Maliasili’s staff have written, contributed to or edited the following books:
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
Nelson, F. (Ed.). (2010). Community Rights, Conservation and Contested Land: The Politics of Natural Resource Governance in Africa
. Washington DC: Earthscan. More details
We have written or co-authored the following papers in peer-reviewed journals:
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
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
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
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
Nelson, F. (2011).
Blessing or curse? The political economy of tourism development in Tanzania. Journal of Sustainable Tourism
(3), 359–375. doi:10.1080/09669582.2011.630079 More details
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
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
H. 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:
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
Maliasili Initiatives & Tetra Tech ARD.
(2013). Tanzania Wildlife Management Areas Evaluation: Final Evaluation Report.
Published by United States Agency for International Development. Download
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
Maliasili’s staff have written or co-authored the following articles in newspapers and magazines:
Nelson, F. (2014).
Laws and Carbon Offsets Give New Start to Lost Tanzanian Tribe. Swara
, July – Sept
, 34–39. Download
(2013). Africa’s Natural Assets: The Struggle for Sustainability. UN’s Global Compact International Yearbook 2013
. 52-55. Download
Williams, A. (2012).
Conservation in Tanzania: A treasure trove needing sound management. Swara
, 20–25. Download
Nelson, F. (2009).
Conservation can work – Southern Africa shows its neighbours how. Swara
, (2), 36–37. Download
Williams, A., & Fredrick, H. (2011).
A laypersons guide to the Serengeti controversey. Swara