Spring 2019 Meeting Presentation - Manchester, England
Environmental economics, Conservation of natural resources -- Economic aspects, Payments for ecosystem services
Presentation about the FLARE network. The mission of the FLARE network is to establish a Community of Practice that advances the state of knowledge of the intersection of forests and livelihoods. In bringing together stakeholders – researchers, practitioners, donors, and decision makers – FLARE will leverage efforts that enrich the understanding of forest livelihood interactions.
The researchers focus on the most pressing conceptual, political, and practical issues concerning forests and livelihoods.
Oldekop, John A.; Rasmussen, Laura Vang; Agrawal, Arun; Bebbington, Anthony; Bengston, David N.; Blackman, Allen; Brooks, S.; Davidson-Hunt, Iain; Davies, Penny; Dinsi, S. C.; Fontana, L. B.; Gumucio, T.; Kumar, C.; Kumar, K.; Meyfroidt, P.; Moran, D.; Mwampamba, T. H.; Nasi, Robert; Nilsson, Margareta; Pinedo-Vasquez, Miguel A.; Rhemtulla, Jeanine M.; Sutherland, William J.; Watkins, C.; and Wilson, Sarah Jane, "Key Emerging Issues for Forests and Livelihoods in the 21st Century - June 2019" (2019). Forest Collaborative Research. 21.