Rachel Carmenta
Rachel Carmenta
University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute (UCCRI)
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The critical importance of considering fire in REDD+ programs
J Barlow, L Parry, TA Gardner, J Ferreira, LEOC Aragão, R Carmenta, ...
Biological Conservation 154, 1-8, 2012
REDD+ policy networks: exploring actors and power structures in an emerging policy domain
M Brockhaus, M Di Gregorio, R Carmenta
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
Denial of long‐term issues with agriculture on tropical peatlands will have devastating consequences
LS Wijedasa, J Jauhiainen, M Könönen, M Lampela, H Vasander, ...
Global change biology 23 (3), 977-982, 2017
Shifting cultivation and fire policy: insights from the Brazilian Amazon
R Carmenta, S Vermeylen, L Parry, J Barlow
Human ecology 41 (4), 603-614, 2013
Overlapping Land Claims Limit the Use of Satellites to Monitor No‐Deforestation Commitments and No‐Burning Compliance
DLA Gaveau, R Pirard, MA Salim, P Tonoto, H Yaen, SA Parks, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (2), 257-264, 2017
Understanding human-fire interactions in tropical forest regions: a case for interdisciplinary research across the natural and social sciences
R Carmenta, L Parry, A Blackburn, S Vermeylen, J Barlow
Ecology and society 16 (1), 2011
Predicting the effect of climate change on aggregation behaviour in four species of terrestrial isopods
M Derhé, A Moss, D Edwards, R Carmenta, M Hassall
Behaviour 147 (2), 151-164, 2010
Perceptions across scales of governance and the Indonesian peatland fires
R Carmenta, A Zabala, W Daeli, J Phelps
Global Environmental Change 46, 50-59, 2017
The REDD+ policy arena in Vietnam: participation of policy actors
TT Pham, M Di Gregorio, R Carmenta, M Brockhaus, DN Le
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
Clarifying Amazonia's burning crisis
J Barlow, E Berenguer, R Carmenta, F França
Global Change Biology 26 (2), 319-321, 2020
Advocacy coalitions, REDD+, and forest governance in Papua New Guinea: how likely is transformational change?
A Babon, D McIntyre, GY Gowae, C Gallemore, R Carmenta, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
The context of REDD+ in Tanzania: Drivers, agents and institutions
D Kweka, R Carmenta, M Hyle, I Mustalahti, T Dokken, M Brockhaus
CIFOR, 2015
From conflict of use to multiple use: forest management innovations by small holders in Amazonian logging frontiers
P Shanley, M da Serra Silva, T Melo, R Carmenta, R Nasi
Forest Ecology and Management 268, 70-80, 2012
Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable
L Kehoe, T Reis, M Virah-Sawmy, A Balmford, T Kuemmerle, A Knohl, ...
Science 364 (6438), 2019
Results-based payments for REDD+: Lessons on finance, performance, and non-carbon benefits
G Wong, A Angelsen, M Brockhaus, R Carmenta, A Duchelle, S Leonard, ...
CIFOR, 2016
Forbidden fire: Does criminalising fire hinder conservation efforts in swidden landscapes of the Brazilian Amazon?
R Carmenta, E Coudel, AM Steward
The Geographical Journal 185 (1), 23-37, 2019
Managing peatlands in Indonesia: challenges and opportunities for local and global communities.
K Hergoualc'h, R Carmenta, S Atmadja, C Martius, D Murdiyarso, ...
CIFOR Infobrief, 2018
Does the establishment of sustainable use reserves affect fire management in the humid tropics?
R Carmenta, GA Blackburn, G Davies, C de Sassi, A Lima, L Parry, ...
Plos one 11 (2), e0149292, 2016
Putting the pieces together: integration for forest landscape restoration implementation
S Mansourian, J Parrotta, P Balaji, I Bellwood‐Howard, S Bhasme, ...
Land Degradation & Development 31 (4), 419-429, 2020
Engaging multiple stakeholders to reconcile climate, conservation and development objectives in tropical landscapes
J Reed, J Barlow, R Carmenta, J van Vianen, T Sunderland
Biological Conservation 238, 108229, 2019
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