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The PCLG Digest Journal Archive
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A complete bibliography of articles that appear in the PCLG Digest. Please click on a theme below to link you to relevant articles.
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Alternative livelihoods
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Biodiversity and development
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Commercial interests and conservation
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Community based conservation
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Community based governance/management
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Community based fisheries management
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Community based forest management
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CBNRM
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Community based wildlife management
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Conflict and coexistence
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Conflict and conservation
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Conservation and development strategies
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Conservation enterprise
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Conservation governance
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Culture, religion, tradition and conservation
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Displacement, dispossession and conservation
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Ecosystem services and people
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Environmental justice
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Equitable / Just conservation
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Financial incentive mechanisms
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Forests and livelihoods
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Gender and conservation
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Health and conservation
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Human rights and conservation
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Human wellbeing
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Human wildlife conflict
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Hunting (subsistence, traditional, trophy)
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Land rights
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Methodological approaches
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PES
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Politics and conservation
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Poverty and conservation
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REDD
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Resettement and conservation
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Social impacts of PAs
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Sustainable use
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Tourism
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Traditional knowledge
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Welfare
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Wildlife trade (legal and illegal)
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Alternative livelihoods
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Sene-Harper A, Matarrita-Cascante D and L Larson (2018) Leveraging local livelihood strategies to support conservation and development in West Africa. Environmental Development.
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Biodiversity and development
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Bull J, Baker J, Griffiths V, Jones J and E Milner-Gulland (2018) Ensuring No Net Loss for people as well as biodiversity: good practice principles. SocArXiv
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Parathian H (2018) Understanding cosmopolitan communities in protected areas: A case study from the Colombian Amazon. Conservation and Society
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Roe D, Seddon N and J Elliott (2018) Biodiversity loss is a development issue: A rapid review of the evidence. IIED.
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LaRocco A (2019) The Biodiversity for Life (B4L) flagship initiative: The EU, Africa, and biodiversity conservation. In Beringer S, Maier S and M Thiel (eds) EU Development Policies, International Political Economy Series.
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Van Der Meer Simo A, Kanowskia P and K Barney (2019) Revealing environmental income in rural livelihoods: evidence from four villages in Lao PDR. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods.
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Fortini L (2019) Integrated models show a transient opportunity for sustainable management by tropical forest dwellers. Forest Ecology and Management.
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Manejar A, Sandoy L and R Subade (2019) Linking marine biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation: A case study in selected rural communities of Sagay Marine Reserve, Negros Occidental. Marine Policy.
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Rai J (2019) Understanding poverty-environment relationship from sustainable development perspectives. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International.
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Nkongho A (2019) Fiscal decentralisation system and sustainable forest management in Cameroon: A myth or reality towards sustainable local development. Journal of Taxation and Regulatory Framework.
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Bolin A and D Macqueen (2019) How forest and farm producer organisations deliver social and cultural services. IIED Briefing.
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Roe D, Seddon N and J Elliott (2019) Biodiversity loss is a development issue. A rapid review of the evidence. IIED Issue Paper
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Roe D (2019) Biodiversity loss—more than an environmental emergency. The Lancet
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Franks P and M Chimère Diaw (2019) Transformative change to reduce deforestation in DRC. IIED Backgrounder
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Sadanandan Nambiar E (2019) Re-imagining forestry and wood business: Pathways to rural development, poverty alleviation and climate change mitigation in the tropics. Forest Ecology and Management
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Commercial interests and conservation
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Sonkoue M and S Nguiffo (2019) Apes, crops and communities: Land concessions and conservation in Cameroon. IIED Briefing Paper
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Schneider F, et al (2019) Sustainable and just development in Myanmar: Land disputes in Tanintharyi Region between commercial interests, nature conservation and human well-being. In: Global Land Project 4th Open Science Meeting. Bern, Switzerland
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Community based conservation
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Alexander S.M, Epstein G, Bodin, Ö, Armitage D and D Campbell (2018) Participation in planning and social networks increase social monitoring in community‐based conservation. Conservation Letters.
