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   2010| October-December  | Volume 8 | Issue 4  
    Online since March 19, 2011

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Collaborative Event Ethnography: Conservation and development trade-offs at the fourth world conservation congress
J Peter Brosius, Lisa M Campbell
October-December 2010, 8(4):245-255
  19 7,996 1,288
Sea change: Exploring the international effort to promote marine protected areas
Noella J Gray
October-December 2010, 8(4):331-338
  14 5,074 823
Business, Biodiversity and New 'Fields' of conservation: The world conservation congress and the renegotiation of organisational order
Kenneth Iain MacDonald
October-December 2010, 8(4):256-275
  12 6,685 1,081
The politics of indigeneity: Indigenous strategies for inclusion in climate change negotiations
Amity A Doolittle
October-December 2010, 8(4):286-291
  12 6,935 1,240
Setting the stage for new global knowledge: Science, Economics, and Indigenous knowledge in 'The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity' at the Fourth World Conservation Congress
Chad Monfreda
October-December 2010, 8(4):276-285
  5 4,337 702
Climate change impacts, conservation and protected values: Understanding promotion, ambivalence and resistance to policy change at the world conservation congress
Shannon Hagerman, Terre Satterfield, Hadi Dowlatabadi
October-December 2010, 8(4):298-311
  4 5,656 677
Setting the stage for biofuels:Policy texts, community of practice, and institutional ambiguity at the Fourth World Conservation Congress
Edward M Maclin, Juan Luis Dammert Bello
October-December 2010, 8(4):312-319
  3 4,101 498
Sorting out roles and defining divides: Social sciences at the World Conservation Congress
Meredith Welch-Devine, Lisa M Campbell
October-December 2010, 8(4):339-348
  2 4,454 743
Heart of borneo as a 'Jalan Tikus': Exploring the links Between indigenous rights, extractive and exploitative industries, and conservation at the World Conservation Congress 2008
Sarah L Hitchner
October-December 2010, 8(4):320-330
  - 5,462 710
NTFP and REDD at the Fourth World Conservation Congress: What is In and What is Not
Pablo Peña
October-December 2010, 8(4):292-297
  - 1,823 422