pollen analysis and indigenous forest landscape restoration using native speciesA2Abstract
sjwil@umich.eduSarahWilsonUniversity of ConnecticutUSAThe two forest restoration worlds – social science meets restoration ecologyA2Abstract
Peterohara@participatorynrm.comPeterO'HaraParticipatory Natural Resources Management ConsultingU.K.Alternative Livelihoods Projects in forestry conservation – more about sustaining service delivery than sustainable forest managementA3Abstract
probynlowore@live.co.ukJanetLoworeBees For DevelopmentU.K.Forest beekeeping in Zambia supports livelihoods and leads to forest management actionsA3Abstract
yifanhe@umich.eduYifanHeUniversity of Michigan and Conservation InternationalUSAHow Should an Indigenous Community in Eastern Bolivia Defend Their Land and Forests under Increasing Economic and Political Pressures? – A Sustainability Case Study A3Abstract
Peter.Newton@colorado.eduPeterNewtonUniversity of Colorado BoulderUSAReducing deforestation and improving livelihoods through innovative subnational governance: learning lessons from the state of Acre, BrazilA3Abstract
lingaraj.jayaprakash@mail.mcgill.caLingarajJayaprakashMcGill UniversityCanada‘It's a Jungle Out There’: Ethnography of everyday forest management in Bannerghatta National Park, IndiaA4Abstract
victoria.maguirerajpaul@ouce.ox.ac.ukVictoriaMaguire-RajpaulUniversity of OxfordU.K.Knowledge and adaptive capacity among Ghana's cocoa farmers - an assessment of sustainable cocoa extension schemesA4Abstract
eobeng@csir-forig.org.ghElizabethObengCsir-Forestry Research Institute of GhanaGhanaPercieved Economic Values of Global Forest: An application of the Theory of Plan Behavior to Predict US Residents’ Willingness to Pay to Protect Tropical Rainforest Watersheds.A4Abstract
heme@ifro.ku.dkHenrikMeilbyUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkEffects of harvesting on population structure and plant density for selected MAPs in NepalA5Abstract
olsencarsten@hotmail.comCarstenSmith-HallUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkLife or death? Realising the potential of Nepal’s forestry sector in promoting inclusive growthA5Abstract
ttr@ifro.ku.dkThorstenTreueUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkOfficial rules, actual governance, and rent-seeking practices in Nepal’s forestry sectorA5Abstract
Maria.U.Johansson@su.seMariaJohanssonStockholm UniversitySwedenREDD+ in Ethiopian subalpine silvo-pastoral systems, effects on vegetation, local livelihoods and wildfire riskB6Abstract
geoff.wells@ed.ac.ukGeoffWellsUniversity of EdinburghU.K.Reflecting on variability and uncertainty in smallholder carbon forestry: farm-level environmental outcomes, social-ecological drivers, and the value of adaptive managementB6Abstract
casey.ryan@ed.ac.ukCaseyRyanUniversity of EdinburghU.K.The reality of trade offs between rural livelihoods and carbon and biodiversity conservation in southern AfricaB6Abstract
kimambo@wisc.eduNiwaeliKimamboUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUSAWho Will Plant the Promised Trees? Opportunities and risks for East African smallholders amidst global carbon mitigation pledgesB6Abstract
avery.cohn@tufts.eduAveryCohnTufts UniversityUSASectoral perspectives on scalable forest policy mixesB7Abstract
miriam.garcia@usp.brMiriamGarciaUniversity of São PauloBrazilForest governance in federal countries: The Brazilian Atlantic ForestB7Abstract
sailaja.nandigama@gmail.comSailajaNandigamaBirla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS PILANI)IndiaFraming the institutional complexity in the Forest Rights Act's (FRA) implementation in India: Making sense of how FRA interacts with the other parallel forest management institutions.B7Abstract
