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Table of Contents: Volume 24, Issue 1

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Evolution of community forestry in Cameroon: an innovation ecosystems perspective
Peter A. Minang, Lalisa A. Duguma, Florence Bernard, Divine Foundjem-Tita, and Zacharie Tchoundjeu
Beyond proximate and distal causes of land-use change: linking Individual motivations to deforestation in rural contexts
Ximena Rueda, Maria Alejandra Velez, Lina Moros, and Luz Angela Rodriguez
Smallholder farmers’ social networks and resource-conserving agriculture in Ghana: a multicase comparison using exponential random graph models
Hanson Nyantakyi-Frimpong, Petr Matouš, and Marney E Isaac
Are community forests a viable model for the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Guillaume Lescuyer, Tito Muhindo Kakundika, Ignace Muganguzi Lubala, Isaac Shabani Ekyamba, Raphaël Tsanga, and Paolo Omar Cerutti
The changing chagras: traditional ecological knowledge transformations in the Colombian Amazon
Valentina Fonseca-Cepeda, C. Julián Idrobo, and Sebastián Restrepo
Seeing the forest for the trees: identifying discursive convergence and dominance in complex REDD+ governance
Fariborz Zelli, Tobias D. Nielsen, and Wilhelm Dubber
Early assessments of marine governance transformations: insights and recommendations for implementing new fisheries management regimes
Stefan Gelcich, Francisca Reyes-Mendy, and Monica A Rios
Resilience and adaptability of traditional healthcare systems: a case study of communities in two regions of Brazil
Sofia Zank, Luciana Gomes de Araujo, and Natalia Hanazaki
Community forestry and REDD+ in Cameroon: what future?
Florence Bernard and Peter A Minang
Social license through citizen science: a tool for marine conservation
Rachel Kelly, Aysha Fleming, Gretta T Pecl, Anett Richter, and Aletta Bonn
Toward understanding the dynamics of land change in Latin America: potential utility of a resilience approach for building archetypes of land-systems change
Juan C. Rocha, Matilda M. Baraibar, Lisa Deutsch, Ariane de Bremond, Jordan S. Oestreicher, Florencia Rositano, and Cecilia C. Gelabert
Sustainability through institutional failure and decline? Archetypes of productive pathways
Jens Newig, Pim Derwort, and Nicolas W Jager
Shaping conditions for entrepreneurship in climate change adaptation: a case study of an emerging governance arrangement in the Netherlands
Debora de Block, Peter H. Feindt, and Erik van Slobbe
Traditional and local knowledge in land use planning: insights into the use of the Akwé: Kon Guidelines in Eanodat, Finnish Sápmi
Inkeri Markkula, Minna T. Turunen, and Sini Kantola
Patterns of riparian policy standards in riverscapes of the Oregon Coast Range
Brett A. Boisjolie, Rebecca L. Flitcroft, and Mary V. Santelmann
Beyond PES and REDD+: Costa Rica on the way to climate-smart landscape management?
Linda Wallbott, Giuseppina Siciliano, and Markus Lederer
Armed conflict and fisheries in the Lake Victoria basin
Sarah M. Glaser, Cullen S. Hendrix, Brittany Franck, Karin Wedig, and Les Kaufman
Exploring the motivations for garden bird feeding in south-east England
David N. Clark, Darryl N. Jones, and S. James Reynolds
Adapting wildland fire governance to climate change in Alaska
Tait K. Rutherford and Courtney A. Schultz
What makes collaborative water governance partnerships resilient to policy change? A comparative study of two cases in Ecuador
Paúl Cisneros
Connecting policy change, experimentation, and entrepreneurs: advancing conceptual and empirical insights
Belinda K McFadgen
The potential of models and modeling for social-ecological systems research: the reference frame ModSES
Maja Schlüter, Birgit Müller, and Karin Frank
Exploring the social-ecological systems discourse 20 years later
Johan Colding and Stephan Barthel
Review of factors influencing social learning within participatory environmental governance
Anna Ernst
Environmental and institutional degradation in the globalized economy: lessons from small-scale fisheries in the Gulf of California
Timothy H. Frawley, Elena M. Finkbeiner, and Larry B. Crowder
Addressing equity in community forestry: lessons from 20 years of implementation in Cameroon
Urcil Papito Kenfack Essougong, Divine Foundjem-Tita, and Peter A. Minang
Creating space, aligning motivations, and building trust: a practical framework for stakeholder engagement based on experience in 12 ecosystem services case studies
Heather A. Schoonover, Adrienne Gręt-Regamey, Marc J. Metzger, Ana Ruiz-Frau, Margarida Santos-Reis, Samantha S. K. Scholte, Ariane Walz, and Kimberly A. Nicholas
Transforming the social-ecological systems framework into a knowledge exchange and deliberation tool for comanagement
Stefan Partelow, Marie Fujitani, Vigneshwaran Soundararajan, and Achim Schlüter
Policy tools to address scale mismatches: insights from U.S. forest governance
Courtney A. Schultz, Thomas J. Timberlake, Zachary Wurtzebach, Kathleen B. McIntyre, Cassandra Moseley, and Heidi R. Huber-Stearns
The unique role of municipalities in integrated watershed governance arrangements: a new research frontier
María Mancilla García, Jacob Hileman, Örjan Bodin, Annika Nilsson, and Pedro Roberto Jacobi
Dancing on the volcano: social exploration in times of discontent
Stephen R. Carpenter, Carl Folke, Marten Scheffer, and Frances R Westley
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