Publications

We publish our research in a wide range of disciplinary and multidisciplinary journals, and also in books, reports and other means of communication, such as videos and web-based knowledge exchange platforms. You can find below our work published between January 2014 and the present day.

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  • The things we share: Sharing in real and experimental settings among Punan hunter-gatherers, Indonesian Borneo. Napitupulu L, Bouma J, Reyes-García V (2018). Ecological Economics, 152.
  • Unravelling stakeholder participation under conditions of neoliberal biodiversity governance in Catalonia, Spain Maestre-Andrés S, Calvet-Mir L, Apostolopoulou E (2018). Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 36 (7): 1299–1318.
  • Violence in environmental conflicts: the need for a multidimensional approach Navas G, Mingorria S, Aguilar-González B (2018). Sustainability Science, 13 (3).
  • What can conservation strategies learn from the ecosystem services approach? Insights from ecosystem assessments in two Spanish protected areas García-Llorente M, Harrison P.A, Berry P, Palomo I, Gómez-Baggethun E, Iniesta-Arandia I, Montes C, García-del-Amo D, Martín-López B (2018). Biodiversity and Conservation, 27 (7): 1575-1597.
  • What's in a name? Unpacking 'participatory' environmental monitoring Turreira-Garcia N, Lund J.F, Domínguez P, Carrillo-Anglés E, Brummer M, Dunn P, Reyes-García V (2018). Ecological Economics, 23 (2).
  • Widening the evaluative space for ecosystem services: A taxonomy of plural values and valuation methods Arias-Arévalo P, Gómez-Baggethun E, Martín-López B, Pérez-Rincón M (2018). Environmental Values, 27 (1).
  • 'Like father, like son'? Baka children's local ecological knowledge learning in a context of cultural change Gallois, Sandrine, Duda R, Reyes-García V (2017). In: Reyes-García, V. and Pyhälä, A. , Hunter-Gatherers in a Changing World. Springer.
  • A moral economy of water: charity wells in Egypt's Nile Delta El Didi H, Corbera E (2017). Development and Change, 48 (1).
  • Adaptation, access to resources and mobility: From contemporary pastoral systems to ancient societies Madella M, Patel H.H.R, Reyes-García V, Salpeteur M (2017). Nomadic Peoples, 21 (2).
  • An empirically tested overlap between indigenous and scientific knowledge of a changing climate in Bolivian Amazonia Fernández-Llamazares Á, Garcia R.A, Diaz-Reviriego I, Cabeza M, Pyhälä A, Reyes-García V (2017). Regional Environmental Change, 17 (6): 1673-1685.
  • Applicability of economic instruments for protecting ecosystem services from cultural agrarian landscapes in Doñana, SW Spain Gaitán-Cremaschi D, Palomo I, Baraibar Molina S, De Groot R, Gómez-Baggethun E (2017). Land Use Policy, 61.
  • Assessing the Potential of Regulating Ecosystem Services as Nature-Based Solutions in Urban Areas Baro F, Gómez-Baggethun E (2017). Nature-Based Solutions to Climate Change Adaptation in Urban Areas.
  • Bioenergy production and sustainable development: Science base for policymaking remains limited Robledo-Abad C, Althaus H.J, Berndes G, Bolwig S, Corbera E, Creutzig F, Garcia-Ulloa J, Geddes A, Gregg J.S, Haberl H, Hanger S, Harper R.J, Hunsberger C, Larsen R.K, Lauk C, Leitner S, Lilliestam J, Lotze-Campen H, Muys B, Nordborg M (2017). GCB Bioenergy, 9 (3).
  • Book review. Redeeming REDD. Policies, incentives and social feasibility for avoided deforestation Corbera E (2017). Journal of Peasant Studies, 44 (2).
  • Climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: towards a landscape-based and collaborative action research agenda Hunsberger C, Corbera E, Borras S.M, Franco J.C, Woods K, Work C, de la Rosa R, Eang V, Herre R, Kham S.S, Park C, Sokheng S, Spoor M, Thein S, Aung K.T, Thuon R, Vaddhanaphuti C (2017). Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 38 (3).
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