paulongugo9@gmail.comPaulOngugoKenya Forestry Research InstituteKenyaAn Analysis of Institutions and Management Outcomes of Mt. Elgon Cross Border EcosystemB7Abstract
pyisoea@gmail.comPyi-SoeAungTechnische Universität DresdenGermanyTraditional knowledge change and its implications for conservation: A case of three indigenous communities in southern Chin State, MyanmarB8Abstract
annieclaude.belisle@uqat.caAnnie-ClaudeBélisleUniversité Du Québec En Abitibi-TémiscamingueCanadaWorking with Indigenous communities to model the impacts of environmental changeB8Abstract
ashwinra@gmail.comAshwinRavikumarAmherst CollegeUSAIndigenous Worldviews are Material Challenges to Conventional DevelopmentB8Abstract
lailasandroni@hotmail.comLailaSandroniUniversidade Federal Rural Do Rio De JaneiroBrazilConservation at stake: Scientific and indigenous Knowledges about the Atlantic forest in southern BahiaB8Abstract
bdobiri@hotmail.comBeatriceDarko ObiriCsir-Forestry Research Institute of GhanaGhanaProfits and constraints along the Ghanaian charcoal value chainB9Abstract
moses.kazungu@thuenen.deMosesKazunguThünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest EconomicsGermanyDiversified Use of Forest Resources Vs Charcoal Specialization: The Case of Copperbelt Province, ZambiaB9Abstract
j.schure@cgiar.orgJolienSchureCiforIndonesiaAccess to benefits of woodfuel trade and implications for sustainable management near a sensitive forest-landscape in the Democratic Republic of CongoB9Abstract
j.reed@cgiar.orgJamesReedCiforIndonesiaAre global financial flows for society and environment hitting the mark?C10Abstract
joleen.timko@ubc.caJoleenTimkoUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaA policy nexus approach to forests and the SDGs: tradeoffs and synergiesC10Abstract
b.basnett@cgiar.orgBimbikaSijapati-BasnettCiforIndonesiaEngaging critically and creatively with the Sustainable Development Goals from a Gender and Social Justice PerspectiveC10Abstract
vikas@wisc.eduMayankVikasUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUSAAs the trees grew tall: Tracing the parallel life histories of forest plantations and rural communities in Kangra district, Himachal PradeshC11Abstract
marissa.malahayati@gmail.comMarissaMalahayatiTokyo Institute of Technology/ National Institute for Environment StudyJapanImpact of Land-Based GHG Mitigation Policy in IndonesiaC11Abstract
eliza.zhunusova@thuenen.deElizaZhunusovaThuenen Institute of International Forestry and Forest EconomicsGermanyIncreasing rotation periods of acacia plantations: Implications for the livelihoods of small-scale forest owners in Central VietnamC11Abstract
pranaifs27@gmail.comPushpendraRanaUniversity of Illinois At Urbana ChampaignUSAPredicting long-term social and ecological impacts of forest plantations in the Indian HimalayasC11Abstract
carl.salk@slu.seCarlSalkSwedish Agricultural UniversitySwedenCan forest degradation be good for forests?C12Abstract
dwilsey@umn.edu DavidWilseyUniversity of MinnesotaUSAConservation and development in the Maya Biosphere ReserveC12Abstract
robin.sears@aya.yale.eduRobinSearsCiforPeruSome success applying science to policy, and lessons learned combining research and extensionC12Abstract
sr3107@columbia.eduSophiaRheeColumbia UniversityUnited StatesSustainable Alternative Livelihoods in Madre de DiosC12Abstract
frankkagyei@yahoo.comFrankAgyeiCopenhagen University and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and TechnologyDenmark and GhanaBeyond property: Access and exclusions along Ghana’s charcoal commodity chainC13Abstract
rbr@msu.eduRobertRichardsonMichigan State UniversityUnited StatesEnergy Security for Sustainable Livelihoods in Southern AfricaC13Abstract
