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Professor Maria Nijnik
Professor Maria Nijnik
Principal Social-Economic Scientist of The James Hutton Institute, UK
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Post-productivism and rural land use: cul de sac or challenge for theorization?
AS Mather, G Hill, M Nijnik
Journal of Rural Studies 22 (4), 441-455, 2006
3682006
Planning support systems best practice and new methods
S Geertman, J Stillwell
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
2512009
Carbon capture: sequestration and storage
RE Hester, RM Harrison
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010
164*2010
Perceptions of forest-dependent communities toward participation in forest conservation: A case study in Bago Yoma, South-Central Myanmar
KT Soe, Y Yeo-Chang
Forest Policy and Economics 100, 129-141, 2019
1002019
Public evaluation of landscape content and change: Several examples from Europe
M Nijnik, L Zahvoyska, A Nijnik, A Ode
Land use policy 26 (1), 77-86, 2009
982009
Social-ecological innovation in remote mountain areas: Adaptive responses of forest-dependent communities to the challenges of a changing world
M Melnykovych, M Nijnik, I Soloviy, A Nijnik, S Sarkki, Y Bihun
Science of the Total Environment 613, 894-906, 2018
942018
Analyzing public preferences concerning woodland development in rural landscapes in Scotland
M Nijnik, A Mather
Landscape and urban planning 86 (3-4), 267-275, 2008
882008
Classification of social innovations for marginalized rural areas
NBP Polman, B Slee, T Kluvánková, MWC Dijkshoorn-Dekker, M Nijnik, ...
SIMRA, 2017
822017
Economics of sustainable forest management
S Kant
Forest Policy and Economics 6 (3), 197, 2004
772004
Can social innovation make a difference to forest-dependent communities?
M Nijnik, L Secco, D Miller, M Melnykovych
Forest Policy and Economics 100, 207-213, 2019
742019
Climate change, forests and REDD: lessons for institutional design
J Gupta, N Van Der Grijp, O Kuik
Routledge, 2013
662013
Understanding social innovation for the well-being of forest-dependent communities: A preliminary theoretical framework
T Kluvánková, S Brnkaľáková, M Špaček, B Slee, M Nijnik, D Valero, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 97, 163-174, 2018
652018
Europe's living landscapes: essays exploring our identity in the countryside
B Pedroli, A van Doorn, G de Blust
BRILL, 2014
652014
Plantation forests in Europe: challenges and opportunities
PH Freer-Smith, B Muys, M Bozzano, L Drössler, N Farrelly, H Jactel, ...
European Forest Institute 9, 1-52, 2019
642019
Mapping European and forest related policies supporting social innovation for rural settings
A Ludvig, G Weiss, S Sarkki, M Nijnik, I Živojinović
Forest Policy and Economics 97, 146-152, 2018
642018
Whose narrative is it anyway? Narratives of social innovation in rural areas–A comparative analysis of community‐led initiatives in Scotland and Spain
N Vercher, C Barlagne, R Hewitt, M Nijnik, J Esparcia
Sociologia Ruralis 61 (1), 163-189, 2021
592021
Climate change adaptation planning in agriculture: processes, experiences and lessons learned from early adapters
L Bizikova, E Crawford, M Nijnik, R Swart
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 19, 411-430, 2014
592014
Forestry in the Ukraine: the road ahead?
M Nijnik, GC van Kooten
Forest Policy and Economics 1 (2), 139-151, 2000
592000
Climate change, air pollution and global challenges: understanding and perspectives from forest research
R Matyssek, N Clarke, P Cudlin, TN Mikkelsen, JP Tuovinen, G Wieser, ...
Developments in environmental science 13, 3-16, 2013
582013
Social innovation for sustainability transformation and its diverging development paths in marginalised rural areas
T Kluvankova, M Nijnik, M Spacek, S Sarkki, M Perlik, R Lukesch, ...
Sociología ruralis 61 (2), 344-371, 2021
572021
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