Mollie Chapman
Mollie Chapman
Post Doc, University of Zurich
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Opinion: Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment
KMA Chan, P Balvanera, K Benessaiah, M Chapman, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 113 (6), 1462-1465, 2016
Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability
KMA Chan, E Anderson, M Chapman, K Jespersen, P Olmsted
Ecological Economics 140, 110-122, 2017
Identifying culturally significant areas for marine spatial planning
K Gee, A Kannen, R Adlam, C Brooks, M Chapman, R Cormier, C Fischer, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 136, 139-147, 2017
When value conflicts are barriers: Can relational values help explain farmer participation in conservation incentive programs?
M Chapman, T Satterfield, KMA Chan
Land Use Policy 82, 464-475, 2019
A payment by any other name: Is Costa Rica’s PES a payment for services or a support for stewards?
M Chapman, T Satterfield, H Wittman, KMA Chan
World Development 129, 104900, 2020
5 Key Challenges and Solutions for Governing Complex Adaptive (Food) Systems
M Chapman, S Klassen, M Kreitzman, A Semmelink, K Sharp, G Singh, ...
Sustainability 9 (9), 1594, 2017
Applying conservation social science to study the human dimensions of Neotropical bird conservation
AA Dayer, EA Silva-Rodríguez, S Albert, M Chapman, B Zukowski, ...
The Condor 122 (3), duaa021, 2020
Understanding the context of multifaceted collaborations for social-ecological sustainability: a methodology for cross-case analysis
J Cockburn, M Schoon, G Cundill, C Robinson, JA Aburto, SM Alexander, ...
Ecology and Society 25, 2020
Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?
Mollie Chapman, Alicia LaValle, George Furey, Kai M.A. Chan
Sustainability Science, 1-14, 2017
Once upon a time in Volcán, Costa Rica: integrating values into watershed management and poverty alleviation
M Chapman
Review of Policy Research 22 (6), 859-880, 2005
Eco-xenophobia among rural populations: The Great-tailed Grackle as a contested species in Guanacaste, Costa Rica
D Dinat, A Echeverri, M Chapman, DS Karp, T Satterfield
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 24 (4), 332-348, 2019
Unpacking social-ecological transformations: Conceptual, ethical and methodological insights
SH Shah, L Rodina, JM Burt, EJ Gregr, M Chapman, S Williams, ...
The Anthropocene Review 5 (3), 250-265, 2018
Agri-'culture'and biodiversity: rethinking payments for ecosystem services in light of relational values
MA Chapman
University of British Columbia, 2017
How value conflicts infected the science of riparian restoration for endangered salmon habitat in America's Pacific Northwest: Lessons for the application of conservation …
M Chapman, T Satterfield, KMA Chan
Biological Conservation 244, 108508, 2020
The values of place: recreation and cultural ecosystem services in Puget Sound
K Chan, M Chapman, C Chen, N Enelow, T Hesselgrave, S Klain
eopugetsound. org. Vancouver, BC, 2015
Farmer-centered ecological intensification: Using innovation characteristics to identify barriers and opportunities for a transition of agroecosystems towards sustainability
M Kernecker, V Seufert, M Chapman
Agricultural Systems 191, 103142, 2021
The ABCs of Relational Values: Environmental Values That Include Aspects of Both Intrinsic and Instrumental Valuing
A Deplazes-Zemp, M Chapman
Environmental Values, 2021
Creating leadership collectives for sustainability transformations
O Care, MJ Bernstein, M Chapman, ID Reviriego, G Dressler, ...
Sustainability science 16 (2), 703-708, 2021
How might everyday experiences shape biodiversity understanding? A perspective to spark new research.
MA Parreno, S Petchey, M Chapman, F Altermatt, N Backhaus, AD Zemp, ...
SocArXiv, 2021
The value of listening and listening for values in conservation
S Staddon, A Byg, M Chapman, R Fish, A Hague, K Horgan
People and Nature, 2021
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