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Krul, K. (author)
Why do land reforms rarely achieve their desired effects? This dissertation posits that a key to solve this question lies in a closer understanding of the specific workings of property rights. The idea is developed empirically in China’s forest sector, where one of the world’s largest land-reform undertakings in modern times was initiated under...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Fiddes, Sonya (author), Pepler, Acacia (author), Saunders, K.R. (author), Hope, Pandora (author)
Climate scientists routinely rely on averaging over time or space to simplify complex information and to concisely communicate findings. Currently, no consistent definitions of 'warm' or 'cool' seasons for southern Australia exist, making comparisons across studies difficult. Similarly, numerous climate studies in Australia use either...
journal article 2021
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Krul, K. (author), Ho, Peter (author), Yang, Xiuyun (author)
On the basis that property rights provide effective incentives to their users, rights-based approaches have become well-received for purposes of improved resource management, production, and conservation. Recent reform in China's collective-owned forest sector has also been guided by a rights-based approach in generating new incentives and...
journal article 2020
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Kline, Keith L. (author), Msangi, Siwa (author), Dale, Virginia H. (author), Woods, Jeremy (author), Souza, Glaucia m. (author), Osseweijer, P. (author), Clancy, Joy S. (author), Hilbert, Jorge A. (author), Johnson, Francis X. (author), Mcdonnell, Patrick C. (author), Mugera, Harriet K. (author)
Understanding the complex interactions among food security, bioenergy sustainability, and resource management requires a focus on specific contextual problems and opportunities. The United Nations' 2030 Sustainable Development Goals place a high priority on food and energy security; bioenergy plays an important role in achieving both goals....
journal article 2017
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Bots, P.W.G. (author), Van Daalen, C.E. (author)
In this article we propose a framework which can assist analysts in their reflection on the requirements for a participatory modelling exercise in natural resource management. Firstly, we distinguish different types of formal models which may be developed, ranging from models that focus on (bio)physical mechanisms to models which also include...
journal article 2008
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