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Research news | 2020-05-25
How resource management can benefit from competition between interest groups
Research news | 2019-10-11
With ever-rising demands of publications and endless tasks leaving little space for creative insight, current practice of science is unsustainable
Research news | 2019-06-03
Poor farmers in the forested uplands of Laos provide a reality check on a much embraced concept
Research news | 2019-03-08
How remote villages in the Eastern Himalayas have become symbols of forced-upon policies and globalisation
Research news | 2015-05-19
Ecosystem management that ignores "taboo tradeoffs" is likely to fail
Research news | 2013-04-12
Smarter forest logging based on knowledge of habitat connectivity can curb biodiversity loss