Home       About us   Issues     Search     Submission Subscribe   Contact    Login 
Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
Users Online: 1698 Home Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size

This article has been cited by
1Adding (bio)fuel to the fire: discourses on palm oil sustainability in the context of European policy development
Cordula Hinkes
Environment, Development and Sustainability.2019;()
[DOI]
2Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives on Sustainability: A Cross-Disciplinary Review and Research Agenda for Business Ethics
Frank G. A. de Bakker,Andreas Rasche,Stefano Ponte
SSRN Electronic Journal.2019;()
[DOI]
3The Global Politics of the Business of “Sustainable” Palm Oil
Peter Dauvergne
Global Environmental Politics.2018;18(2)34
[DOI]
4Territorializing effects of global standards: What is at stake in the case of ‘sustainable’ palm oil?
Denis Ruysschaert,Caitriona Carter,Emmanuelle Cheyns
Geoforum.2019;104(2)1
[DOI]
5Explaining the “Certification Gap” for Different Types of Oil Palm Smallholders in Riau Province, Indonesia
Sakti Hutabarat,Maja Slingerland,Liesbeth Dries
The Journal of Environment & Development.2019;28(3)253
[DOI]
6Building an effective coalition to improve forest policy: Lessons from the coastal Tripa peat swamp rainforest, Sumatra, Indonesia
Denis Ruysschaert,Marc Hufty
Land Use Policy.2018;28(3)253
[DOI]
7Escaping the “Teenage” Years: The Politics of Rigor and the Evolution of Private Environmental Standards
Caleb Gallemore,Amy Guisinger,Mikkel Kruuse,Denis Ruysschaert,Kristjan Jespersen
Ecological Economics.2018;152(3)76
[DOI]
  Feedback 
  Subscribe 
  Advertise 

Submit articles
Most popular articles
Joiu us as a reviewer
Email alerts
Recommend this journal