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Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
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Conservation and Society Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation.

Conservation and Society was recognised as having high impact in the recent Australian Research Council evaluations of scholarly publications. Conservation & Society has been included in Scopus.

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2017  April-June | Vol  15 | Issue  2
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Special Section: The Green Economy in the South
Intimate Exclusions from the REDD+ forests of Sungai Lamandau, Indonesia
Peter Howson
Due to land-use conversions for palm oil, mining and other extractive industries, Indonesia remains the largest contributor of greenhouse gases from primary forest loss in the world. Nowhere are sol...
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Special Section: The Green Economy in the South
Ju/'hoansi Lodging in a Namibian Conservancy: CBNRM, Tourism and Increasing Domination
Stasja Koot, Walter van Beek
Following Ingold's dwelling perspective, the world comes into being because an organism/person is continuously interacting with his/her environment through bodily activity. Ingold contrasts dwel...
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Special Section: The Green Economy in the South
Persistent Neoliberalisation in PES: Taxes, Tariffs, and the World Bank in Costa Rica
Brett Sylvester Matulis
Recent critiques of 'payments for ecosystem services' (PES) and other market-based instruments for environmental conservation have noted that such mechanisms rarely (if ever) operate accordi...
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