Eva Wollenberg
Eva Wollenberg
Professor, Rubinstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and Gund Institute for Environment
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Natural climate solutions
BW Griscom, J Adams, PW Ellis, RA Houghton, G Lomax, DA Miteva, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (44), 11645-11650, 2017
Adaptive co‐management for social–ecological complexity
DR Armitage, R Plummer, F Berkes, RI Arthur, AT Charles, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (2), 95-102, 2009
Linking livelihoods and conservation: a conceptual framework and scale for assessing the integration of human needs and biodiversity
N Salafsky, E Wollenberg
World development 28 (8), 1421-1438, 2000
Reducing risks to food security from climate change
BM Campbell, SJ Vermeulen, PK Aggarwal, C Corner-Dolloff, E Girvetz, ...
Global Food Security 11, 34-43, 2016
Options for support to agriculture and food security under climate change
SJ Vermeulen, PK Aggarwal, A Ainslie, C Angelone, BM Campbell, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 15 (1), 136-144, 2012
Devolution and community-based natural resource management: creating space for local people to participate and benefit
S Shackleton, B Campbell, E Wollenberg, D Edmunds
Natural resource perspectives 76 (1), 1-6, 2002
How to measure, report and verify soil carbon change to realize the potential of soil carbon sequestration for atmospheric greenhouse gas removal
P Smith, JF Soussana, D Angers, L Schipper, C Chenu, DP Rasse, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (1), 219-241, 2020
Using scenarios to make decisions about the future: anticipatory learning for the adaptive co-management of community forests
E Wollenberg, D Edmunds, L Buck
Landscape and urban planning 47 (1-2), 65-77, 2000
Climate‐smart landscapes: opportunities and challenges for integrating adaptation and mitigation in tropical agriculture
CA Harvey, M Chacon, CI Donatti, E Garen, L Hannah, A Andrade, ...
Conservation Letters 7 (2), 77-90, 2014
Reducing emissions from agriculture to meet the 2 C target
E Wollenberg, M Richards, P Smith, P Havlík, M Obersteiner, FN Tubiello, ...
Global change biology 22 (12), 3859-3864, 2016
A strategic approach to multistakeholder negotiations
D Edmunds, E Wollenberg
Development and change 32 (2), 231-253, 2001
Climate-smart agriculture global research agenda: scientific basis for action
KL Steenwerth, AK Hodson, AJ Bloom, MR Carter, A Cattaneo, ...
Agriculture & Food Security 3, 1-39, 2014
Local forest management: the impacts of devolution policies
DS Edmunds, EK Wollenberg
Routledge, 2013
The 4p1000 initiative: Opportunities, limitations and challenges for implementing soil organic carbon sequestration as a sustainable development strategy
C Rumpel, F Amiraslani, C Chenu, M Garcia Cardenas, M Kaonga, ...
Ambio 49, 350-360, 2020
Beyond climate-smart agriculture: toward safe operating spaces for global food systems
H Neufeldt, M Jahn, BM Campbell, JR Beddington, F DeClerck, ...
Agriculture & Food Security 2, 1-6, 2013
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture without compromising food security?
S Frank, P Havlík, JF Soussana, A Levesque, H Valin, E Wollenberg, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (10), 105004, 2017
The climate-smart village approach: framework of an integrative strategy for scaling up adaptation options in agriculture
PK Aggarwal, A Jarvis, BM Campbell, RB Zougmoré, A Khatri-Chhetri, ...
Urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts (SDG 13): transforming agriculture and food systems
BM Campbell, J Hansen, J Rioux, CM Stirling, S Twomlow
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 34, 13-20, 2018
Incomes from the forest: methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities
E Wollenberg, A Ingles
Cifor, 1998
Put more carbon in soils to meet Paris climate pledges
C Rumpel, F Amiraslani, LS Koutika, P Smith, D Whitehead, E Wollenberg
Nature 564 (7734), 32-34, 2018
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