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Conference Papers and Presentations

Conference Papers and Presentations

LiveDiverse Panel at the 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (10-14 January 2011)

Panel A: Going Beyond Polarised Discourse: Integrating Biodiversity and Livelihood Concerns in
Riparian Ecosystems in Developing Countries

Gooch, Geoffrey. (2011). Protecting Biodiversity: What’s in it for Us? Living Near Biodiversity-Rich Areas in Vietnam, Costa Rica, India and South Africa. Presentation:  Gooch

Yasuda, Yumiko. (2011). Environmental Mainstreaming: An Analytical Framework for Understanding the Challenges of Implementing EM Policies in Developing Countries. Presentation: Yasuda

Mukhtarov, Farhad. (2011). “Dream” Idea and Real Circumstances: Policy Change in Na Hang and Ba Be, Vietnam. Presentation: Mukhtarov

Panel B: Going Beyond Polarised Discourse: Integrating Biodiversity and Livelihood Concerns in Riparian Ecosystems in Developing Countries

Nortje, Karen; Claassen, Marius; Funke, Nikki; Jacobs, Inga; Steyn, Maronel. (2011). Understanding the Role of Public Belief Systems in Perceptions of Bio-Physical, Socio-Economic and Cultural-Spiritual Vulnerabilities through the Use of an Emergent Analytical Framework. Presentation: Nortje

Bouma, Jetske; Joy, K.J.; Lan, Vu Cong; Lopez Ramirez, A. Steyn, M. (2011).  Poverty, Livelihoods and the Conservation of Nature. Presentation: Joy

Joy, K.J. and Paranjape, Suhas. (2011). Exploring Cultural-Spiritual Vulnerability and Driver Specific Vulnerability Indices: A Case Study of Warana River Basin in India. Presentation: Paranjape

Gooch, G.D. (2008). Assessing and Managing Biodiversity, Livelihoods and Cultural-Spiritual Diversity in Watersheds through Combined Vulnerability Studies, conference proceedings, paper presented at the 2007 ‘Science for Sustainable Development’ conference, Linköping, 6-7 September 2007. VHU_Conf_2007_Gooch_redigerad_2008-09-12

Gooch, G.D. (2009). The challenge of combining strategies to manage bio-physical, socio-economic and cultural-spiritual vulnerabilities in the move to sustainable development, presented at the Conference “Sustainable development: a challenge for European research” Brussels, 26 to 28 May 2009