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- Eklund, Johanna, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of cleaner production 2018 v.175 pp. 50-59
- bioenergy; biomass; business enterprises; emissions; energy; energy policy; forest certification; forests; heat; infrastructure; interviews; models; quality control; stakeholders; supply chain; traditions; transportation; wood; Japan
- ... Small-scale woody biomass energy systems have an inherent ability to aid in emissions reduction while stimulating local economies and, as collective energy systems, are strongly connected to supply chain design based on local conditions and stakeholder integration. Despite an abundance of forest area alongside the promotion of biomass in energy policies, however, woody biomass utilization still re ...
- Eklund, Johanna, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biological conservation 2016 v.203 pp. 290-297
- altitude; biodiversity; cities; conservation areas; deforestation; forest types; rain; rendering; rivers; roads; Madagascar
- ... Networks of protected areas (PAs) form the backbone for biodiversity conservation worldwide. The effectiveness of protected areas has been studied and it has been shown that confounding factors, such as remoteness and accessibility, correlated with both presence of protection and extractive behaviors, affect the outcomes. We investigated the effectiveness of Madagascar's PA network in decreasing d ...
- EKLUND, JOHANNA, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Conservation biology 2010 v.24 no.5 pp. 1198-1204
- biodiversity; economic costs; economic factors; market economy; markets; models; planning; resource allocation
- ... Recent literature on systematic conservation planning has focused strongly on economics. It is a necessary component of efficient conservation planning because the question is about effective resource allocation. Nevertheless, there is an increasing tendency toward economic factors overriding biological considerations. Focusing too narrowly on economic cost may lead us back toward solutions resemb ...