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: 3094 Home Print this page Email this page Small font sizeDefault font sizeIncrease font size

This article has been cited by
1
Desiree Valadares
.2018;()139
[DOI]
2From Lightning Rod to Community Asset? The Creation of a Protected Area in Northern California and its Evolving Relationship to a Nearby Community
Erin Clover Kelly,Alicia Christiansen
Society & Natural Resources.2019;32(6)657
[DOI]
3Everyday life in a magnificent landscape: Making sense of the nature/culture dichotomy in the mountains of Jämtland, Sweden
Sandra Wall-Reinius,Solène Prince,Annika Dahlberg
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.2019;2(1)3
[DOI]
4Sami space for agency in the management of the Laponia World Heritage site
Elsa Reimerson
Local Environment.2016;21(7)808
[DOI]
5How to support the effective management of Natura 2000 sites?
D. Pellegrino,U. Schirpke,D. Marino
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.2017;60(3)383
[DOI]
6How to support the effective management of Natura 2000 sites?
Michelle Cocks,Citlalli López,Tony Dold
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.2011;7(3)107
[DOI]
7Strifes of the frontier: an assessment of Acacia mearnsii related park-community conflicts in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, South Africa
Geoffrey Mukwada,Wisemen Chingombe,Philip Taru
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences.2016;13(1)37
[DOI]
8Postcolonial nature conservation in practice: the everyday challenges of on-ground urban nature conservation, Cape Town, South Africa
Marnie Graham
GeoJournal.2017;82(1)43
[DOI]
9Towards sustainable coexistence: People and wild mammals in Baluran National Park, Indonesia
Satyawan Pudyatmoko,Arief Budiman,Stein Kristiansen
Forest Policy and Economics.2018;90(1)151
[DOI]
10Ecotourism and rewilding: the case of Swedish Lapland
Felix Koninx
Journal of Ecotourism.2018;90(1)1
[DOI]
11The art of neoliberalizing park management: commodification, politics and hotel construction in pallasyllästunturi national park, finland
Teijo Rytteri,Riikka Puhakka
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography.2012;94(3)255
[DOI]
12Nordic political ecologies
Tor A. Benjaminsen,Paul Robbins
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography.2015;69(4)191
[DOI]
13Modelling local attitudes to protected areas in developing countries
Chiara Bragagnolo,AnaC.M. Malhado,Paul Jepson,RichardJ Ladle
Conservation and Society.2016;14(3)163
[DOI]
14Progress toward Equitably Managed Protected Areas in Aichi Target 11: A Global Survey
Noelia Zafra-Calvo,Eneko Garmendia,Unai Pascual,Ignacio Palomo,Nicole Gross-Camp,Daniel Brockington,Jose-Antonio Cortes-Vazquez,Brendan Coolsaet,Neil David Burgess
BioScience.2019;69(3)191
[DOI]
15Categories are all around us: Towards more porous, flexible, and negotiable boundaries in conservation-production landscapes
Annika Dahlberg
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography.2015;69(4)207
[DOI]
16What are wilderness areas for? Tourism and political ecologies of wilderness uses and management in the Anthropocene
Jarkko Saarinen
Journal of Sustainable Tourism.2019;27(4)472
[DOI]
  Feedback 
  Subscribe 
  Advertise 

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