From Synergy to Complexity: The Trend Toward Integrated Value Chain and Landscape Governance: Special Issue

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Special Issue of Environmental Management: From Synergy to Complexity: The Trend Toward Integrated Value Chain and Landscape Governance. Complete list of articles are:

  • Mirjam A. F. Ros-Tonen, James Reed, Terry Sunderland. From Synergy to Complexity: The Trend Toward Integrated Value Chain and Landscape Governance, pages 1-14
  • Janet Lowore, Julia Meaton, Adrian Wood. African Forest Honey: an Overlooked NTFP with Potential to Support Livelihoods and Forests, pages 15-28
  • Albertina Ndeinoma, K. Freerk Wiersum, Bas Arts. The Governance of Indigenous Natural Products in Namibia: A Policy Network Analysis, pages 29-44
  • Mats Eriksson, Lotta Samuelson, Linnéa Jägrud, Eskil Mattsson, Thorsten Celander, Anders Malmer, Klas Bengtsson, Olof Johansson, Nicolai Schaaf, Ola Svending, Anna Tengberg. Water, Forests, People: The Swedish Experience in Building Resilient Landscapes, pages 45-57
  • Hexing Long, Jinlong Liu, Chengyue Tu, Yimin Fu. From State-controlled to Polycentric Governance in Forest Landscape Restoration: The Case of the Ecological Forest Purchase Program in Yong’an Municipality of China
  • Allan P. Dale, Karen Vella, Margaret Gooch, Ruth Potts, Robert L. Pressey, Jon Brodie, Rachel Eberhard. Avoiding Implementation Failure in Catchment Landscapes: A Case Study in Governance of the Great Barrier Reef, pages 70-81
  • Samson Foli, Mirjam A. F. Ros-Tonen, James Reed, Terry Sunderland. Natural Resource Management Schemes as Entry Points for Integrated Landscape Approaches: Evidence from Ghana and Burkina Faso, pages 82-97
  • Dawn Rodriguez-Ward, Anne M. Larson, Harold Gordillo Ruesta. Top-down, Bottom-up and Sideways: The Multilayered Complexities of Multi-level Actors Shaping Forest Governance and REDD+ Arrangements in Madre de Dios, Peru, pages 98-116
  • Dawn Rodriguez-Ward, Anne M. Larson, Harold Gordillo Ruesta. Correction to: Top-down, Bottom-up and Sideways: the Multilayered Complexities of Multi-level Actors Shaping Forest Governance and REDD+ Arrangements in Madre de Dios, Peru, pages 117-117
  • H. Carolyn Peach Brown. An Assessment of Institutional Capacity for Integrated Landscape Management in Eastern Cameroon, pages 118-127
  • Verina Ingram, Jolanda van den Berg, Mark van Oorschot, Eric Arets, Lucas Judge. Governance Options to Enhance Ecosystem Services in Cocoa, Soy, Tropical Timber and Palm Oil Value Chains, pages 128-142
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