Irmeli Mustalahti
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Can REDD+ reconcile local priorities and needs with global mitigation benefits? Lessons from Angai Forest, Tanzania
I Mustalahti, A Bolin, E Boyd, J Paavola
Ecology and Society 17 (1), 2012
1282012
Where and how can participatory forest management succeed? Learning from Tanzania, Mozambique, and Laos
I Mustalahti, JF Lund
Society & Natural Resources 23 (1), 31-44, 2009
912009
Rethinking ‘expert’knowledge in community forest management in Tanzania
A Scheba, I Mustalahti
Forest Policy and Economics 60, 7-18, 2015
752015
The responsive bioeconomy: The need for inclusion of citizens and environmental capability in the forest based bioeconomy
I Mustalahti
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 3781-3790, 2018
592018
REDD+ and empowered deliberative democracy: Learning from Tanzania
I Mustalahti, OS Rakotonarivo
World Development 59, 199-211, 2014
552014
Participatory forest carbon assessment and REDD+: learning from Tanzania
K Mukama, I Mustalahti, E Zahabu
International Journal of Forestry Research 2012, 2012
332012
Environmental concerns in political bioeconomy discourses
D Kleinschmit, B Arts, A Giurca, I Mustalahti, A Sergent, H Pülzl
International Forestry Review 19 (1), 41-55, 2017
272017
The context of REDD+ in Tanzania: Drivers, agents and institutions
D Kweka, R Carmenta, M Hyle, I Mustalahti, T Dokken, M Brockhaus
CIFOR, 2015
272015
Resources and rules of the game: Participation of civil society in REDD+ and FLEGT‐VPA processes in Lao PDR
I Mustalahti, M Cramm, S Ramcilovic‐Suominen, YT Tegegne
Forests 8 (2), 50, 2017
192017
How to handle the stick: positive processes and crucial barriers of participatory forest management
I Mustalahti
Forests, trees and livelihoods 16 (2), 151-165, 2006
192006
How to handle the stick: positive processes and crucial barriers of participatory forest management
I Mustalahti
Forests, trees and livelihoods 16 (2), 151-165, 2006
192006
Msitu wa Angai: haraka, haraka, haina baraka! Why does handing over the Angai forest to local willages proceed so slowly?
IH Mustalahti
Anomalies of aid, 168-186, 2007
182007
Analysis of three crucial elements of REDD+ in participatory forest management
I Mustalahti, DT Tassa
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27 (2), 200-209, 2012
172012
Sustaining participatory forest management: case study analyses of forestry assistance from Tanzania, Mozambique, Laos and Vietnam
I Mustalahti
Small-Scale Forestry 8 (1), 109-129, 2009
172009
Equity in REDD+: varying logics in Tanzania
S Rantala, T Kontinen, K Korhonen‐Kurki, I Mustalahti
Environmental Policy and Governance 25 (3), 201-212, 2015
122015
Finnish Forestry Assistance: Success story or failure
P White, I Mustalahti, S Carelica
Analyses of case studies from Sub-Saharan Africa and their possible impacts …, 2005
112005
Participatory forest carbon assessment in south-eastern Tanzania: experiences, costs and implications for REDD+ initiatives
JZ Katani, I Mustalahti, K Mukama, E Zahabu
Oryx 50 (3), 523-532, 2016
92016
Complexities in accessing REDD+ benefits in community forestry: evidence from Nepal's Terai region
BP Devkota, I Mustalahti
International Forestry Review 20 (3), 332-345, 2018
82018
Impacts of Finnish cooperation in the Mexican policy making process: From the community forest management to the liberalization of forest services
IDH Flores, M Skutsch, I Mustalahti
Forest Policy and Economics 73, 229-238, 2016
72016
Participatory forestry at the crossroads in Laos and Vietnam: two participatory forest management case studies
I Mustalahti
Contextualising natural resource management in the South, 193-235, 2007
72007
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