Special Issue August 2013 | Vol. 6 | Issue 3 | pages 311-467
Proceedings of the Yale Chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters Conferences, February 2010 and January 2011
Guest Editors: Jeffrey Chow, Gabriela Doria, Rachel Kramer, Tina Schneider, and Jeff Stoike
(Overview to the Proceedings of the Yale Chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters Conferences, February 2010 and January 2011) | pages 315-324
Jeffrey Chow, Gabriela Doria, Rachel Kramer, Tina Schneider and Jeff Stoike
Ariel E. Lugo
Putting the plus first: community forest enterprise as the platform for REDD+ in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala | pages 365-383
Benjamin D. Hodgdon, Jeffrey Hayward and Omar Samayoa
REDD+, Adaptation, and sustainable forest management: toward effective polycentric global forest governance | pages 384-408
The case for improved forest management (IFM) as a priority REDD+ strategy in the tropics | pages 409-425
Bronson W. Griscom and Rane Cortez
Brazil’s Success in reducing deforestation | pages 426-445
Doug Boucher, Sarah Roquemore and Estrellita Fitzhugh
From Amazon pasture to the high street: deforestation and the Brazilian cattle product supply chain | pages 446-467
Nathalie F. Walker, Sabrina A. Patel and Kemel A. B. Kalif
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