Torsten Krause
Torsten Krause
Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies
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Motivation crowding by economic incentives in conservation policy: A review of the empirical evidence
J Rode, E Gómez-Baggethun, T Krause
Ecological Economics 117, 270-282, 2015
Evaluating safeguards in a conservation incentive program: participation, consent, and benefit sharing in indigenous communities of the Ecuadorian Amazon
T Krause, W Collen, KA Nicholas
Ecology and Society 18 (4), 2013
Benefit distribution and equity in Ecuador's Socio Bosque Program
T Krause, L Loft
Society & Natural Resources 26 (10), 1170-1184, 2013
Nature unsettled: How knowledge and power shape ‘nature-based’approaches to societal challenges
S Woroniecki, H Wendo, E Brink, M Islar, T Krause, AM Vargas, ...
Global Environmental Change 65, 102132, 2020
Unearthing the myths of global sustainable forest governance
I Delabre, E Boyd, M Brockhaus, W Carton, T Krause, P Newell, GY Wong, ...
Global Sustainability 3, e16, 2020
The legitimacy of incentive-based conservation and a critical account of social safeguards
T Krause, TD Nielsen
Environmental Science & Policy 41, 44-51, 2014
Reducing deforestation in Colombia while building peace and pursuing business as usual extractivism?
T Krause
Journal of Political Ecology 27 (1), 401-418, 2020
Mapping Europe’s institutional landscape for forest ecosystem service provision, innovations and governance
E Primmer, L Varumo, T Krause, F Orsi, D Geneletti, S Brogaard, E Aukes, ...
Ecosystem Services 47, 101225, 2021
Exploring the impact of social norms and perceptions on women's participation in customary forest and land governance in the Democratic Republic of Congo—implications for REDD+
L Stiem, T Krause
International Forestry Review 18 (1), 110-122, 2016
Agroforestry as a biodiversity conservation tool in the atlantic forest? Motivations and limitations for small-scale farmers to implement agroforestry systems in north-eastern …
M Sagastuy, T Krause
Sustainability 11 (24), 6932, 2019
More than just trees–animal species diversity and participatory forest monitoring in the Ecuadorian Amazon
T Krause, H Zambonino
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2013
Not seeing the forest for the trees: the oversight of defaunation in REDD+ and global forest governance
T Krause, MR Nielsen
Forests 10 (4), 344, 2019
The use of sociocultural valuation in sustainable environmental management
A Ruiz-Frau, T Krause, N Marbà
Ecosystem services 29, 158-167, 2018
The framing of power in climate change adaptation research
S Woroniecki, R Krüger, AL Rau, MS Preuss, N Baumgartner, S Raggers, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (6), e617, 2019
Energizing agroforestry: Ilex guayusa as an additional commodity to diversify Amazonian agroforestry systems
T Krause, B Ness
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2017
Barriers to expanding continuous cover forestry in Sweden for delivering multiple ecosystem services
IM Hertog, S Brogaard, T Krause
Ecosystem services 53, 101392, 2022
In the blind-spot of governance–stakeholder perceptions on seagrasses to guide the management of an important ecosystem services provider
A Ruiz-Frau, T Krause, N Marbà
Science of the Total Environment 688, 1081-1091, 2019
“Georgetown ain’t got a tree. We got the trees”—Amerindian Power & Participation in Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy
S Airey, T Krause
Forests 8 (3), 51, 2017
Building local institutions for national conservation programs: lessons for developing Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) programs
W Collen, T Krause, L Mundaca, KA Nicholas
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
Governance and stakeholder perspectives of managed re-alignment: adapting to sea level rise in the Inner Forth estuary, Scotland
AH Liski, P Ambros, MJ Metzger, KA Nicholas, AMW Wilson, T Krause
Regional Environmental Change 19, 2231-2243, 2019
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