rob.bailis@sei-us.orgRobBailisStockholm Environment Institute - US CenterUSAPotential environmental benefits from woodfuel transitions in HaitiC13Abstract
lawrencebrobbey@yahoo.co.ukLawrenceBrobbeyKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Knust), and University of Copenhagen (Upch)Ghana and DenmarkThe economic importance of charcoal to rural livelihoods in developing countries: evidence from GhanaC13Abstract
r.nyirenda@wlv.ac.ukRichardNyirendaUniversity of WolverhamptonU.K.Independent Forest Monitoring and Timber Legality in the Congo BasinC14Abstract
ksnketiah@yahoo.comSamuelNketiahTropenbos GhanaGhanaSo close, yet so far: resolving the domestic timber market dilemma for effective FLEGT/VPA implementation in GhanaC14Abstract
ieastin@umich.eduIvanEastinUniversity of MichiganUSAThe Influence of Timber Legality Regulations on Chinese and Vietnamese Wood Products ManufacturersC14Abstract
marissa@umn.edu MarissaSchmitzUniversity of MinnesotaUSAWoods-work in transition: Exploring changes in the technology and business organization of independent logging operators in the American Midwest C14Abstract
biljana.macura@sei.orgBiljanaMacuraStockholm Environment InstituteSwedenHow to make your literature reviews more reliable? Lessons from systematic reviewsD15Abstract
jorge.llopis@cde.unibe.chJorgeLlopisUniversity of BernSwitzerlandShifting capabilities in northeast Madagascar: Methodological advances to explore land-use change and human well-being.D15Abstract
dcmiller@illinois.eduDanielMillerUniversity of Illinois At Urbana-ChampaignUSAUsing machine learning to advance evidence synthesis on the impacts of interventions in agriculture-forest landscapes: Results from a test of ColandrD15Abstract
samantha.cheng@asu.eduSamanthaChengArizona State UniversityUSAWhat is the state of knowledge on how forest-based productive activities contribute to poverty alleviation?: A systematic map of evidenceD15Abstract
niharikatyagi90@gmail.comNiharikaTyagiTeri School of Advanced StudiesIndiaAssessing Gender Responsiveness of Forest Policies in IndiaD16Abstract
jeanlee@coloradocollege.edu JeanLeeColorado CollegeUSAMulti-dimensional Gender Equity in Carbon Market ProjectsD16Abstract
pietro.carpena@treeaid.org.ukTomSkirrowTree AidU.K.Shea butter: a pro-poor, pro-female route to increased income?D16Abstract
b.basnett@cgiar.orgBimbikaSijapati-BasnettCiforIndonesiaSocial justice in the zero deforestation movement in Indonesia: the gendered limits of a ‘green’ oil palm economyD16Abstract
tessaminter@hotmail.comTessaMinterLeiden UniversityThe NetherlandsWomen at the cutting edge. Logging and gender in Solomon IslandsD16Abstract
Rhita.Simorangkir@cerge-ei.czRhitaSimorangkirCerge-EiCzech RepublicA Synthetic Control Design to Estimate the Impact of Brazil’s Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Deforestation in the Legal Amazon (PPCDAm)D17Abstract
aynur.mammadova@studenti.unipd.itAynurMammadovaUniversity of PadovaItalyBovine leather as a (non)forest-risk commodity. Analysing discourses, their implications and governance arrangements on the way to zero deforestationD17Abstract
orjan.bartholdson@slu.seÖrjanBartholdsonThe Swedish University of Agricultural SciencesSwedenBrokers- a Weapon of the Weak: the impact of bureaucracy and brokers on a community based forest management project in the Brazilian AmazonD17Abstract
cecilie.dyngeland@sheffield.ac.ukCecilieDyngelandUniversity of SheffieldU.K.Impact of Brazil’s flagship Zero Hunger Programme on food production, malnutrition, poverty and the environmentD17Abstract
bdenbraber1@sheffield.ac.ukBowyDen-BraberUniversity of SheffieldU.K.Impacts of protected areas and competing land uses on poverty and deforestation in the Brazilian AmazonD17Abstract
