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  • Fire is REDD+

    This article is one of the latest scientific outputs of an action-research project in south-eastern Tanzania focused on combining participatory forest management with REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation) incentives. The project introduces early burning practices to reduce the number and (heat) intensity of wild and late-season fires, to develop robust carbon accounting methods. […]

  • Biodiversity conservation & management
  • Justice and conservation: the need to incorporate recognition

    In light of the Aichi target to manage protected areas equitably by 2020, we ask in this article how the conservation sector should be incorporating concerns for social justice. We focus in particular on ‘recognition’, because it is the least well understood aspect of environmental justice, and yet highly relevant to conservation because of its concern […]