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The Białowieża Forest of Poland and Belarus: an assessment of cross-boundary and multi-level governance of a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Tanayiku Natural Ecology Park in Taiwan: Indigenous-run Ecotourism
Wuyishan Biosphere in Fujian, China and Howe Sound Biosphere in British Columbia, Canada: a comparison of management of UNESCO Biospheres under different political systems.
Carbon credits or carbon piracy? A Case Study of the Kichwa Indigenous People of Ecuador and the Carbon Credits Market
Cumberland Community Forest, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada: An Analysis and Overview
Legislation and policy governing salmon and their impacts on First Nations on Vancouver Island, Canada
Llyn Parc Mawr: Managing a community woodland for multiple objectives within Newborough Forest in North Wales, UK
Forest Therapy in the Hida Region, Gifu Prefecture, Japan: Health, Education, Design and Elder Caring
Urban Forest Management in Hong Kong, China
Agroforestry and Land Sovereignty in Nisg̱a’a Communities of the Nass River Valley in British Columbia, Canada
Wombat State Forest, Victoria, Australia: Exploring Indigenous Engagement in Community Forest Management
The Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland: Ecosystem services, and environmental conservation in a Community Woodland Project
Degradation of Marine Resources Off the Coast of British Columbia, Canada: An Assessment of the Co-Management of the Gwaii Haanas National Marine Conservation Area Reserve
Mt. Adams Community Forest, Washington State, United States: An assessment of their conservation and stewardship practices
Assessment of Wildfire Management in Squamish Community Forest, British Columbia, BC, Canada
The Indonesian Carbon Trading Market (IDX Carbon): What lessons can be learned from existing schemes in other jurisdictions?
Monteverde Cloud Forest, Puntarenas, Costa Rica: A hotspot of co-production of knowledge and conservation?
The Penan and Kelabit Indigenous Peoples of Sarawak, Malaysia: an analysis of their engagement and conflict with logging companies on their traditional unceded territory