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  • Everyone's Solution? Defining and Redefining Protected Areas at the Convention on Biological Diversity 

    Catherine Corson; Rebecca Gruby; Rebecca Witter; Shannon Hagerman; Daniel Suarez; Shannon Greenberg; Maggie Bourque; Noella Gray; Lisa M. Campbell (Conservation and Society, 2014)
    For decades, conservationists have remained steadfastly committed to protected areas (PAs) as the best means to conserve biodiversity. Using Collaborative Event Ethnography of the 10th meeting of the Conference of the ...
  • Moments of influence in global environmental governance 

    Rebecca Witter; Kimberly R. Marion Suiseeya; Rebecca L. Gruby; Sarah Hitchner; Edward M. Maclin; Maggie Bourque and J. Peter Brosius; J. Peter Brosius (Environmental Politics, 2015)
    International environmental negotiations such as the 10th Conference of Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP10) are statedominated, and their outcomes are highly publicized. Less transparent is the ...
  • On the Coattails of Climate? Opportunities and Threats of a Warming Earth for Biodiversity Conservation 

    Shannon Hagerman; Rebecca Witter; Catherine Corson; Daniel Suarez; Edward M. Maclin; Maggie Bourque; Lisa Campbell (Global Environmental Change, 2012)
    The relationship between climate change and biodiversity was a central issue at the 10th Conference of the Parties (COP 10) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). In this paper we draw from participant observation ...