Salla Rantala
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Understanding and integrating local perceptions of trees and forests into incentives for sustainable landscape management
JL Pfund, JD Watts, M Boissiere, A Boucard, RM Bullock, A Ekadinata, ...
Environmental Management 48 (2), 334-349, 2011
862011
Multistakeholder environmental governance in action: REDD+ discourse coalitions in Tanzania
S Rantala, M Di Gregorio
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
402014
Who gains and who loses from compensated displacement from protected areas? The case of the Derema Corridor, Tanzania
SE Rantala, H Vihemäki, BM Swallow, G Jambiya
Conservation and Society 11 (2), 97-111, 2013
352013
Reducing emissions from all land uses (REALU): The case for a whole landscape approach
M Van Noordwijk, PA Minang, S Dewi, J Hall, S Rantala
ASB Policy Brief 13, 1-4, 2009
302009
Reducing emissions from all land uses (REALU): The case for a whole landscape approach
M Van Noordwijk, PA Minang, S Dewi, J Hall, S Rantala
ASB Policy Brief 13, 1-4, 2009
302009
Mating system and reproductive success in the Siberian flying squirrel
V Selonen, JN Painter, S Rantala, IK Hanski
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (6), 1266-1273, 2013
282013
Coordination and cross-sectoral integration in REDD+: experiences from seven countries
K Korhonen-Kurki, M Brockhaus, B Bushley, A Babon, MF Gebara, ...
Climate and Development 8 (5), 458-471, 2016
262016
The use of knowledge in evidence-informed voluntary conservation of Finnish forests
A Salomaa, R Paloniemi, T Hujala, S Rantala, A Arponen, J Niemelä
Forest policy and economics 73, 90-98, 2016
252016
Integrating social and ecological knowledge for targeting voluntary biodiversity conservation
R Paloniemi, T Hujala, S Rantala, A Harlio, A Salomaa, E Primmer, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (1), e12340, 2018
242018
Ecological and social outcomes of a new protected area in Tanzania
JM Hall, ND Burgess, S Rantala, H Vihemaeki, G Jambiya, RE Gereau, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1512-1521, 2014
242014
Multilevel governance for forests and climate change: Learning from Southern Mexico
S Rantala, R Hajjar, M Skutsch
Forests 5 (12), 3147-3168, 2014
202014
Community-Based Forest Management: what scope for conservation and livelihood co-benefits? Experience from the East Usambara Mountains, Tanzania
S Rantala, R Bullock, MA Mbegu, LA German
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 31 (8), 777-797, 2012
192012
Johdanto
S Rantala, M Mustonen, P Katila
Metsät muuttuvassa maailmassa: kansainväliset trendit ja keskeiset haasteet …, 2018
182018
Changing landscapes, transforming institutions: local management of natural resources in the East Usambara Mountains, Tanzania
S Rantala, E Lyimo
Collaborative governance of tropical landscapes, 107-132, 2011
172011
Exploring village governance processes behind community-based forest management: legitimacy and coercion in the Usambara Mountains of Tanzania
S Rantala, LA German
International Forestry Review 15 (3), 355-367, 2013
142013
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
132015
Knowledge and brokerage in REDD+ policy making: a policy networks analysis of the case of Tanzania
S Rantala
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2012
132012
Knowledge and brokerage in REDD+ policy making: a policy networks analysis of the case of Tanzania
S Rantala
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2012
132012
Energy transition looming behind the headlines? Newspaper coverage of biogas production in Finland
J Lyytimäki, NA Nygrén, A Pulkka, S Rantala
Energy, Sustainability and Society 8 (1), 15, 2018
82018
Reducing emissions from all land uses (REALU): The case for a whole landscape approach (ASB Policy Brief)
M van Noordwijk, P Minang, S Dewi, J Hall, S Rantala
Nairobi: ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins, 2009
72009
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