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Giakoumi S et al (2018) Revisiting “Success” and “Failure” of Marine Protected Areas: A Conservation Scientist Perspective. Friontiers in Marine Science,
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Major K, Smith D and AB Migliano (2018) Co-Managers or Co-Residents? Indigenous Peoples’ Participation in the Management of Protected Areas: a Case Study of the Agta in the Philippines. Human Ecology.
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Brichieri-Colombi T, et al (2018) Standardising the evaluation of community-based conservation success. Ecological Applications
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Carpenter S (2018) A cross-national comparison of the efficacy of community-based and national governance approaches on the protection of the African elephant. Journal of Environmental Management
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Galvin K, Beeton T and M Luizza (2018) African community-based conservation: a systematic review of social and ecological outcomes. Ecology and Society
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Calva J (2018) Community-based organisations: Role on coastal resource management in the Sarangani Bay Area. Journal of Health Research and Society
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Dean A, Fielding K and K Wilson (2018) Building community support for coastal management – What types of messages are most effective? Environmental Science & Policy.
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Redmore L, Stronza A, Songhurst A and G McCulloch (2018) Which way forward? Past and new perspectives on community-based conservation in the Anthropocene. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene.
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Carson S, et al (2018) Visions from local populations for livelihood-based solutions to promote forest conservation sustainability in the Congo Basin. Human Ecology.
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Moukrim S, et al (2018) Local community involvement in forest rangeland management: Case study of compensation on forest area closed to grazing in Morocco. The Rangeland Journal.
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Mureithi S, et al (2019) Community-based conservation: An emerging land use at the livestock-wildlife interface in northern Kenya. In Kideghesho J (eds) Wildlife Management: Failures, Successes and Prospects.
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Nchor A and S Asuk (2018) Perception of the status of Iko-Esai community forest, Akamkpa Local Government, Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Research.
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Störmer N, et al (2019) Investigating the effects of community-based conservation on attitudes towards wildlife in Namibia. Biological Conservation.
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Community based governance/management
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Baral S, Meilby H and B Chhetri (2019) The contested role of management plans in improving forest conditions in Nepal's community forests. International Forestry Review.
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Bempah G, Monney K and K Dakwa (2019) Evaluation of the community resources management area (CREMA) programme around Ankasa conservation area, Ghana. Cogent Environmental Science
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Gross-Camp N, et al (2019) The type of land we want: Exploring the limits of community forestry in Tanzania and Bolivia. Sustainability
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Lescuyer G, et al (2019) Are community forests a viable model for the Democratic Republic of Congo? Ecology and Society
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Martin A, et al (2019) Fair ways to share benefits from community forests? How commodification is associated with reduced preference for equality and poverty alleviation. Environmental Research Letters.
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Smallhorn-West P, et al (2019) Predicting impact to assess the efficacy of community‐based marine reserve design. Conservation Letters.
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Milupi I, Somers M and W Ferguson (2019) Inadequate community engagement hamstrings sustainable wildlife resource management in Zambia. African Journal of Ecology
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Musavengane R and P Siakwah (2019) Challenging formal accountability processes in community natural resource management in Sub-Saharan Africa. GeoJournal.
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Shanee, N (2019) Reclaim conservation: Conservation discourse and initiatives of the Rondas Campesinas, north-eastern Peru. Conservation and Society.
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Tetinwe N (2019) Community management groups as an effective legal paradigm for local level participation in the management, conservation and wise use of wetlands: Case study of Cameroon. National Journal of Environmental Law
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Community based fisheries management
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Andrachuk M, Armitage D, Hoang H and N Le (2019) A network perspective on spatially clustered territorial use rights for fishers (TURFs) in Vietnam. Coastal Management.
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Hamiton R, et al (2019) Community-based management fails to halt declines of bumphead parrotfish and humphead wrasse in Roviana Lagoon, Solomon Islands. Coral Reefs.
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Hossain M and A Rabby (2019) Institutional constraints to fishers' resilience: Community based fishery management in Bangladesh. International Journal of the Commons
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