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A brave new world: integrating human well-being in conservation
Guest Editorial
A brave new world: integrating well-being and conservation
Kelly Biedenweg and Nicole D. Gross-Camp
Tanzania’s community forests: their impact on human well-being and persistence in spite of the lack of benefit
Nicole Gross-Camp
Balancing carrots and sticks in REDD+: implications for social safeguards
Amy E. Duchelle, Claudio de Sassi, Pamela Jagger, Marina Cromberg, Anne M. Larson, William D. Sunderlin, Stibniati S. Atmadja, Ida Aju Pradnja Resosudarmo, and Christy Desta Pratama
The science and politics of human well-being: a case study in cocreating indicators for Puget Sound restoration
Kelly Biedenweg, Haley Harguth, and Kari Stiles
Environmental justice research shows the importance of social feedbacks in ecosystem service trade-offs
Neil M. Dawson, Kenneth Grogan, Adrian Martin, Ole Mertz, Maya Pasgaard, and Laura Vang Rasmussen
A new approach to conservation: using community empowerment for sustainable well-being
Alaka Wali, Diana Alvira, Paula S Tallman, Ashwin Ravikumar, and Miguel O Macedo
Protected areas and territorial exclusion of traditional communities: analyzing the social impacts of environmental compensation strategies in Brazil
Felisa C. Anaya and Mário M. Espírito-Santo
Well-being and conservation: diversity and change in visions of a good life among the Maasai of northern Tanzania
Emily Woodhouse and J. Terrence McCabe
To log or not to log: local perceptions of timber management and its implications for well-being within a sustainable-use protected area
Natalie A Cooper and Karen A Kainer
“Living a good life”: conceptualizations of well-being in a conservation context in Cambodia
Emilie Beauchamp, Emily Woodhouse, Tom Clements, and Eleanor Jane Milner-Gulland
Moving beyond the human–nature dichotomy through biocultural approaches: including ecological well-being in resilience indicators
Sophie Caillon, Georgina Cullman, Bas Verschuuren, and Eleanor J Sterling
Linking well-being with cultural revitalization for greater cognitive justice in conservation: lessons from Venezuela in Canaima National Park
Iokiñe Rodriguez
Biocultural approaches to developing well-being indicators in Solomon Islands
Joe McCarter, Eleanor J Sterling, Stacy D Jupiter, Georgina D Cullman, Simon Albert, Marlene Basi, Erin Betley, David Boseto, Evan S Bulehite, Ryan Harron, Piokera S Holland, Ned Horning, Alec Hughes, Nixon Jino, Cynthia Malone, Senoveva Mauli, Bernadette Pae, Remmy Papae, Ferish Rence, Oke Revo, Ezekiel Taqala, Miri Taqu, Hara Woltz, and Christopher E Filardi
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087