bbasnyat@yahoo.comBijendraBasnyatInstitute of ForestryNepalDonor-funded schemes of bureaucratic domination and elite capture in Nepal’s community forestry sectorD18Abstract
jens@ifro.ku.dkMarijanaVukoticUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkReinvention and reproduction in Serbian forestryD18Abstract
jens@ifro.ku.dkEliezeriSungusiaSokoine University of AgricultureTanzaniaReproducing forestry: education and scientific authority in TanzaniaD18Abstract
ida.wallin@ifp.uni-freiburg.deIdaWallinUniversity of FreiburgGermanyRethinking forestry education - transformative learning for a common futureD18Abstract
illias.animon@fao.orgIlliasAnimonFAOItalyBroadening the evidence-base and narrowing data gaps through socioeconomic surveys in forestryE19Abstract
yzhao1@uni-goettingen.deYueZhaoGeorg-August-University GöttingenGermanyGlobal governance of forest data for Sub-Saharan Africa -- a case study of UN, FAO, Chatham House databasesE19Abstract
dismasmwaseba@gmail.comDismasMwasebaSokoine University of AgricultureTanzaniaLinking local knowledge and values practice and research: an African perspectiveE19Abstract
saraheb3@illinois.eduSarahBrownUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignUnited States of AmericaUsing network analysis to advance understanding and integration of knowledge domains in agroforestry researchE19Abstract
e.tjandra@student.unimelb.edu.auElenaTjandraUniversity of MelbourneAustraliaFire politics on the frontier: a political ecology of swidden fire in Palawan’s Green EconomyE20Abstract
sam.staddon@ed.ac.ukSamStaddonUniversity of EdinburghU.K.Freedom to learn from ‘failure’: Understanding and delivering equity and equality in Nepal’s community forestsE20Abstract
elena.zepharovich@cde.unibe.chElenaZepharovichUniversity of BernSwitzerlandPower disparities in Argentinean Chaco: perceptions of environmental justiceE20Abstract
phanphuonghao@gmail.comHaoPhanUniversity of East AngliaU.K.Using ‘everday politics’ to articulate environmental equity and justice: a case study of Kala Tongu village, Central Highlands of VietnamE20Abstract
CHaywood@clientearth.orgCarolineHaywoodClientearthU.K.How can the Law strenghten communities' rights in the context of forest conversion?E21Abstract
kaysara.khatun@ouce.ox.ac.ukKaysaraKhatunUniversity of Oxford U.K.Oil palm production as an equitable and sustainable livelihood option for smallholder farmers: A case study in Central Ghana E21Abstract
grace.wong@su.seGrace Y.WongStockholm Resilience CentreSwedenThe (Mis)Interpretations of Equity in Social Forestry in Southeast AsiaE21Abstract
nana.opuni-frimpong@uenr.edu.ghNanaOpuni-FrimpongUniversity of Energy and Natural ResourcesGhanaEFFECTS OF URBANISATION OF SUNYANI ON LIVELIHOODS OF ITS PERI-URBAN COMMUNITIESE22Abstract
vikas@wisc.eduMayankVikasUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUSAImpact of urbanization on Kitengela Dispersal Corridor adjoining Nairobi, KenyaE22Abstract
kimambo@wisc.eduNiwaeliKimamboUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUSANew Actors in East African Forests: Emergence of urban dwellers as rural tree farmers.E22Abstract
kmoch@chalmers.seLauraKmochChalmers University of TechnologySwedenUrban links and rural livelihoods in highland Myanmar: Remittances, land-use & environmental reliance in northern Chin StateE22Abstract
linunisha@hotmail.comNishaVargheseIndira Gandhi National Open UniversityIndiaLinkages between Agricultural Intensification, Deforestation and Human Development in the Thar Desert Region of RajasthanE23Abstract
cory.whitney@uni-bonn.deCoryWhitneyUniversity of BonnGermanyModeling the benefits of fruit trees in agricultural landscapes of KenyaE23Abstract
om@ign.ku.dkOleMertzUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkSocial-ecological outcomes of agricultural intensificationE23Abstract
