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The multiple environmentalities framework has been used to disentangle the diverse rationalities of governance that underpin contemporary environmental governance programmes. Often missing from such analyses is a networked and scalar dimension that can provide a basis for understanding the structural dimensions of environmental governance and the c...
Many studies have demonstrated the efficacy of protected areas for conserving biodiversity; however, few have investigated the drivers and environmental outcomes of losses in site protection. These events, termed protected area downgrading, downsizing, and degazettement (PADDD), have been documented in various contexts in recent years, one of the m...
This article illustrates the potential of the telecoupling framework to improve causal attribution in land system science (LSS). We shed light on the distinct analytical approaches that have characterized telecoupling research to date, how these can contribute to LSS with new insights, and whether such insights can improve causal attribution. By re...
Conservation Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) are crucial actors in global conservation governance. They shape resource flows, establish cross-sector and cross-scale networks, and influence conservation discourses and practices. While research on conservation NGOs is growing, less attention has been paid to how conservation NGOs structure thei...
Despite the popularity of integrated conservation and development approaches to protected area management, adjacent communities increasingly face livelihood dilemmas. Yet understanding of how market processes and conservation enforcement interact to influence livelihood responses remains limited. Targeting eight villages in Nam Et-Phou Louey (NEPL)...
Globalisation is causing unprecedented flows of people, resources, and goods across the world, accelerating interactions between distal land systems. The resulting overexploitation of the world’s natural resources has led to persistent calls for global environmental conservation efforts that reduce pressures on the natural environment requiring new...
Decentralisation in Cambodia has long been propagated as a means to enhance local engagement with governance structures. But in the forestry sector, even limited devolution of powers often constrains local user groups with excessive bureaucratic burdens. In addition, entrenched political economy interests tend to inhibit effective governance. To in...
The Doctoral programme COUPLED is a European wide PhD programme that unites young researchers, senior researchers and non-academic organizations and companies on topics of land-use change, and the globalization of this. Our work covers qualitative and quantitative approaches and span the globe. A major aim is to understand what drives land-use changes in order to transition towards greater sustainability in this domain. With this project we want to keep you informed about what is currently happening within our group.