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Volume 62, issue 14, 2019

Social aspects of ‘climate change communication’ in the 21st century: a bibliometric view pp. 2393-2417 Downloads
Fahad Asmi, Muhammad Azfar Anwar, Rongting Zhou, Dong Wang and Aqsa Sajjad
Managing stormwater runoff in Appalachia: what does the public think? pp. 2418-2436 Downloads
Kristan Cockerill, Tanga Mohr, William P. Anderson, Peter Groothuis, Chuanhui Gu and John Whitehead
A spatial analysis of air pollution and environmental inequality in Beijing, 2000–2010 pp. 2437-2458 Downloads
Jing Ma, Bochu Liu, Gordon Mitchell and Guanpeng Dong
Public acceptance towards waste-to-energy power plants: a new quantified assessment based on “willingness to pay” pp. 2459-2477 Downloads
Chuanwang Sun, Xiaoling Ouyang and Xiaochun Meng
Embedding green infrastructure evaluation in neighbourhood masterplans – does BREEAM communities change anything? pp. 2478-2505 Downloads
Rosalie Callway, Tim Dixon and Dragana Nikolic
Policy gap analysis of decentralized wastewater management on a developed pacific island pp. 2506-2528 Downloads
Daniele Spirandelli, Theresa Dean, Roger Babcock and Erin Braich
The design of public participation: who participates, when and how? Insights in climate adaptation planning from the Netherlands pp. 2529-2547 Downloads
Caroline J. Uittenbroek, Heleen L. P. Mees, Dries L. T. Hegger and Peter P. J. Driessen
The landscape profile method as a new tool for sustainable urban planning pp. 2548-2566 Downloads
Katarzyna Pukowiec-Kurda, Urszula Myga-Piątek and Oimahmad Rahmonov
The influence of group maturity on community-based environmental management in Kenya pp. 2567-2587 Downloads
Lily Maynard and Susan K. Jacobson
Prioritizing the protection of climate refugia: designing a climate-ready protected area network pp. 2588-2606 Downloads
Victoria Graham, John B. Baumgartner, Linda J. Beaumont, Manuel Esperón-Rodríguez and Alana Grech

Volume 62, issue 13, 2019

Definition and measurement of the circular economy’s regional impact pp. 2211-2237 Downloads
Sabina Scarpellini, Pilar Portillo-Tarragona, Alfonso Aranda-Usón and Fernando Llena-Macarulla
Local-scale climate change stressors and policy response: the case of Homer, Alaska pp. 2238-2254 Downloads
S. Jeff Birchall and Nicole Bonnett
Social innovation, sustainability and the governance of protected areas: revealing theory as it plays out in practice in Costa Rica pp. 2255-2272 Downloads
Karina Castro-Arce, Constanza Parra and Frank Vanclay
Stormwater management actions under regulatory pressure: a case study of southeast Wisconsin pp. 2273-2294 Downloads
Walter M. McDonald and Joseph B. Naughton
Five things government can do to encourage local food contingency plans pp. 2295-2312 Downloads
Kimberley Reis
Institutional factors affecting urban green space provision – from a local government revenue perspective pp. 2313-2329 Downloads
Anqi Wang and Edwin Chan
Exploring the link between flood risk perception and public support for funding on flood mitigation policies pp. 2330-2351 Downloads
Nicolas Verlynde, Louinord Voltaire and Philippe Chagnon
Why do counties adopt transfer of development rights programs? pp. 2352-2374 Downloads
Evangeline Linkous, Lucie Laurian and Stephen Neely
Greenways, recreational access and landowner willingness to accept: a contingent valuation study of farmers in Ireland pp. 2375-2392 Downloads
Eoin McGurk, Stephen Hynes, Richard Manton, Fiona Thorne and Eoghan Clifford

