Januarti Tjajadi
Januarti Tjajadi
CIFOR
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Approaches to benefit sharing: A preliminary comparative analysis of 13 REDD+ countries
PT Thuy, M Brockhaus, G Wong, JS Tjajadi, L Loft, C Luttrell, SA Mvondo
CIFOR, 2013
1032013
The data not collected on community forestry
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop, P Cronkleton, E Etue, P Newton, AJM Russel, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1357-1362, 2016
532016
Whose equity matters? National to local equity perceptions in Vietnam's payments for forest ecosystem services scheme
L Loft, DN Le, TT Pham, AL Yang, JS Tjajadi, GY Wong
Ecological Economics 135, 164-175, 2017
482017
The harvest of wildlife for bushmeat and traditional medicine in East, South and Southeast Asia: Current knowledge base, challenges, opportunities and areas for future research
TM Lee, A Sigouin, M Pinedo-Vasquez, R Nasi
CIFOR, 2014
422014
Risks to REDD+: potential pitfalls for policy design and implementation
L Loft, TT Pham, GY Wong, M Brockhaus, DN Le, JS Tjajadi, C Luttrell
Environmental Conservation 44 (1), 44-55, 2017
302017
Lessons from the perceptions of equity and risks in payments for forest environmental services (PFES) fund distribution: a case study of Dien Bien and Son La provinces in Vietnam
AL Yang, TT Pham, H Dieu, G Wong, ND Le, JS Tjajadi, L Loft
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), 2015
12*2015
Being equitable is not always fair: An assessment of PFES implementation in Dien Bien
DN Le, L Loft, JS Tjajadi, TT Pham, GY Wong
Vietnam, 2016
82016
Comparative assessment of forest revenue redistribution mechanisms in Cameroon: Lessons for REDD+ benefit sharing
S Assembe-Mvondo, G Wong, L Loft, JS Tjajadi
CIFOR, 2015
82015
Lessons from environmental and social sustainability certification standards for equitable REDD+ benefit-sharing mechanisms
JS Tjajadi, AL Yang, D Naito, SD Arwida
CIFOR, 2015
52015
What are the biophysical, institutional, and socioeconomic contextual factors associated with improvements in livelihood and environmental outcomes in forests managed by …
P Newton, J Oldekop, A Agrawal, P Cronkleton, E Etue, AJM Russell, ...
CIFOR, 2015
52015
Being equitable is not always fair: An assessment of PFES implementation in Dien Bien, Vietnam
L Loft, JS Tjajadi, PT Thuy, GY Wong
CIFOR, 2016
42016
Being equitable is not always fair: an assessment of PFES implementation in Dien Bien, Vietnam.
D Le Ngoc, L Loft, JS Tjajadi, TT Pham, GY Wong
CIFOR Working Paper, 2016
2016
Các phuong án tiep can chia se loi ích: Ket qua so sánh so bo tai 13 nuoc dang thuc hien REDD+
TT Pham, M Brockhaus, G Wong, ND Le, JS Tjajadi, L Loft, C Luttrell, ...
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), 2014
2014
and socioeconomic contextual factors associated with improvements in livelihood and environmental outcomes in forests managed by communities?
P Newton, J Oldekop, A Agrawal, E Etue, AJM Russell, JS Tjajadi
5 Status of PFES implementation
D Under, PPC Under, P Average
China and the New Resource Landscape
US US
East Asia 1 (1,600), 1,800, 0
Being equitable is not always fair
L Loft, JS Tjajadi, PT Thuy, GY Wong
Approaches to benefit sharing
PT Thuy, M Brockhaus, G Wong, JS Tjajadi, L Loft, C Luttrell
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