Peter Cronkleton
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Linking forest tenure reform, environmental compliance, and incentives: lessons from REDD+ initiatives in the Brazilian Amazon
AE Duchelle, M Cromberg, MF Gebara, R Guerra, T Melo, A Larson, ...
World Development 55, 53-67, 2014
Community forest management and the emergence of multi-scale governance institutions: Lessons for REDD+ development from Mexico, Brazil and Bolivia
P Cronkleton, DB Bray, G Medina
Forests 2 (2), 451-473, 2011
Forest tenure rights and REDD
WD Sunderlin, AM Larson, P Cronkleton
Realising REDD, 139, 2009
Field guide to the future: Four ways for communities to think ahead
K Evans, SJ Velarde, RP Prieto, SN Rao, S Sertzen, K Dávila, ...
CIFOR, 2006
Compatibility of timber and non-timber forest product management in natural tropical forests: perspectives, challenges, and opportunities
MR Guariguata, C García-Fernández, D Sheil, R Nasi, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (3), 237-245, 2010
Tenure rights and beyond: Community access to forest resources in Latin America.
AM Larson, P Cronkleton, D Barry, P Pacheco
Co-management in community forestry: How the partial devolution of management rights creates challenges for forest communities
P Cronkleton, JM Pulhin, S Saigal
Conservation and Society 10 (2), 91-102, 2012
A global analysis of the social and environmental outcomes of community forests
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop, P Cronkleton, P Newton, AJM Russell, W Zhou
Nature Sustainability 4 (3), 216-224, 2021
Environmental governance and the emergence of forest-based social movements.
P Cronkleton, PL Taylor, D Barry, S Stone-Jovicich, M Schmink
The role of women in early REDD+ implementation: lessons for future engagement
AM Larson, T Dokken, AE Duchelle, S Atmadja, IAP Resosudarmo, ...
International Forestry Review 17 (1), 43-65, 2015
The role of informal institutions in the use of forest resources in Latin America
P Pacheco, D Barry, P Cronkleton, A Larson
Center for International Forestry Research, 2008
Revisiting the ‘cornerstone of Amazonian conservation’: a socioecological assessment of Brazil nut exploitation
MR Guariguata, P Cronkleton, AE Duchelle, PA Zuidema
Biodiversity and Conservation 26, 2007-2027, 2017
The data not collected on community forestry
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop, P Cronkleton, E Etue, P Newton, AJM Russel, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1357-1362, 2016
Social geomatics: participatory forest mapping to mediate resource conflict in the Bolivian Amazon
P Cronkleton, MA Albornoz, G Barnes, K Evans, W de Jong
Human Ecology 38, 65-76, 2010
The recognition of forest rights in Latin America: Progress and shortcomings of forest tenure reforms
P Pacheco, D Barry, P Cronkleton, A Larson
Society & Natural Resources 25 (6), 556-571, 2012
Is small‐scale agriculture really the main driver of deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon? Moving beyond the prevailing narrative
A Ravikumar, RR Sears, P Cronkleton, M Menton, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (2), 170-177, 2017
Formalization and collective appropriation of space on forest frontiers: comparing communal and individual property systems in the Peruvian and Ecuadoran Amazon
P Cronkleton, A Larson
Society & Natural Resources 28 (5), 496-512, 2015
Reclaiming collective rights: Land and forest tenure reforms in Peru (1960-2016)
I Monterroso, P Cronkleton, D Pinedo, AM Larson
CIFOR, 2017
Damage to Brazil nut trees (Bertholletia excelsa) during selective timber harvesting in Northern Bolivia
MR Guariguata, JC Licona, B Mostacedo, P Cronkleton
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (5), 788-793, 2009
Guide to participatory tools for forest communities
K Evans, W de Jong, P Cronkleton, D Sheil, T Lynam, T Kusumanto, ...
CIFOR, 2006
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