Volume 62, issue 12, 2019

Residential energy efficiency retrofits: potential unintended consequences pp. 2010-2025 Downloads
Matthew Collins and Seraphim Dempsey
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of perceived liveability in the context of socio-ecohydrology: evidence from the urban and peri-urban Cirebon-Indonesia pp. 2026-2054 Downloads
Titih Titisari Danielaini, Basant Maheshwari and Dharmappa Hagare
Quantitative analysis of national biodiversity strategy and action plans about incorporating integrated approaches in production landscapes pp. 2055-2079 Downloads
Tomoko Uetake, Kei Kabaya, Kaoru Ichikawa, Noriko Moriwake and Shizuka Hashimoto
Identifying and addressing drinking water system sprawl, its consequences, and the opportunity for planners’ intervention: evidence from Los Angeles County pp. 2080-2100 Downloads
Gregory Pierce, Larry Lai and J.R. DeShazo
Civil society participation in the Scottish marine planning process and the role of Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations pp. 2101-2123 Downloads
E.E. Brooker, C.R. Hopkins, E. Devenport, L. Greenhill and C. Duncan
Evaluating environmental permitting process duration: the case of clean water act Section 404 permits pp. 2124-2144 Downloads
Nicola Ulibarri and Jiarui Tao
Land-use planning and designated national interests in Sweden: arctic perspectives on landscape multifunctionality pp. 2145-2165 Downloads
Lovisa Solbär, Pietro Marcianó and Maria Pettersson
Coordinating climate change adaptation across levels of government: the gap between theory and practice of integrated adaptation strategy processes pp. 2166-2185 Downloads
Christoph Clar
Energy planning tools for low carbon transitions: an example of a multicriteria spatial planning tool for district heating pp. 2186-2209 Downloads
Ruth E. Bush and Catherine S.E. Bale

Volume 62, issue 11, 2019

On the necessity of connectivity: linking key characteristics of environmental problems with governance modes pp. 1821-1844 Downloads
Karin Ingold, Peter P.J. Driessen, Hens A.C. Runhaar and Alexander Widmer
Intertemporal soil management: revisiting the shape of the crop production function pp. 1845-1863 Downloads
Alice Issanchou, Karine Daniel, Pierre Dupraz and Carole Ropars-Collet
The future orientation of Austria’s flood policies: from flood control to anticipatory flood risk management pp. 1864-1885 Downloads
Ralf Nordbeck, Reinhard Steurer and Lukas Löschner
Examining the economic impacts of integrated pest management among vegetable farmers in Southern Ghana pp. 1886-1907 Downloads
Victor Owusu and Awudu Abdulai
Perspectives on the future of recycled water in California: results from interviews with water management professionals pp. 1908-1928 Downloads
Sharona Sokolow, Hilary Godwin and Brian L. Cole
Spatial statistical analysis of infrastructure systems in Calgary, Alberta pp. 1929-1948 Downloads
Jason Hawkins, Lina Kattan, Joseph Patrick Hettiaratchi, Joshua Taron and Getachew Assefa
Opportunities for improving the use of an ecosystem services approach in land-use planning: experiences of professionals in Florida pp. 1949-1971 Downloads
Annet Forkink
Modelling support to citizen observatories for strategic Danube Delta planning: Sontea-Fortuna case study pp. 1972-1989 Downloads
A. B. Venturini, T.H. Assumpção, I. Popescu, A. Jonoski and D. P. Solomatine
Governance conditions for successful ecological restoration of estuaries: lessons from the Dutch Haringvliet case pp. 1990-2009 Downloads
Yannick Buitenhuis and Carel Dieperink

Volume 62, issue 10, 2019

From smart cities to wise cities: ecological wisdom as a basis for sustainable urban development pp. 1675-1692 Downloads
Robert F. Young and Katherine Lieberknecht
Privatization and inter-municipal cooperation in local stormwater planning and management pp. 1693-1713 Downloads
Andrea Armstrong and Douglas Jackson-Smith
Social representations of mining activity after an environmental improvement program in the manganese district of Molango, in Mexico, and their implications for risk management pp. 1714-1735 Downloads
Minerva Catalán-Vázquez, Horacio Riojas-Rodríguez, Marlene Cortez-Lugo, Sandra Leticia Rodríguez-Dozal, David Hernández-Bonilla and Blanca Estela Pelcastre-Villafuerte
A participatory decision support system for contaminated brownfield redevelopment: a case study from France pp. 1736-1760 Downloads
Marjorie Tendero and Béatrice Plottu
“Nature brings us extreme events, some people cause us prolonged sufferings”: the role of good governance in building community resilience to natural disasters in Bangladesh pp. 1761-1781 Downloads
Mahed-Ul-Islam Choudhury, M. Salim Uddin and C. Emdad Haque
Dissonant discourses: revealing South Africa’s policy-to-praxis challenges in the governance of coastal risk and vulnerability pp. 1782-1801 Downloads
Darryl Colenbrander
Determinants of the perceived administrative transaction costs caused by the uptake of an agri-environmental program pp. 1802-1819 Downloads
Gabriele Mack, Andreas Kohler, Katja Heitkämper and Nadja El-Benni

