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Peer Reviewed Articles

Key factors which influence the success of community forestry in developing countries.

Baynes, Jack, John Herbohn, Carl Smith, Robert Fisher, and David Bray.  Global Environmental Change 35 (2015): 226-238.


Community forest enterprises as entrepreneurial firms: economic and institutional perspectives from Mexico.

Antinori, C., and D. B. Bray. World development33, no. 9 (2005): 1529-1543.


Tropical deforestation, community forests, and protected areas in the Maya Forest.

Bray, D.B., Duran, E., Ramos, V.H., Mas, J.F., Velazquez, A., McNab, R.B., Barry, D. and Radachowsky, J., 2008. Ecology and Society, 13(2)


Where are we now?

Charnley, S. and Poe, M.R., 2007. Community forestry in theory and practice:. Annual Review of Anthropology, 36.


Using community forest management to achieve REDD+ goals.

Agrawal, A. and Angelsen, A., 2009. Realising REDD+: national strategy and policy options, 1, pp.201-212.


Social and ecological synergy: local rulemaking, forest livelihoods, and biodiversity conservation.

Persha, L., Agrawal, A. and Chhatre, A., 2011. science, 331(6024), pp.1606-1608.


Developing an interdisciplinary and cross‐sectoral community of practice in the domain of forests and livelihoods.

Watkins, C., Zavaleta, J., Wilson, S. and Francisco, S., 2018. Conservation Biology, 32(1), pp.60-71.

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