maurice.tschopp@cde.unibe.chMauriceTschoppUniversity of BernSwitzerlandUnderstanding feedbacks in human-natural systems: development and adoption of sustainable agricultural practices in the Chaco Salteño.E23Abstract
baylis@illinois.eduKathyBaylisUniversity of IllinoisUSADo Forests Help Insure Household Food Security from Climate Shocks?F24Abstract
a.ickowitz@cgiar.orgAmyIckowitzCiforIndonesiaFrom Growing Food to Growing Cash: the impacts of oil palm production on local diets in Indonesia (SDGF24Abstract
zavaleta@umich.eduJenniferZavaleta-CheekUniversity of MichiganUSASafety in DiversificationF24Abstract
terry.sunderland@ubc.caTerrySunderlandUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaThe right to food? Protected areas, access and food securityF24Abstract
k.krul-1@tudelft.nlKeesKrulDelft University of TechnologyNetherlandsCredibility of Formalization: A Renewed Attempt at Forest Titling in Southwest ChinaF25Abstract
pjordon2@illinois.eduPabloOrdonezUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignUSADeforestation in Common Property Resources: The Case of Community Forest Management in MexicoF25Abstract
hfischer84@gmail.comHarryFischerSwedish University of Agricultural SciencesSwedenJoint distribution of multiple benefits from forest commons: Rural livelihoods, carbon mitigation, and biodiversityF25Abstract
irina.opincaru@sas.unibuc.roIrina SinzianaOpincaruUniversity of BucharestRomaniaThe re-creation of the forest and pasture commons in Romania – an analysis of the institutionalization processF25Abstract
pjagger@unc.eduPamelaJaggerUniversity of North Carolina At Chapel HillUSACatalyzing Energy Access Among the Ultra-Poor in MalawiF26Abstract
philmantey@gmail.comPhilipManteyUniversity of GhanaGhanaForest Dependence Among Rural Households In Southern Ghana; Implications For Conservation And Poverty Reduction.F26Abstract
L.yuliani@cgiar.orgElizabeth Linda YulianiWongCiforIndonesiaGetting legal recognition of customary forests: case studies from South Sulawesi and Jambi provinces, IndonesiaF26Abstract
t.pham@cgiar.orgThuyPhamCiforVietnamLocal people’s perceptions of equity and their preferences for PES payment distribution: The case of Payments for Forest Environmental Services in VietnamF26Abstract
divyagupta6@gmail.comDivyaGuptaAshoka Trust For Research In Ecology and The Environment (Atree)IndiaDemocratic Decentralization Processes In Forest Governance For Attaining Resource and Livelihood Sustainability: Analyzing Roles of Civil Society Organizations in the Implementation of India’s Forest Rights Act, 2006F27Abstract
michaelalo39@gmail.comMichaelaLoCiforIndonesiaForest cover and freshwater fish consumption in NigeriaF27Abstract
julie.zaehringer@cde.unibe.chJulie G.ZaehringerUniversity of BernSwitzerlandImpacts of land system regime shifts on human well-being in forest frontier landscapes of Southeast AsiaF27Abstract
lr@ign.ku.dkLaura-VangRasmussenUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaLandscape Change, Landscape Structure and Dietary Diversity in the Global TropicsF27Abstract
james.robson@usask.caJamesRobsonSchool of Environment and SustainabilityCanadaForest youth perspectives on urbanization and community futuresF28Abstract
bscottfrancisco@gmail.comScottFranciscoPilot Projects Design CollectiveCanadaMega Cities, Mega ForestsF28Abstract
sjwil@umich.eduSarah JaneWilsonUniversity of ConnecticutUSAThe Future of Forest Work and Communities: Culture, youth outmigration, and forest workF28Abstract
daniel.braga@usp.brDaniel-PerezBragaUniversity of São PauloBrazilWhat is best for small-scale farmers? A comparative success analysis of cacao and cattle farmers along the Transamazon highway in Pará, BrazilF28Abstract
