Rajesh Daniel
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A multi-level perspective on conserving with communities: Experiences from upper tributary watersheds in montane mainland Southeast Asia
L Lebel, R Daniel, N Badenoch, P Garden, M Imamura
International Journal of the Commons 2 (1), 127-154, 2008
582008
A multi-level perspective on conserving with communities: Experiences from upper tributary watersheds in montane mainland Southeast Asia
L Lebel, R Daniel, N Badenoch, P Garden, M Imamura
International Journal of the Commons 2 (1), 127-154, 2008
582008
The governance of ecosystem services from tropical upland watersheds
L Lebel, R Daniel
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1 (1), 61-68, 2009
492009
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong Region.
L Lebel, J Dore, R Daniel, YS Koma
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong Region., 2007
472007
Politics of floods and disasters.
L Lebel, TS Bach
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong region, 37-54, 2007
382007
Irrigation and water policies: Trends and challenges
F Molle
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong region, 9-36, 2007
252007
Sustainable production consumption systems
L Lebel, S Lorek, R Daniel
Springer, 2014
242014
Sustainable production consumption systems
L Lebel, S Lorek, R Daniel
Springer, 2014
242014
Flood disaster risk management in Asia: an institutional and political perspective
L Lebel, E Nikitina, J Manuta
Science and Culture, 2006
232006
Agrofuels in Thailand: policies, practices and prospects
R Daniel, L Lebel, SH Gheewala
Sustainable Production Consumption Systems, 97-122, 2009
192009
Mathematical modeling in integrated management of water resources: magical tool, mathematical toy or something in between?
J Sarkkula, M Keskinen, J Koponen, M Kummu, J Nikula, O Varis, ...
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong region, 127-156, 2007
182007
Introduction: water governance in the Mekong Region.
M Imamura
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong region, 1-8, 2007
92007
Gender myths in water governance: a survey of program discourses.
B Resurreccion, K Manorom
Democratizing water governance in the Mekong region, 177-195, 2007
92007
Countering hegemony and institutional integration: Two approaches to using Tai Baan research for local knowledge advocacy
N Scurrah, R Daniel, L Lebel, K Manorom
Governing the Mekong: Engaging in the politics of knowledge, 27-48, 2013
82013
Water insecurities and climate change adaptation in Thailand
L Lebel, P Lebel, R Daniel
Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction: An Asian Perspective, 2010
82010
Thailand: Senate blocks draft community forest bill
R Daniel
World Rainforest Movement’s bulletin, 2002
82002
Climate risks, regional integration and sustainability in the Mekong region
RD Lebel, L., C.T. Hoanh, C. Krittasudthacheewa
SIRD, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2014
7*2014
Enhancing multi-scale Mekong water governance
L Lebel, RC Bastakoti, R Daniel
CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food, 2010
72010
Land policy, tenure and use: institutional interplay at the rural-forest interface in Thailand
R Daniel, L Lebel
Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, 2006
52006
'Lazy garden'innovation as a resilience-building strategy.
L Lebel, S Rattanawilailak, L Phimphakan, A Arfue, P Sriyasak, R Daniel
Bio-innovation and poverty alleviation: case studies from Asia, 96-119, 2014
32014
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