Volume 62, issue 9, 2019

Strategic delta planning: launching new ideas on managing a Delta, and their travels along actor coalitions, participatory planning tools and implementation timelines pp. 1447-1453 Downloads
Dorien Korbee, Gerardo E. van Halsema and Chris Seijger
Political agenda-setting for strategic delta planning in the Mekong Delta: converging or diverging agendas of policy actors and the Mekong Delta Plan? pp. 1454-1474 Downloads
Hoang Thi Minh Vo, Gerardo van Halsema, Chris Seijger, Nhan Kieu Dang, Art Dewulf and Petra Hellegers
Affective ecologies, adaptive management and restoration efforts in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta pp. 1475-1500 Downloads
Alejo Kraus-Polk and Brett Milligan
Ecosystem services approach for sustainable governance in a brackish water lagoon used for aquaculture pp. 1501-1524 Downloads
Mattias Gaglio, Mattia Lanzoni, Giovanni Nobili, Diego Viviani, Giuseppe Castaldelli and Elisa Anna Fano
How “wide green dikes” were reintroduced in The Netherlands: a case study of the uptake of an innovative measure in long-term strategic delta planning pp. 1525-1544 Downloads
Jantsje M. Van Loon-Steensma and Pier Vellinga
Navigating the bureaucracy: an analysis of implementation feasibility for the Mekong Delta Plan, Vietnam pp. 1545-1561 Downloads
Dorien Korbee, Nguyen Hong Quan, Leon Hermans and Phi Ho Long
Reconstructing the impasse in the transfer of delta plans: evaluating the translation of Dutch water management strategies to Jakarta, Indonesia pp. 1562-1582 Downloads
Ellen Minkman, Peter Letitre and Arwin van Buuren
Making waves in the Mekong Delta: recognizing the work and the actors behind the transfer of Dutch delta planning expertise pp. 1583-1602 Downloads
Shahnoor Hasan, Jaap Evers, Arjen Zegwaard and Margreet Zwarteveen
Farmer adoptability for livelihood transformations in the Mekong Delta: a case in Ben Tre province pp. 1603-1618 Downloads
Hong Quan Nguyen, Dorien Korbee, Huu Loc Ho, Jacob Weger, Phan Thi Thanh Hoa, Nguyen Thi Thanh Duyen, Pham Dang Manh Hong Luan, Thi Tang Luu, Dang Ho Phuong Thao, Ngo Thi Thu Trang, Leon Hermans, Jaap Evers, Andrew Wyatt, Xuan Quang Chau Nguyen and Ho Long Phi
Assessing the adaptive capacity of farmers under the impact of saltwater intrusion in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta pp. 1619-1635 Downloads
Nguyen Xuan Hoan, Dao Nguyen Khoi and Luu Duc Trung
A framework to assess the performance of participatory planning tools for strategic delta planning pp. 1636-1653 Downloads
J. Evers, W. Douven, J. Van der Stroom, S. Hasan, C. Seijger and H.L. Phi
A synthesis on strategic delta planning in action: wishful thinking, vested practices and unexpected changes pp. 1654-1674 Downloads
Chris Seijger, Gerardo E. van Halsema and Dorien Korbee