jun.he@ynu.edu.cnJunHeYunnan UniversityChinaExplaining the success in community forestry from the notion of environmental justice: insight from Southwest ChinaG29Abstract
pia.wiebe@thuenen.dePia ChristineWiebeThuenen Institute of International Forestry and Forestry EconomicsGermanyHow are socio-economic household and contextual factors shaping forest use strategies by local communities in the Philippines?G29Abstract
ecoforum.uz@gmail.comAkmalbek RakhimovEcoforum of UzbekistanUzbekistanIdentification of the potential for the implementation of an effective mechanism for enhancing forest dependent communities knowledge to improve climate change resilience and adaptationG29Abstract
swati.negi@usys.ethz.chSwatiNegiSwiss Federal Institute of TechnologySwitzerlandMulti-dimensional construct of Social Capital and Forest Users’ Participation In Community-Based Forest Management: A Case Study from NepalG29Abstract
sumana@aud.ac.inSumanaDattaAmbedkar University Delhi IndiaEthnography of state-local partnership: a case study from IndiaG30Abstract
maskeys@oregonstate.eduStutyMaskeyOregon State UniversityUSAExploring a New Imaginary for Governance: Case Study of the Multi Stakeholder Forestry Program in Nepal G30Abstract
gretchen.engbring@oregonstate.eduGretchenEngbringOregon State UniversityUSAManagement & Marginalization: Trade-Offs Associated with Organization in Oaxacan Community Forest EnterprisesG30Abstract
roberto.porro@embrapa.brRobertoPorroEmbrapa Eastern AmazonBrazilThe foretold collapse of a sustainable development project in the Brazilian AmazonG30Abstract
P.Cronkleton@cgiar.org PeterCronkletonCiforIndonesiaGovernance factors linking migration patterns and forest conversion in the Peruvian AmazonG31Abstract
mangalaxyz@yahoo.comMangalaDe-ZoysaUniversity of RuhunaSri LankaPublic-Private Partnerships in Forestry Management in Sri Lanka: Emergence, Influence and LegitimacyG31Abstract
leticia.hissa@geo.hu-berlin.deLeticiaHissaHumboldt-Universität Zu BerlinGermanyRegrowing forests contribution to law compliance and carbon storage in private properties of the Brazilian AmazonG31Abstract
jerbaugh@umich.eduJamesErbaughUniversity of MichiganUSAThe Impact of regulatory dispersal on Indonesian forest-cover, 2000-2014G31Abstract
ekachie.ekachie@gmail.comEmmanuelAcheampongKwame Nkrumah University of Science and TechnologyGhanaAddressing illegal chainsaw milling in Ghana using the FLEGT VPA: A Wishful Thinking or Reality? Stakeholders’ PerspectivesG32Abstract
rebeccalrutt@gmail.comRebeccaRuttUniversity of East AngliaU.K.FLEGT: Another forestry 'fad'? G32Abstract
r.myers@dala.instituteRoddMyersUniversity of East Anglia U.K.Imposing legality: The hegemonic notions of forest governance in the EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT)G32Abstract
ahmad_maryudi@ugm.ac.idAhmadMaryudiUniversitas Gadjah MadaIndonesiaLeveling the playing Field? Who gets leveled in Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) initiativeG32Abstract
boukje.boerstra@hotmail.deBoukjeBoerstraDansk Institut For Internationale StudierDenmarkA literature review of African non-industrial private forestry (NIPF)H34Abstract
nolte@wigeo.uni-hannover.deKerstinNolteLeibniz University HannoverGermanyImpacts of large-scale land acquisitions on common-pool resources: Evidence from the Land MatrixH34Abstract
efh@diis.dkEsbernFriis-HansenDanish Institute For International StudiesDenmarkTowards a typology of domestic investors in non-industrial forestry in AfricaH34Abstract
legrand.cirimwami@unikis.ac.cdLegrandCirimwamiUniversity of KisanganiDemocratic Republic of The CongoApplying Forest Stewardship Council's criteria to categorize ecosystems with high value of conservation: Case study of Uma forest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.H35Abstract
