About 8 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - Nov 2015Owning the Amazon: Individual titles might not be the answer
Accepted notions about the power of formal, individual property rights may have been turned on their head.
News - Apr 2015That tricky gender thing: Lessons from Amazonia
Researchers need to ask better questions - and then listen better.
Photo Essay - Nov 2013Oil, Roads, Settlers and Timber: Changing landscapes and livelihoods in Ecuador’s Amazon
Forest products, especially timber, are still an important part of many people’s livelihoods in this region.
Nov 2013Right of return: Sharing research results with communities
Scientists often present their research at conferences, to other scientists, to policy-makers or the media. But in remote villages in the Ecuadorian Amazon,...
Feature - Oct 2013Postcards from the field: Building trust in Ecuador
Researchers live in homes, share meals and everyday life, while researching domestic timber markets.
Event Coverage - May 2012Sustainable development needs more than just green economy: Ecuador minister
"We should recognize both nature’s rights and limits as crucial elements for the development of any country."