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Setting the Stage for New Global Knowledge: Science, Economics, and Indigenous Knowledge in 'The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity' at the Fourth World Conservation Congress
(Conservation and Society, 2010)
Global environmental knowledge underwrites the authority of international institutions charged with managing climate change, biodiversity loss and other looming environmental problems. While numerous studies show how global ...
Seizing Center Stage: Ecosystem Service, Live, at the Convention on Biological Diversity!
(Human Geography, 2013)
Over the past decade, the concept of ecosystem services has become a central guiding framework for environmental conservation. Techniques of valuation, payments to protect ecosystem services, and efforts to put a price on ...
Chapter Two: Orchestrating Nature: Ethnographies of Nature Inc.
(Orchestrating Nature, 2014)
In this chapter we combine the theoretical lens of virtualism with the empirical object of a new multilateral project (TEEB) and the physical site and instance of the COP10 to explore how processes of performance, ...
TEEB Begins Now': A Virtual Moment in the Production of Natural Capital
(Development and Change, 2012)
This article uses theories of virtualism to analyse the role of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) project in the production of natural capital. Presented at the 10th Conference of the Parties to the ...