melvin.lippe@thuenen.deMelvinLippeThuenen Institute of International Forestry and Forest EconomicsGermanyAssessing the coherence of forest-related governance instruments across various spatial scales in the PhilippinesH35Abstract
lasauls@gmail.comLauraSaulsClark UniversityUSABecoming Fundable? Converting Climate Justice Claims into Climate Finance in Mesoamerica’s ForestsH35Abstract
Moray.Fraser@defra.gsi.gov.ukMorayFraserDefraU.K.Financing transformational change: Use of evidence in UK International Climate Finance forest governance and livelihoods programsH35Abstract
r.c.pritchard@sms.ed.ac.ukRosePritchardUniversity of SheffieldUnited KingdomEnvironmental migration, traditional institutions and forest degradation in central MozambiqueH36Abstract
johan.oldekop@manchester.ac.ukJohanOldekop The University of ManchesterU.K.Linking protected areas, community forestry, and international migration in NepalH36Abstract
1734773@brunel.ac.ukPaulThungBrunel University LondonUnited KingdomPatterns of educational migration and their effects on forest and land use in North Kalimantan, IndonesiaH36Abstract
torsten.krause@lucsus.lu.seTorstenKrauseLund University Centre For Sustainability StudiesSwedenDefaunation - the missing “D” in REDD+H37Abstract
fmcgrath@umich.eduFrancescaMcgrathUniversity of MichiganUSAIdentifying PES participants through social or spatial targeting? Exploring the outcomes of group level contractsH37Abstract
swunder@cgiar.orgSvenWunderCiforPeruPolicy mixes in incentive-based forest initiatives: comparing four Latin American casesH37Abstract
alicebrites@usp.brAliceBritesUniversity of São PauloBrasilBringing Science To The Real World: The Forest Act In São Paulo State, BrazilPosterAbstract
suzy_nyanda@sua.ac.tzSuzanaSamsonSokoine University of AgricultureTanzaniaDynamics of timber value chain in the southern highlands of TanzaniaPosterAbstract
manon.authelet@uliege.beManonAutheletGembloux Agro-Bio Tech (University of Liège)BelgiumHow can forest conservation compensation programs ensure long-term effectiveness? A case study from the Bolivian Chaco.PosterAbstract
jude.kimengsi@catuc.orgJude NdzifonKimengsiTechnische Universität DresdenGermanyRevisiting WWF’s Green Business Model in Protected area conservation and Livelihoods Sustenance in CameroonPosterAbstract
rayna.benzeev@colorado.eduRaynaBenzeevUniversity of Colorado BoulderUSAThe role of zero-deforestation commitments in protecting and enhancing rural livelihoodsPosterAbstract
dannyrock51@yahoo.comDanielAbuTropenbosGhanaObserver
asamoahk26@yahoo.comKwameAdamGhana Timber Millers OrganizationGhanaObserver
arunagra@umich.eduArunAgrawalUniversity of MichiganUSAObserver
agyarkotabi16@gmail.comTabiAgyarkoMinistry of Lands and Natural Resources GhanaObserver
andi.ko.ko@gmail.comandikoandikoA&M LawIndonesiaObserver
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mairon.bastoslima@chalmers.seMairon G.Bastos LimaChalmers UniversitySwedenObserver
cabeeko@yahoo.comChrisBeekoMinistry of Forestry, Government of GhanaGhanaObserver
bboante@yahoo.co.ukBettyBoante AbeyieKumasi Wood Cluster Association of Ghana GhanaObserver
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herlinalee.ch@gmail.comLeeHerlinaHimpunan Industri Mebel dan KerajinanIndonesiaObserver
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makal@hotmail.comMaaritKallioUniversity of HelsinkiFinlandObserver
chetan.kumar@iucn.orgChetanKumarIUCNSwitzerlandObserver
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constance.mcdermott@ouce.ox.ac.ukConstanceMcDermottOxford UniversityU.K.Observer
silvia.melegari@eos-oes.euSilviaMelegariEuropean Sawmillers OrganisationEUObserver
tms@ifro.ku.dkTineMiltonUniversity of CopenhagenDenmarkObserver
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