Grace Y. Wong
Grace Y. Wong
Stockholm Resilience Centre
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An analysis of trade-offs between multiple ecosystem services and stakeholders linked to land use and water quality management in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
JRA Butler, GY Wong, DJ Metcalfe, M Honzák, PL Pert, N Rao, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 180, 176-191, 2013
Approaches to benefit sharing: A preliminary comparative analysis of 13 REDD+ countries
TT Pham, M Brockhaus, G Wong, LN Dung, JS Tjajadi, L Loft, C Luttrell, ...
Center for International Forestry Research: Bogor, Indonesia, 2013
A catchment-based approach to mapping hydrological ecosystem services using riparian habitat: a case study from the Wet Tropics, Australia
PL Pert, JRA Butler, JE Brodie, C Bruce, M Honzak, FJ Kroon, D Metcalfe, ...
Ecological Complexity 7 (3), 378-388, 2010
Learning from REDD+: a response to Fletcher et al.
A Angelsen, M Brockhaus, AE Duchelle, A Larson, C Martius, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (3), 718-720, 2017
Can carbon-trading schemes help to protect China's most diverse forest ecosystems? A case study from Xishuangbanna, Yunnan
ZF Yi, G Wong, CH Cannon, J Xu, P Beckschäfer, RD Swetnam
Land Use Policy 38, 646-656, 2014
Local preferences and strategies for effective, efficient, and equitable distribution of PES revenues in Vietnam: Lessons for REDD+
TT Pham, M Moeliono, M Brockhaus, DN Le, GY Wong, TM Le
Human Ecology 42 (6), 885-899, 2014
Whose equity matters? National to local equity perceptions in Vietnam's payments for forest ecosystem services scheme
L Loft, DN Le, TT Pham, AL Yang, JS Tjajadi, GY Wong
Ecological Economics 135, 164-175, 2017
Social Forestry - why and for whom? A comparison of policies in Vietnam and Indonesia
M Moeliono, TT Pham, IW Bong, GY Wong, M Brockhaus
Forest and Society 1 (2), 1-20, 2017
The land-use effects of a forest carbon policy in the US
GY Wong, JRR Alavalapati
Forest policy and economics 5 (3), 249-263, 2003
Consumption and vulnerability among foragers and horticulturalists in the rainforest of Honduras
GY Wong, R Godoy
World Development 31 (8), 1405-1419, 2003
Wealth and the distribution of benefits from tropical forests: Implications for REDD+
KP Andersson, SM Smith, LJ Alston, AE Duchelle, E Mwangi, AM Larson, ...
Land Use Policy 72, 510-522, 2018
Simple incentives and group dependence for successful payments for ecosystem services programs: evidence from an experimental game in rural Lao PDR
C Salk, MC Lopez, G Wong
Conservation Letters 10 (4), 414-421, 2017
Risks to REDD+: potential pitfalls for policy design and implementation
L Loft, TT Pham, GY Wong, M Brockhaus, DN Le, JS Tjajadi, C Luttrell
Environmental Conservation 44 (1), 44-55, 2017
Results-based payments for REDD+: Lessons on finance, performance, and non-carbon benefits
G Wong, A Angelsen, M Brockhaus, R Carmenta, A Duchelle, S Leonard, ...
CIFOR, 2016
REDD+: Lessons from National and Subnational Implementation: Ending Tropical Deforestation: a stock-take of progress and challenges
AE Duchelle, F Seymour, M Brockhaus, A Angelsen, M Moeliono, ...
World Resources Institute, 2018
An assessment framework for benefit sharing mechanisms to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation within a forest policy mix
GY Wong, L Loft, M Brockhaus, AL Yang, TT Pham, S Assembe-Mvondo, ...
Environmental Policy and Governance 27 (5), 436–452, 2017
Economic valuation of land uses in Oudomxay Province, Lao PDR: Can REDD+ be effective in maintaining forests?
GY Wong, S Darachanthara, T Soukkhamthat
Land 3 (3), 1059-1074, 2014
Greening rubber? Political ecologies of plantation sustainability in Laos and Myanmar
M Kenney-Lazar, G Wong, H Baral, AJM Russell
Geoforum 92, 96-105, 2018
Reworking the land: A review of literature on the role of migration and remittances in the rural livelihoods of Southeast Asia
R Cole, G Wong, M Brockhaus
CIFOR, 2015
The politics of swidden: A case study from Nghe An and Son La in Vietnam
TP Thu, M Moeliono, GY Wong, M Brockhaus
Land Use Policy, 2018
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