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Market Masquerades: uncovering the politics of community‐level payments for environmental services in Cambodia
S Milne, B Adams
Development and Change 43 (1), 133-158, 2012
2092012
Cambodia's unofficial regime of extraction: Illicit logging in the shadow of transnational governance and investment
S Milne
Critical Asian Studies 47 (2), 200-228, 2015
1332015
Under the leopard's skin: Land commodification and the dilemmas of Indigenous communal title in upland Cambodia
S Milne
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 54 (3), 323-339, 2013
1292013
Direct payments for biodiversity conservation in developing countries: practical insights for design and implementation
S Milne, E Niesten
Oryx 43 (4), 530-541, 2009
1202009
Learning From ‘Actually Existing’ REDD+: A Synthesis of Ethnographic Findings
S Milne, S Mahanty, P To, W Dressler, P Kanowski, M Thavat
Conservation and Society 17 (1), 84-95, 2019
702019
Anatomy of a boom: Cassava as a ‘gateway’ crop in Cambodia's north eastern borderland
S Mahanty, S Milne
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 57 (2), 180-193, 2016
702016
Grounding forest carbon: Property relations and avoided deforestation in Cambodia
S Milne
Human Ecology 40 (5), 693-706, 2012
602012
Conservation and development in Cambodia: Exploring frontiers of change in nature, state and society
S Milne, S Mahanty
Routledge, 2015
572015
Benefits and costs of deforestation by smallholders: Implications for forest conservation and climate policy
OJ Cacho, S Milne, R Gonzalez, L Tacconi
Ecological Economics 107, 321-332, 2014
562014
The social life of forest carbon: property and politics in the production of a new commodity
S Mahanty, S Milne, W Dressler, C Filer
Human Ecology 40 (5), 661-664, 2012
552012
Unravelling property relations around forest carbon
S Mahanty, W Dressler, S Milne, C Filer
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 34 (2), 188-205, 2013
462013
Value and bureaucratic violence in the green economy
S Milne, S Mahanty
Geoforum 98, 133-143, 2019
402019
Dirty money states: Illicit economies and the state in Southeast Asia
J Baker, S Milne
Critical Asian Studies 47 (2), 151-176, 2015
352015
A review of payments for environmental services (PES) experiences in Cambodia
S Milne, C Chervier
CIFOR, 2014
242014
Global ideas, local realities: The political ecology of payments for biodiversity conservation services in Cambodia
SA Milne
University of Cambridge, 2009
202009
The political ecology of Cambodia’s transformation
S Milne, S Mahanty
Conservation and development in Cambodia: Exploring frontiers of change in …, 2015
192015
After the grab? Land control and regime survival in Cambodia since 2012
N Loughlin, S Milne
Journal of Contemporary Asia 51 (3), 375-397, 2021
182021
The forest carbon commodity chain in Cambodia’s voluntary carbon market
S Mahanty, A Bradley, S Milne
Conservation and Development in Cambodia, 195-218, 2015
172015
How is global climate policy interpreted on the ground? Insights from the analysis of local discourses about forest management and REDD+ in Indonesia
S Milne, M Milne, F Nurfatriani, L Tacconi
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
132016
Forests and climate change working paper 7: forests and climate change in the Asia-Pacific Region
B Vickers, P Kant, R Lasco, A Bleaney, S Milne, R Suzuki, L Ramos, ...
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 2010
11*2010
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