What are the Biophysical, Institutional, and Socioeconomic Contextual Factors Associated with Improvements in Livelihood and Environmental Outcomes in Forests Managed by Communities? A Systematic Review Protocol

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Newton P, Oldekop J, Agrawal A, Cronkleton P, Etue E, Russell AJM, Tjajadi JS and Zhou W. 2015. What are the biophysical, institutional, and socioeconomic contextual factors associated with improvements in livelihood and environmental outcomes in forests managed by communities?: A systematic review protocol. Working Paper 172. Bogor, Indonesia: CIFO

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Author
Peter Newton, Johan Oldekop, Arun Agrawal, Peter Cronkleton, Emily Etue , Aarom JM Russell, Junuarti Sinarra Tjajadi and Wen Zhou
Region
East Asia and Pacific (includes South East Asia), South Asia, Europe and CIS, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
Sector
Environment and Disaster Management
Sub-sector
Natural Resource Management
Equity Focus
Poverty, Vulnerable groups
Review Type
Effectiveness review

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