Volume 62, issue 8, 2019

Regulation of air pollution from wood-burning stoves pp. 1287-1305 Downloads
Thomas Bjørner, Jørgen Brandt, Lars Hansen and Marianne Nygaard Källstrøm
Does zonation and accessibility of wetlands influence human presence and mediate wildlife disturbance? pp. 1306-1320 Downloads
Patrick-Jean Guay, Wouter F.D. Van Dongen, Emily M. McLeod, Desley A. Whisson, Huy Quan Vu, Hua Wang and Michael A. Weston
Integrating environmental sustainability into strategic spatial planning: the importance of management pp. 1321-1338 Downloads
Sara Gustafsson, Brita Hermelin and Lukas Smas
“We want to know where the line is”: comparing current planning for future sea-level rise with three core principles of robust decision support approaches pp. 1339-1358 Downloads
Annika Carlsson Kanyama, Per Wikman‐Svahn and Karin Mossberg Sonnek
When the wind blows: spatial spillover effects of urban air pollution in China pp. 1359-1376 Downloads
Xiaoguang Chen and Jingjing Ye
Understanding barriers to green infrastructure policy and stormwater management in the City of Toronto: a shift from grey to green or policy layering and conversion? pp. 1377-1401 Downloads
Carolyn M. Johns
When West–East planning policy advice fails to gain traction pp. 1402-1419 Downloads
Dorina Pojani and Dominic Stead
Understanding the mining-local governance nexus – a Ghanaian case study pp. 1420-1445 Downloads
Joana Ngninnong-me Guo
Climate proofing social housing in the Netherlands: toward mainstreaming? pp. 1446-1464 Downloads
Daan Boezeman and Thijs de Vries
Investigating the impacts of the EU ETS emission rights on airline environmental efficiency via a Network Environmental SBM model pp. 1465-1488 Downloads
Qiang Cui and Ye Li

Volume 62, issue 7, 2019

International experiences with opposition to wind energy siting decisions: lessons for environmental and social appraisal pp. 1109-1132 Downloads
Matthew Cashmore, David Rudolph, Sanne Vammen Larsen and Helle Nielsen
A management perspective to using Public Participation GIS in planning for visitor use in national parks pp. 1133-1148 Downloads
Miisa Pietilä and Nora Fagerholm
Landscape and heritage: ideas from Europe for culturally based solutions in rural environments pp. 1149-1165 Downloads
Graham Fairclough
Characterization of evolution and dissemination of ISO 14001 in countries and economic sectors in Europe pp. 1166-1184 Downloads
Jean Marcel Sousa Lira, Eduardo Gomes Salgado and Luiz Alberto Beijo
Location optimization of municipal solid waste considering health, safety, environmental, and economic factors pp. 1185-1204 Downloads
Ali Azadeh, Kimia Ahmadzadeh and Hossein Eslami
Urban dispersion and economic crisis: empirical evidence from a Mediterranean region pp. 1205-1226 Downloads
Luca Salvati
Going to waste? The potential impacts on nature conservation and cultural heritage from resource recovery on former mineral extraction sites in England and Wales pp. 1227-1248 Downloads
Danielle Sinnett
What drives household recovery after disasters? A case study of New York City after 2012 Hurricane Sandy pp. 1249-1268 Downloads
Divya Chandrasekhar, Robin Rothfeder, Yu Xiao and Donovan Finn
Heritage narratives for landscapes on the rural–urban fringe in the Midwestern United States pp. 1269-1286 Downloads
John Strauser, William P. Stewart, Nicole M. Evans, Lorraine Stamberger and Carena J. van Riper

Volume 62, issue 6, 2019

Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales pp. 921-938 Downloads
Sioned Haf, Karen Parkhill, Morag McDonald and Gareth Griffiths
Sustainability Appraisal in neighbourhood planning in England pp. 939-959 Downloads
Xinzhi Yu and Thomas B Fischer
Social consequences associated with the use of various optimization methods in the protection of air quality pp. 960-978 Downloads
Jacek Żeliński and Jolanta Telenga-Kopyczyńska
Managing uncertainties through scenario analysis in strategic environmental assessment pp. 979-1000 Downloads
Fatemeh Khosravi and Urmila Jha-Thakur
Advancing voluntary chemical governance? The case of the Swedish textile industry dialogue pp. 1001-1018 Downloads
Patrik Hall and Erik Hysing
An analysis of university sustainability reports from the GRI database: an examination of influential variables pp. 1019-1044 Downloads
Manuel Larrán Jorge, Francisco Javier Andrades Peña and Jesús Herrera Madueño
Who participates in conservation initiatives? Case studies in six rural communities of Mexico pp. 1045-1064 Downloads
María Elena Méndez-López, Eduardo García-Frapolli, Isabel Ruíz-Mallén, Luciana Porter-Bolland, María Consuelo Sánchez-González and Victoria Reyes-García
Mapping vulnerability to extreme heat events: lessons from metropolitan Chicago pp. 1065-1088 Downloads
Bev Wilson and Arnab Chakraborty
Assessing municipal-level governance responses to climate change in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa pp. 1089-1107 Downloads
S. Hlahla, A. Nel and T.R. Hill

