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If scientific knowledge is to influence international environmental policy it needs to be recognised as authoritative and impartial by key politicians and policy makers. In the case of climate change this is achieved by a boundary organisation, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...
‘Traditional knowledge’ gained political space in international environmental policy up until the early 1990s as a result of three areas of growing concern: environmental sustainability, indigenous peoples' rights and the commercial potential of traditional knowledge. Prominent at the 1992...
Cassava has been cultivated in Central and South America for about 8000 years. Following export to Africa and Asia in the 16th–19th centuries it is now established as a vital component of the diet of many of the world's poorest people. Growth and processing of the plant in Central and South...
The forest sector is perceived as being traditionally conservative and reluctant to adopt changes, even when these can be beneficial. This is a natural consequence of an industry that tends to operate over relatively long time periods. However, to compete successfully in a rapidly globalizing...
To date much of the global-scale comparative research on environmental forest policy has focused on ‘macro-level’ policy goals and objectives. Although it is important for identifying broad trends, such research overlooks the specific policy settings that serve to ‘set the bar’ for on-the-ground...
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