Publications

Publications

ATREE students and researchers produce a range of outputs including peer-reviewed journal articles, discussion papers, books and popular articles.

Book Chapters

Epilogue, In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 402-414. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Introduction: Forest Governance beyond Joint Forest Management, Godavarman, and Tigers, In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 1-22. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
The Commons and Rural Livelihoods: Shifting dependencies and supra-local pressures., In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 376-401. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Invasive species in Indian protected areas: Conserving biodiversity in cultural landscapes, Contributed chapter. Pp. 241-288. In: L. Foxcroft, D.M. Richardson, P. Pysek, and P. Genovesi (eds.). Alien Plant Invasions in Protected Areas. A Global Assessment. Springer.
Distinct Livelihood Patterns Among Communities: The Case of Kanakapura, Karnataka. In Purushothaman, S., R. Abraham (Eds.). , Livelihood strategies in southern India: conservation and poverty reduction in forest fringes. Pages 33-48. Springer, India.
'Contextualizing Rural-Urban Water Conflicts: Biophysical and Socio-Institutional Issues of Domestic Water Scarcity', in V. Narain, C. Gurung Goodrich, J. Chourey, and A. Prakash (Eds.), Water in a Globalizing World: State, Markets and Civil Society in South Asia. Routledge Publishers, New Delhi.
Livelihood Strategies in Southern India; Conservation and Poverty Reduction in Forest Fringes, in Seema Purushothaman, Rosa Abraham(Eds),Village Commons, Livelihoods and Governance: An Assessment of Karnataka’s Experience, Springer New Delhi, Pp.135-156.
'Understanding Emerging Independent Regulatory Frameworks: Lessons for Reforming Karnataka’s Water Governance', in V. Narain, C. Gurung Goodrich, J. Chourey, and A. Prakash (Eds.), Water in a Globalizing World: State, Markets and Civil Society in South Asia, Routledge Publishers, New Delhi.
Environmentalisms, justices, and the limits of Ecosystems Services Frameworks, in T. Sikor (Ed.), The Justices and Injustices of Ecosystems Services, Earthscan/Routledge, Oxon, U.K., pp.119-139

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