Volume 62, issue 5, 2019

The role of scale in integrating climate change adaptation and mitigation in cities pp. 741-765 Downloads
Mia Landauer, Sirkku Juhola and Johannes Klein
A non-parametric distance-based method using all available indicators for integrated environmental assessment – a case study of the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA pp. 766-778 Downloads
Liem T. Tran, Ryan McManamay and Hyun Kim
Policy context as a factor of bias in the valuation of environmental goods – a dual-process theories perspective pp. 779-796 Downloads
Ekaterina Nikitina
Do people have a negative impression of government on polluted days? Evidence from Chinese Cities pp. 797-817 Downloads
Qingling Shi and Feng Guo
Complex dynamics in the uptake of new farming practices: a case study for organic waste application pp. 818-842 Downloads
Anouschka Groeneveld, Martha Bakker, Jack Peerlings and Wim Heijman
For what it's worth: evaluating revealed preferences for green certification pp. 843-861 Downloads
Mallory E. Flowers, Daniel C. Matisoff and Douglas Noonan
Implementing wildlife-management strategies into road infrastructure in southern Ontario: a critical success factors approach pp. 862-880 Downloads
Kristin Elton and Michael Drescher
Farmers’ risk preference and the adoption of risk management strategies in Northern Ghana pp. 881-900 Downloads
Richard Asravor
Plan integration for resilience scorecard: evaluating networks of plans in six US coastal cities pp. 901-920 Downloads
Philip R. Berke, Matthew L. Malecha, Siyu Yu, Jaekyung Lee and Jaimie H. Masterson

Volume 62, issue 4, 2019

Assessing the value of pastoral farming in the Alps using choice experiments: evidence for public policies and management pp. 552-567 Downloads
Chiara Mazzocchi and Guido Sali
Using Public–Private Interplay to Climate-Proof Urban Planning? Critical Lessons from Developing a new Housing District in Karlstad, Sweden pp. 568-585 Downloads
Sofie Storbjörk, Mattias Hjerpe and Erik Glaas
Climate adaptation management and institutional erosion: insights from a major Canadian port pp. 586-610 Downloads
Adolf K. Y. Ng, Jason Monios and Huiying Zhang
Convergent validity between willingness to pay elicitation methods: an application to Grand Canyon whitewater boaters pp. 611-625 Downloads
Christopher Neher, Lucas Bair, John Duffield, David Patterson and Katherine Neher
Positive perceptions of green and open space as predictors of neighbourhood quality of life: implications for urban planning across the city region pp. 626-646 Downloads
Owen Douglas, Paula Russell and Mark Scott
Governance assessment of a protected area: the case of the Alde Feanen National Park pp. 647-670 Downloads
Maia Lordkipanidze, Hans Bressers and Kris Lulofs
A framework for assessing the accountability of local governance arrangements for adaptation to climate change pp. 671-691 Downloads
Heleen Mees and Peter Driessen
Combining theory and wisdom in pragmatic, scenario-based decision support for sustainable development pp. 692-716 Downloads
Megan Davenport, Marion Delport, James Blignaut, Tanja Hichert and Gerhard van der Burgh
Computer and mobile phone waste in urban India: an analysis from the perspectives of public perception, consumption and disposal behaviour pp. 717-740 Downloads
Anwesha Borthakur and Madhav Govind

