Louise Marie Busck LumholtAutonomous University of Barcelona | UAB · Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technologies (ICTA)
Louise Marie Busck Lumholt
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The opportunities and challenges of ensuring participation and success of Integrated Conservation and Development Projects (ICDPs) have been fairly studied. However, it is not often well-established which institutional mechanisms explain the failure in meeting participatory and project goals. To fill this gap, we develop a telecoupling-inspired dia...
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...
Through a case-study of Arabuko-Sokoke forest, this paper investigates the potentials and limitations of participatory forest management (PFM)and forest-based income generating activities (IGAs) as conservation strategies. Based on household surveys, individual interviews, and forest transects, the paper shows how formal and especially informal ins...
The authors of this chapter advocate for the integration of environmental justice thinking in telecoupling research. The chapter provides a succinct review of the history and conceptual foundations of environmental justice, which encompass distribution, recognition and participation issues, and it reviews the most recent empirical case studies in t...
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