Karina Benessaiah
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Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment
KMA Chan, P Balvanera, K Benessaiah, M Chapman, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 113 (6), 1462-1465, 2016
Untangling the environmentalist's paradox: why is human well-being increasing as ecosystem services degrade?
C Raudsepp-Hearne, GD Peterson, M Tengö, EM Bennett, T Holland, ...
BioScience 60 (8), 576-589, 2010
Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human–environment relationships
CM Raymond, GG Singh, K Benessaiah, JR Bernhardt, J Levine, ...
BioScience 63 (7), 536-546, 2013
Defining tipping points for social-ecological systems scholarship–an interdisciplinary literature review
M Milkoreit, J Hodbod, J Baggio, K Benessaiah, RC Contreras, JF Donges, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13, 2018
Avoiding deforestation in Panamanian protected areas: an analysis of protection effectiveness and implications for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation
JS Oestreicher, K Benessaiah, MC Ruiz-Jaen, S Sloan, K Turner, ...
Global Environmental Change 19 (2), 279-291, 2009
A spatio-temporal analysis of forest loss related to cocaine trafficking in Central America
SE Sesnie, B Tellman, D Wrathall, K McSweeney, E Nielsen, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (5), 054015, 2017
Livelihoods and landscapes at the threshold of change: disaster and resilience in a Chiapas coffee community
H Eakin, K Benessaiah, JF Barrera, GM Cruz-Bello, H Morales
Regional Environmental Change, 1-14, 2011
Carbon and livelihoods in Post-Kyoto: Assessing voluntary carbon markets
K Benessaiah
Ecological Economics 77, 1-6, 2012
Use your power for good: plural valuation of nature–the Oaxaca statement
S Jacobs, N Zafra-Calvo, D Gonzalez-Jimenez, L Guibrunet, ...
Global Sustainability 3, e8, 2020
Essential tensions in interdisciplinary scholarship: navigating challenges in affect, epistemologies, and structure in environment–society research centers
VK Turner, K Benessaiah, S Warren, D Iwaniec
Higher Education, 1-17, 2015
Illicit drivers of land use change: Narcotrafficking and forest loss in Central America
B Tellman, SE Sesnie, NR Magliocca, EA Nielsen, JA Devine, ...
Global Environmental Change 63, 102092, 2020
The impacts of cocaine-trafficking on conservation governance in Central America
DJ Wrathall, J Devine, B Aguilar-González, K Benessaiah, E Tellman, ...
Global Environmental Change 63, 102098, 2020
How is shrimp aquaculture transforming coastal livelihoods and lagoons in Estero Real, Nicaragua?: The need to integrate social–ecological research and ecosystem-based approaches
K Benessaiah, R Sengupta
Environmental Management 54 (2), 162-179, 2014
Narco-degradation: Cocaine trafficking’s environmental impacts in Central America’s protected areas
JA Devine, D Wrathall, B Aguilar-González, K Benessaiah, B Tellman, ...
World Development 144, 105474, 2021
Tourism and transitions toward sustainability: Developing tourists’ pro-sustainability agency
A Force, D Manuel-Navarrete, K Benessaiah
Sustainability Science 13, 431-445, 2018
Crisis, transformation, and agency: Why are people going back-to-the-land in Greece?
K Benessaiah, H Eakin
Sustainability Science 16, 1841-1858, 2021
Aa-wiichaautuwiihkw: Creating a Culturally Appropriate Watershed and Adjacent Marine Coastal Protected Area in Paakumshumwaau (Old Factory), Wemindji, James Bay, Quebec
K Benessaiah, A Bennett, S Boyce, E Crawford, V Demers, M Forrest, ...
Montreal: McGill University, 2003
Reconnecting to nature amidst crisis: harnessing capacities and mobilities for livelihood and land transformations in the Greek back-to-the-land trend
K Benessaiah
Journal of Rural Studies 84, 76-89, 2021
Drug trafficking's effects on coastal ecosystems
K Benessaiah, J Sayles
Science 343 (6178), 1431-1431, 2014
Social-ecologies of crisis: Assessing the back-to-land movement in Greece
K Benessaiah
Arizona State University, 2018
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