Institutions and policies to protect rural livelihoods in REDD + regimes
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Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1162/GLEP_a_00028
Publication InfoLawlor, K; Weinthal, E; & Olander, L (2010). Institutions and policies to protect rural livelihoods in REDD + regimes. Global Environmental Politics, 10(4). pp. 1-11. 10.1162/GLEP_a_00028. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4632.
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Adjunct Professor in the Environmental Sciences and Policy Division
Lydia Olander directs the Ecosystem Services Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University. She leads the National Ecosystem Services Partnership, supporting efforts to integrate ecosystem services into decision making, studies environmental markets and mitigation, and sustainable infrastructure, and is working to expand engaged interdisciplinary sustainability science in academia. She directs a new Environment Impact Fellows leadership training
Erika S. Weinthal
Professor of Environmental Policy and Public Policy
Dr. Weinthal specializes in global environmental politics and environmental security with a particular emphasis on water and energy. Current areas of research include (1) global environmental politics and governance, (2) environmental conflict and peacebuilding, (3) the political economy of the resource curse, and (4) climate change adaptation. Dr. Weinthal’s research spans multiple geographic regions, including the Soviet successor states, the Middle East, South Asia, East Africa, and
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