Integrating biodiversity conservation into forestry: an empirical analysis of institutional adaptation Created by David Barton on 10/8/2010 12:52:30 PM
Eeva Primmer from SYKE defends her doctoral thesis at the University of Helsinki, on October, 9. Her topic is 'Integrating biodiversity conservation into forestry: an empirical analysis of institutional adaptation'
Downloadable from: http://www.metla.fi/dissertationes/df109.htm, where you can find links to these relevant papers by Eeva:
* Wolf, S.A. and Primmer, E. 2006. Between incentives and action: A Pilot Study of Biodiversity Conservation Competences for Multifunctional Forest Management in Finland. Society and Natural Resources. 19(9): 845-861.
* Primmer, E., and S. A. Wolf. 2009. Empirical accounting of adaptation to environmental change: organizational competences and biodiversity conservation in Finnish forest management. Ecology and Society 14(2: 27.
* Primmer, E., Karppinen, H. 2010. Professional judgment in non-industrial private forestry: Forester attitudes and social norms influencing biodiversity conservation, Forest Policy and Economics, 12:2, 136-146.
* Primmer, E. 2010. Policy, project and operational networks: channels and conduits for learning in forest biodiversity conservation. Forest Policy and Economics