Francesca Booker
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Reframing the concept of alternative livelihoods
JH Wright, NAO Hill, D Roe, JM Rowcliffe, NF Kümpel, M Day, F Booker, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (1), 7-13, 2016
1022016
Are alternative livelihood projects effective at reducing local threats to specified elements of biodiversity and/or improving or maintaining the conservation status of those …
D Roe, F Booker, M Day, W Zhou, S Allebone-Webb, NAO Hill, N Kumpel, ...
Environmental Evidence 4 (1), 22, 2015
842015
Does the gender composition of forest and fishery management groups affect resource governance and conservation outcomes? A systematic map
C Leisher, G Temsah, F Booker, M Day, L Samberg, D Prosnitz, ...
Environmental Evidence 5 (1), 6, 2016
772016
Systematic review of the impact of employment guarantee schemes and cash transfers on the poor
J Hagen-Zanker, A McCord, R Holmes, F Booker, E Molinari
London: Overseas Development Institute, 2011
482011
Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers
PJ Mumby, J Flower, I Chollett, SJ Box, YM Bozec, C Fitzsimmons, ...
University of Exeter, 2014
302014
Wild Life, Wild Livelihoods: Involving communities on Sustainable Wildlife Management and Combating illegal Wildlife Trade
R Cooney, D Roe, H Dublin, F Booker
182018
Engaging local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade: A synthesis of approaches and lessons for best practice
D Roe, F Booker
Conservation Science and Practice 1 (5), e26, 2019
92019
And details for land‐use carbon footprints arise from quantitative and replicated studies
JB Kauffman, VB Arifanti, AF Bernardino, TO Ferreira, D Murdiyarso, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (1), 12-13, 2018
62018
Understanding and assessing equity in protected area conservation
P Franks, F Booker, D Roe
IIED Issue Paper, 2018
62018
The role of forests in a green economy transformation in Africa
M Grieg-Gran, S Bass, F Booker, M Day
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 2015
52015
First line of defence? A review of evidence on the effectiveness of engaging communities to tackle illegal wildlife trade
D Roe, F Booker, PN Poaching
42017
Shared governance of protected areas in Africa: case studies, lessons learnt and conditions of success
P Franks, F Booker
London: IIED, 2015
32015
First line of defence
F Booker, D Roe
A Review of Evidence on The Effectiveness of Engaging Communities to Tackle …, 2017
22017
A preliminary theory of change detailing how women’s participation can improve the management of local forests and fisheries
C Leisher, F Booker, B Agarwal, M Day, E Matthews, D Prosnitz, D Roe, ...
SocArXiv, 2017
12017
Governance, equity and the green list: developing a multi-stakeholder and participatory governance assessment methodology for protected areas
F Booker, P Franks
International Institute for Environment and Development, 2018
2018
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