Volume 62, issue 3, 2019

Special section: advancing the role of cities in climate governance – promise, limits, politics pp. 365-373 Downloads
Jeroen van der Heijden, James Patterson, Sirkku Juhola and Marc Wolfram
Institutional innovation in urban governance: The case of climate change adaptation pp. 374-398 Downloads
James J. Patterson and Dave Huitema
Societal implications of sustainable energy action plans: from energy modelling to stakeholder learning pp. 399-423 Downloads
Giovanni Bernardo and Simone D’Alessandro
Multi-level network governance of disaster risks: the case of the Metropolitan Region of the Aburra Valley (Medellin, Colombia) pp. 424-445 Downloads
Klaus Frey and Daniel Ricardo Calderón Ramírez
Voluntary urban climate programmes: should city governments be involved and, if so, how? pp. 446-465 Downloads
Jeroen van der Heijden
Trajectories of rewilding: A taxonomy of wildland management pp. 466-491 Downloads
Holly Deary and Charles R. Warren
Resistance of Villages to Elevated-Road Traffic Noise pp. 492-516 Downloads
Wen Luo Yu and Jian Kang
Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of agro-ecological modeling for saffron plant cultivation using GIS spatial decision-making methods pp. 517-533 Downloads
Behzad Shokati and Bakhtiar Feizizadeh
Citizen science on speed? Realising the triple objective of scientific rigour, policy influence and deep citizen engagement in a large-scale citizen science project on ambient air quality in Antwerp pp. 534-551 Downloads
Suzanne Van Brussel and Huib Huyse

Volume 62, issue 2, 2019

Contextualisation of policy and law in sustainable urban development pp. 189-204 Downloads
Willem Salet and Jochem de Vries
Are Environmental Water Advisory Groups an effective form of localism? pp. 205-228 Downloads
Melanie (Lain) Dare and Anna Lukasiewicz
Procedural influences on scientific advisory work: the case of chemical hazard characterization pp. 229-247 Downloads
Laura Maxim
Dealing with uncertainty in collaborative planning: developing adaptive strategies for the IJsselmeer pp. 248-265 Downloads
Mark Zandvoort, Rutger van der Brugge, Maarten J. van der Vlist and Adri van den Brink
The consequences of avoiding conflict: lessons from conservation planning for Europe's last wild reindeer pp. 266-285 Downloads
Aase Kristine Lundberg, Tim Richardson and Eirin Hongslo
Spatial and temporal distribution of illegal dumping sites in the nature protected area: the Ojców National Park, Poland pp. 286-305 Downloads
Michał Jakiel, Anita Bernatek-Jakiel, Agnieszka Gajda, Maciej Filiks and Marta Pufelska
Beyond water data: benefits to volunteers and to local water from a citizen science program pp. 306-326 Downloads
Sarah P. Church, Lindsey B. Payne, Sara Peel and Linda S. Prokopy
Risk discourses and governance of high-level radioactive waste storage in Taiwan pp. 327-341 Downloads
Mei-Fang Fan
Well-designed environmental regulation and firm performance: Swedish evidence on the Porter hypothesis and the effect of regulatory time strategies pp. 342-363 Downloads
Jan Weiss, Andreas Stephan and Tatiana Anisimova

Volume 62, issue 1, 2019

Institutional work in environmental governance pp. 1-11 Downloads
James J. Patterson and Raoul Beunen
Analysing institutional change in environmental governance: exploring the concept of ‘institutional work’ pp. 12-29 Downloads
R. Beunen and J.J. Patterson
A narrative perspective on institutional work in environmental governance – insights from a beach nourishment case study in Sweden pp. 30-50 Downloads
Lotte E. Bontje, Sharlene L. Gomes, Zilin Wang and Jill H. Slinger
Mapping institutional work as a method for local strategy; learning from boom/bust dynamics in the Canadian west pp. 51-71 Downloads
Kristof Van Assche, Monica Gruezmacher and Leith Deacon
A new role for citizens’ initiatives: the difficulties in co-creating institutional change in urban planning pp. 72-87 Downloads
Saskia Bisschops and Raoul Beunen
Adapting to new realities: an analysis of institutional work in three cases of Dutch infrastructure planning pp. 88-105 Downloads
Emmy Bergsma, Mendel Giezen, Bart Schalkwijk and Chris Büscher
Working on learning: how the institutional rules of environmental governance matter pp. 106-123 Downloads
Tanya Heikkila and Andrea K. Gerlak
The Enlivenment of institutions: emotional work and the emergence of contemporary land commons in the Carpathian Mountains pp. 124-150 Downloads
Monica Vasile
Meaning work: reworking institutional meanings for environmental governance pp. 151-171 Downloads
Chris Riedy, Jennifer Kent and Nivek Thompson
The struggle for local autonomy in biodiversity conservation governance pp. 172-188 Downloads
Jeremy Pittman
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