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Books

Maliasili’s staff have written, contributed to or edited the following books:

The Development of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Community-Based Conservation Strategy in East Africa.Sachedina, H., & Nelson, F. (2012). The Development of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Community-Based Conservation Strategy in East Africa. In J. Ingram, F. DeClerck, & C. Rumbaitis del Rio (Eds.), Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction. Download
Community Rights, Conservation and Contested Land: The Politics of Natural Resource Governance in Africa.Nelson, F. (Ed.). (2010). Community Rights, Conservation and Contested Land: The Politics of Natural Resource Governance in Africa. Washington DC: Earthscan. More details

Papers

We have written or co-authored the following papers in peer-reviewed journals:

Evidence of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a mechanism for supporting biodiversity conservation and rural livelihoods. Ingram, J.C., et al., (2013).  Evidence of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a mechanism for supporting biodiversity conservation and rural livelihoods.  Ecosystem Services.  More details
Trophy hunting and lion conservation: a question of governance?Nelson, F., Lindsey, P., & Balme, G. (July, 2013). Trophy hunting and lion conservation: a question of governance? Oryx: The International Journal of Conservation.  Doi: 10.1017/S003060531200035X.  More Details
Social safeguards and co-benefits in REDD+: a review of the adjacent possible. Chhatre, A., Lakhanpal, S., Larson, A., Nelson, F., Ojha, H., & Rao, J.(2012). Social safeguards and co-benefits in REDD+: a review of the adjacent possible. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 4(6), 654-660. Doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2011.03.031. More Details

 

Natural conservationists? Evaluating the impact of pastoralist land use practices on Tanzania’s wildlife economy.Nelson, Fred.  (2012).  Natural conservationists? Evaluating the impact of pastoralist land use practices on Tanzania’s wildlife economy. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice. 2:15. More details
Blessing or curse? The political economy of tourism development in Tanzania. Nelson, F. (2011). Blessing or curse? The political economy of tourism development in Tanzania. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20(3), 359–375. doi:10.1080/09669582.2011.630079 More details
Community Conservation in Namibia: Empowering the Poor with Property Rights. Boudreaux, K., & Nelson, F. (2011). Community Conservation in Namibia: Empowering the Poor with Property Rights. Economic Affairs, 31: 17–24. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0270.2011.02096.x More details
Conservation and Citizenship: Democratizing Natural Resource Governance in Africa.Nelson, F. (2010). Conservation and Citizenship: Democratizing Natural Resource Governance in Africa. Policy Matters, Exploring the Right to Diversity in Conservation Law, Policy, and Practice, 17, 233–241. Download
Parks2014H. D. Jonas, V. Barbuto, H. C. Jonas, A. Kothari & F. Nelson (2014). New Steps Of Change: Looking Beyond Protected Areas To Consider Other Effective Area-Based Conservation Measures. Parks 2014. Vol 20.2 Download

Briefings, Papers & Reports

We have contributed to the following briefings, papers and reports:

Land Grabbing: is conservation part of the problem or the solution?Blomley, T., Roe, D., Nelson, F., Flintan, F. (2013). Land Grabbing: is conservation part of the problem or the solution?  IIED Briefing Papers.  Code, 17166IIED. Download
USAID Report Maliasili Initiatives & Tetra Tech ARD. (2013). Tanzania Wildlife Management Areas Evaluation: Final Evaluation Report. Published by United States Agency for International DevelopmentDownload 
Land Grabbing and Political Transformation in Tanzania.Nelson, F., Sulle, E., & Lekaita, E. (2012, Oct.). Land Grabbing and Political Transformation in Tanzania. Paper presented at the International Conference on Global Land Grabbing II, Ithaca, NY. More details

Popular Articles

Maliasili’s staff have written or co-authored the following articles in newspapers and magazines:

Hadza coverNelson, F. (2014). Laws and Carbon Offsets Give New Start to Lost Tanzanian Tribe. SwaraJuly – Sept, 34–39. Download
 Africa’s Natural Assets: The Struggle for Sustainability.Nelson, F. (2013). Africa’s Natural Assets: The Struggle for Sustainability.  UN’s Global Compact International Yearbook 2013. 52-55. Download
 Conservation in Tanzania: A treasure trove needing sound management.Williams, A. (2012). Conservation in Tanzania: A treasure trove needing sound management. Swara, January-April, 20–25. Download
Conservation can work – Southern Africa shows its neighbours how.Nelson, F. (2009). Conservation can work – Southern Africa shows its neighbours how. Swara, (2), 36–37. Download
A laypersons guide to the Serengeti controversey.Williams, A., & Fredrick, H. (2011). A laypersons guide to the Serengeti controversey. Swara, XVII. Download

 

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